Professional Call of Duty player Seth 'Scump' Abner has had a legendary competitive career so far. As a talisman of OpTic Gaming for several years, Scump has never strayed far from the pinnacle of Call of Duty esports even when his team isn't winning on a regular basis.
Following the Green Wall's victory at the OpTic Texas Major, the veteran's first Vanguard win marks a significant milestone only he has reached across a career that's spanned over a decade. Scump is the first player to win tournaments on ten different Call of Duty titles ranging from 2011's Modern Warfare 3 up to Vanguard.
OpTic Scump Wins On 10 Different CoD Titles
Widely described as the "King" of competitive CoD, this latest milestone makes it very hard to argue against his title. The conversation of who is the greatest professional player of all time often features the likes of Ian 'Crimsix' Porter and Damon 'Karma' Barlow, with Scump often on the outskirts of the debate.
Scump is now in his 12th year of competing, making him a veteran of the competitive scene. Despite calls for him to retire, the King shows no signs of slowing down following his most recent victory. One Reddit user described winning on "10 different CODs is f***ing nuts."
Is Scump The Best COD Player?
In the minds of many fans and players, Scump is easily one of the very best players to ever pick up a controller. If he can add more championship wins to his tally over the course of the Vanguard season, it's hard to dispute that he is the very best pro player in the history of COD esports.