07 Sep 2021 2:01 PM +00:00

Aydan Takes On OpTic Scump In Warzone Competition

Seth' OpTic Scump' Abner acknowledged Aydan 'Aydan' Conrad as one of the best Warzone players in the world. Aydan challenged OpTic Scump to a competition to determine the best overall player. It was a fair competition. Who could kill the most players faster in each match?

Aydan was joined by Thomas "ZooMaa" Paparatto, a content creator for the New York Subliners, the same team Aydan is now on. OpTic Scump is an excellent Call of Duty player and goes into the challenge with confidence. In the video below, you can see how they battled it out.

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It was a Warzone kill race challenge where all of the players were on the same line. Warzone is so easy for these guys that they can effortlessly rack up kills against other players and make it a game. I'm reminded of the scene in Lord of the Rings where Gimli and Legolas did something similar.

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Gimli tells Legolas "That still only counts as one!" after Legolas takes down an Oliphant.
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This is what pros think of us when they face us

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If you don't want to know the results, watch the video.

In this competition, OpTic Scump defeated Aydan by one point before being killed. Many players were getting wiped out in the lobby, so I wouldn't have wanted to be there. You must have felt like a henchman against the main characters before fighting the villain in an anime. You are just cannon fodder.

It's still cool to see the pros display their incredible skill. OpTic Scump may have won this Warzone competition, but it was just an exhibition match; the real competition is in the tournaments. We're about to enter the off-season, so we'll see what the future brings.