If you've ever wondered who the best Call of Duty player in the world is, then look no further than your trusty robotic friend, Alexa and Google Assistant - although it seems even these devices can't make their mind up.
Endless arguments over the 'GOAT' (greatest of all time) player in Call of Duty have raged on for years across the internet, as the usual suspects are compared by their various accolades.
Names such as 3x world champion Damon 'Karma' Barlow, or winningest player ever Ian 'Crimsix' Porter, the ever consistent Seth 'Scump' Abner, or the 2x world champion Jordan 'JKap' Kaplan, are typically thrown in the ring.
However, devices like Alexa and Google Assistant have almost made up their mind, narrowing it down to just two - Scump or Crimsix.
First shared by OpTic Gaming owner Hector 'H3CZ' Rodriguez, in a video where he asked Alexa who the best was, others began doing the same.
While standing next to Scump, Alexa told H3CZ that it was "a fan of Scump", and when YouTuber KEEMSTAR tested his own, he got a similar response.
“Hey Alexa, who’s the best call of duty player in the world”— Hector Rodriguez (@OpTicH3CZ) December 20, 2018
However, Alexa was not entirely consistent in her answer, as another Twitter user discovered that when you ask 'who's your favorite Call of Duty player in the world', the response is in fact 32 time champion Crimsix.
Google Assistant on the other hand gives a more in-depth response, taking its response from GINX's top 10 CoD player list, explaining that "Crimsix is the only man who could possibly replace Karma at the top of the list."
So Scump doesn't even get a look in from Google Assistant.
Of course, all these devices simply take results from the web, so it's not like they have actually formed an expert opinion - but if you ever want to 'prove' to someone that Scump is the best, Alexa will be your friend.
The general consensus however is that the "best" player over all of competitive CoD would be between Crimsix, as the winningest player, and Karma, as the player with highest earnings and most world championships.
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