OpTic Gaming’s Scump reveals more details about his Texas move to Nadeshot

Ross Deason

OpTic Gaming’s Seth ‘Scump’ Abner has confirmed that he will be moving to Dallas, Texas permanently and that he has bought his first house.

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The 2017 Call of Duty world champion was playing the Blackout beta and discussing his recently announced move with former teammate Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag when the details were revealed.

“Yeah, mainly for internet,” he said when asked whether he was excited to move. When Nadeshot probed for more information on whether he was going to buy a house, Scump responded “I already did, yeah.”

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Scump went on to say “that’s the first time I’ve ever said that! Sethy bought a house, growing up,” and that his new property is “really nice.”

Nadeshot was clearly pleased for his former colleague on OpTic, saying “bro that is a ridiculous achievement,” and “you bought a house at 23, that’s unbelievable. Congratulations dude.”

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Scump and OpTic Gaming had their most difficult season in years during Call of Duty: WWII but they will be looking to turn things around with the release of Black Ops 4 in October.

Moving to the organization’s home state of Texas, and finally having a solid internet connection again, could be the change that the veteran player needs in order to reclaim his spot at the top of the competitive Call of Duty ranks.

The fact that he has bought a house rather than renting one also suggests that he doesn’t plan on cutting ties with OpTic any time soon – music to the ears of any Green Wall fan!