CDL announces Scump watch party and fans are ecstatic


The CDL announced Major 2’s co-streamers and included recently retired CoD legend Seth ‘Scump’ Abner among the participants.

The CDL Major 2 Qualifiers kicked off on January 13. Little did we know it would be Scump’s final match before retiring. OpTic Texas defeated Boston Breach 3-2 in the King’s final match, and he went down swinging with a series-leading 1.22 KD and 94 kills.

Two days after OpTic’s dominant showing, Scump called it a career. In his farewell video, Abner spoke about his new focus on creating content, stating, “Content is always something I have wanted to do. I’ll still be attending events and meeting people, which I couldn’t do as a player.”

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Scump has his first opportunity to sit back and approach CoD from a different perspective, hosting a watch party for the remainder of Major 2.

CDL Watch Party unveils Scump as co-streamer

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On January 19, The Call of Duty League announced participants for the Major 2 Watch Party. Notable names include Scump, Damon ‘Karma’ Barlow, Chris ‘Parasite’ Duarte, and Ian ‘Enable’ Wyatt.

One fan responded, “Scump is about to break the all-time CDL viewership record.”

A second user added, “Looking forward to watching the main CDL broadcast (Scump’s stream).”

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Scump averaged around 8,000 Twitch viewers over the past 30 days, according to streamschart. It will be interesting to see how his co-stream performs compared to the official broadcast.

OpTic Gaming faces off against Seattle Surge in a highly anticipated matchup on Friday. Seattle’s star SMG Amer ‘Pred’ Zulbeari came close to joining OpTic Texas after Major 1, and fans have been waiting for a matchup between the two teams.

We will also get our first look at OpTic’s new roster, featuring ‘Huke,’ ‘Dashy‘ ‘ILLeY,’ and ‘Shotzzy.’

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You can watch along with Scump on his Twitch channel.

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