OpTic Gaming Makes Executive Leadership Changes

The founder of OpTic Gaming is stepping back into the CEO role at the entertainment, media, and esports company.

Hector Rodriguez founded OpTic in 2006, which has become one of the most winning esports organizations in the world. Adam Rymer, who joined its then-named parent company Envy Gaming in the summer of 2020, is stepping down as CEO. He’ll shift to a strategic advisor role, the company announced today.

“Adam has been instrumental in accelerating our business and setting strategic priorities for the future and a driving force in helping our organization more than double revenue over the last 12 months,” said Geoff Moore, president and COO at OpTic in a statement. “We’re continuing to push the industry forward and bring ways to excite and engage with fans to life through content, events, and new platforms. I’m grateful to have Adam staying on as a strategic advisor to the company on several initiatives as he also takes time to focus on projects outside of our business.”

Rodriquez will drive OpTic’s “long-term vision for innovation, content, media, and fan engagement,” according to the organization.

OpTic, which has has produced award-winning docuseries and operates Esports Stadium Arlington, features a talent pool of content creators, competitive gamers, and esports teams. Its ownership group includes Rodriguez and fellow esports pioneer Mike Rufail, along with Gray Television.

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