Seth Abner, known on social media as Scump, is an American professional gamer best known for his success in Call of Duty. He is a two-time Major League Gaming (MLG) X Games gold medalist. He also took home gold at the first-ever Call of Duty World Championship. The professional gamer first made his debut in 2012 playing Call of Duty: Black Ops II for OpTic and played with the team for many years before joining NRG eSports.
Seth Abner, known on social media as Scump, was born on June 30, 1995 in Pennsylvania, the United States to mother Kristen and father Shawn, a retired professional baseball player. Not much is known about his early life and upbringing.
As of September 2021, Seth has more than 2.2 million followers on Twitter, 2.6 million subscribers on YouTube, 516,000 followers on Instagram, and 1.2 million followers on Twitch.
Scump is perhaps best known for playing Call of Duty. He is a two-time Major League Gaming (MLG) X Games gold medalist. He also took home gold at the first-ever Call of Duty World Championship.
The professional gamer first made his debut in 2012 playing Call of Duty: Black Ops II for OpTic. The team finished in first place at UMG Chicago, and never placed outside of the top 10 during the 2012-2013 season.
Scump played with OpTic the following season on Call of Duty: Ghosts but later left the team to join Team EnVyUs alongside Merk, ProoFy, and Goonjar. Two weeks later, though, he switched back to OpTic. At the Call of Duty Championship in 2014, the team finished third for the second year in a row.
In 2014, Scump and the team played Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare at the 2015 Call of Duty World Championship and placed 7th. Following the championship, Scump moved to Team Captain after the departure of the previous team captain. That season turned out to be Scump’s most successful year yet after the team won the MLG World Finals. The team won nine championships that year and all three of the online Pro League Season. Scump left the season with the most pro points of any player.
In the 2016 to 2017 season, Scump and his team won the 2017 Call of Duty World League Championship in the title of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. The win came after four Call of Duty World Championship events and zero wins. OpTic Gaming won first place in the Call of Duty World League final.
Scump left OpTic gaming in the 2019 to 2020 season. That fall, he joined NRG eSports’ CDL franchise Chicago Huntsmen.
Scump has taken home a significant amount of prize money too: by 2018, he had won more than $600,000 from tournaments. Nearly $300,000 of that money was from Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
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