- Call of Duty professional Scump has managed to get first place at the recent Solo YOLO event
- To do this, he had to be the last man standing against 149 other professionals
- The event ended with a spectacular duel between Scump and his adversary Aydan
Scump has managed to rise above his competitors, winning the World Series of Warzone Solo YOLO event and claiming the $100,000 prize for the first place.
Scump Has Prevailed Once Again
Seth Abner, better known by his alias Scump, is a professional Call of Duty player playing under the banner of the Call of Duty League team OpTic Texas. Scump is renowned for his skill and is considered to be one of the most famous CDL players. He led OpTic to the title of world champions back in 2017, long before the merger with Envy Gaming.
With such a portfolio behind his back, it is hardly surprising that Scump became the champion of the recent World Series of Warzone Solo YOLO event.
The tournament featured a heated battle between 150 seasoned players where everyone plays for themselves. With no team to back you up, danger awaits at every corner. Despite how hard such games tend to be, Scump demonstrated formidable skill, slowly creeping his way to the top spot.
Throughout the Solo YOLO game, Scump managed to score a total of 11 kills – more than any other player in the match. His last enemy remaining was Aydan “Aydan” Conrad – a fellow renowned Call of Duty player. Scump managed to win the climactic duel and claim first place in the event.
The Victory Got the Call of Duty Pro Celebrating
Achieving the victory was by no means an easy task. Other than Aydan, the list of opponents included a lineup of other formidable esports players and content creators. With such intense competition, Scump and Aydan ended up being the only ones capping 10 kills.
As Scump eliminated his last competitor, he immediately burst into an intense display of celebration, jumping from his chair and starting to scream in excitement. The moment was captured on camera and later shared on OpTic Gaming’s official Twitter page.
The victory was indeed a cause for celebration as it not only improves Scump’s renown but has also yielded him the $100,000 prize, reserved for the champion.