Did you know? Sometimes we feel like topping up your account so you can go into action straight away, so keep an eye on our website for promotions. Click here to check all live and upcoming matches. In fact, aside from a brief spell with EnVy, Scump has been on OpTic since , making this possibly the end of one of the greatest dynasties esports has ever seen. For many people, OpTic are THE esports brand, and the arrival in recent times of companies such as Thieves only really provided competition for a firm that pretty much ruled the content world.
Join the wiki's discord server here! He is a World Champion. He would finish in the Top 6. Scump and company would go on to be the most dominant team in the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 season. OpTic would take their only 1st place finish at UMG Chicago , but would never finish outside of the top
Scump officially announces OpTic Gaming exit with heartfelt statement
To no one's surprise, the roster includes former OpTic captain Seth "Scump" Abner, who closed the video with a parody of former teammate Ian "Crimsix" Porter's reveal last week that he has joined the Dallas franchise. Damon "Karma" Barlow, the fourth member of the legendary OpTic team, was announced as part of Seattle's star-studded roster on Monday. Immortals Gaming Club's decision to move forward with the original OpTic logo drew the ire of many COD players and fans on social media. It's my favorite moment. I cannot change anything, would not change anything
Call of Duty legend Seth 'Scump' Abner has officially announced his exit from OpTic Gaming after almost a decade of service to the organization. CODisLife pic. He concluded the statement with the hashtag 'CODisLife', making doubly clear that he will continue to compete, but now under a new team. His exit follows that of longtime teammates Ian 'Crimsix' Porter and Damon 'Karma' Barlow, who announced free agency shortly after the conclusion of the Black Ops 4 season. For many, Scump's departure will be the final item of closure, as he largely took on the mantle as the face of the brand following Matthew 'Nadeshot' Haag's retirement from competing in