Call of Duty Pro Seth “Scump” Abner has announced that he has retired from competitive Call of Duty in the middle of his final season.
In a video posted to Twitter, titled “THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING,” Scump gathers friends and teammates to read his retirement speech, in which he announces that Call of Duty “everything I’ve known for the last 14 years is mine.” life.”
Ahead of this season’s start, Scump confirmed it would be his last season. But midway through online qualification for the second major, Scump announced his retirement.
“Coming into the year I didn’t know what to expect. I mean, we scaled it back with the team. Honestly, high expectations. People expected a lot from us. Things fell short. It happens, that’s part of the competition. I’ve been on OpTic most of the time, and I had the support of all of you in this House today…”
In the speech, Scump confirmed that Brandon “Dashy” Otell will take his place on the OpTic starting lineup.
“With Brandon back, I hope people are happy with the new squad,” Scump said.
In the emotional speech, Scump thanked his teammates for “molding him into the person I am today.”
“I’ve learned so much from the bad choices, the good choices. It really taught me a lot in my life.
Scumo ended the speech by saying, “It’s not a sad night. It’s a happy night It’s a new chapter in my life. So let’s have some fun.”
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