The legend, Scump, has decided to retire from professional play after the Call of Duty League 2023 season and concentrate on other aspects.
There are many legends in the Call of Duty scene who have been competing or had competed at the highest level. However, Scump is one of those who are considered the GOAT by the majority of the community. The legend shared a video on his social media accounts a while ago. In the video, he stated that his era as a player will be over after the MW II season, which is the Call of Duty League 2023. After retiring from professional play, he might concentrate on content creation or even join a team as a coach but nothing is certain yet.
Scump’s professional career began back in 2011. Since that time, he competed for Team Obey, Leverage, Apex Esports, Team Envy, Chicago Huntsmen, and OpTic Gaming. Despite competing for different teams, Scump made his career peak under the OpTic Gaming jersey. He competed for the organization for multiple years and won many championships. He won 30 major championships, making him the second-most-winning player of all time. “The King” also made it to the CWL Pro League All-Star team multiple times. After all these accomplishments, it is now the time for Scump to retire and focus on different aspects.
A couple of weeks ago, another legendary CoD player also announced his retirement, Crimsix. C6 and Scump had lots of experience together and won many championships. Fans won’t be able to see Crimsix play again and now the second news hit as Scump also decided to retire. This also indicates that a totally new era is set to begin in the Call of Duty League world.
Scump’s social media is very strong. He will pursue content creation for sure. However, we might also see him coaching a different team!