OpTic's 'Scump' Gives Brutally Honest Reflection of Disaster at CWL Pro League Playoffs but Confidently Looks Ahead to Champs - Dexerto
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OpTic’s ‘Scump’ Gives Brutally Honest Reflection of Disaster at CWL Pro League Playoffs but Confidently Looks Ahead to Champs

Published: 14/Aug/2018 21:01 Updated: 15/Aug/2018 15:36

by Albert Petrosyan


OpTic Gaming pro Call of Duty player Seth ‘Scump’ Abner provided a brutally honest answer when reflecting on his performance at the recent CWL Pro League Stage 2 Playoffs.

Speaking on Episode 10 of Season 5 of ‘Vision,’ Scump did not hold back when describing his poor performance at the $500K event.


After finishing the regular season of the Pro League as leaders of Division B, OpTic faced a shocking early exit, losing both of their matches to FaZe Clan and UNILAD Esports respectively.

Many blamed the team’s struggles on Scump, who put in one of the worst performances of his career, and the 2017 CWL champion could not help but totally agree.


“Playoffs was not good bro. I went into Playoffs, I thought I was the top sub. Like literally I thought I was a top-two sub, off the performances of the regular season and just playing the game, I felt really really good, and then… wow. I kept saying I didn’t know what happened, I really don’t know what happened. […] I went out back and I was just apologizing, because that’s like, I don’t think I’ve ever really costed a tournament before, and that was like the first tournament I’ve ever like hard costed. […] Warm-ups I was playing really good and got to the stage and played like an absolute ‘burg.’ […]”

Scump was also not very complimentary of the performance of his longtime teammate Ian ‘Crimsix’ Porter, who he described as not having a good event either.

“Ian did not have his best event either so, having us two not performing where we’re supposed to and having Sam and ‘Zinn’ trying to carry us, it’s not a formula for success.”

However, despite their immense struggles at the Stage 2 Playoffs, Scump is confident heading into the 2018 CWL Champs, the last and biggest tournament of the season.

With a $1.5 million prize pool up for grabs, the 2017 World Champion feels confident in his and his team’s chances to take on stacked field of opponents.


“I don’t know why people count us out a lot, we don’t really lose a lot of Hardpoints, and if we can string together some 2, 3, 5s, we can beat everyone in the game, and everyone knows that. I think every team knows that, and they don’t want us to get better. […] I hope that we can come out and beat some of these teams in Champs, because people have been shit talking us all year, I think we’ve been right there, and then things haven’t went our way in clutch situations. I think we can turn some heads, and I think that potentially we can do something, we just got to stay focused and play our best, play our hearts out, and hopefully we can win.”

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How to watch CoD Mobile World Championship 2020: results, schedule, more

Published: 19/Oct/2020 7:20 Updated: 19/Oct/2020 7:21

by Daniel Cleary


The Call of Duty: Mobile World Championship 2020 has kicked off and viewers can unlock in-game rewards for watching the event. Here’s everything you’ll need to catch the action live.

After millions of players competed in CoD Mobile’s early qualification stages for the chance at earning a spot in the World Championship, only the top eight teams are left standing in each region.


The final stage of the CoD Mobile’s Champs will see teams battling it out in five different regions and will feature double-elimination bracket play to decide the winners.

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The CoD Mobile Championship will feature the best teams from each region.

When does the CoD Mobile World Championship start?

CoD Mobile’s 2020 Playoffs will be held in five unique regions around the world and each region’s playoffs will last for two days in total.


However, the final event will be quite spread out, with matches scheduled for September and October. You can find when the World Championship will start for each of the regions below.

  • Japan: September 26 –27
  • Latin America: September 26 –27
  • Western Europe: October 17 – 18
  • North America: October 24 – 25
  • Rest of the World: September 26 –27

How to watch CoD Mobile Champs 2020

All of the matches will be broadcasted on CoD Mobile’s official YouTube channel, although it is worth noting that there were also native streams for the Japan and Latin America Playoffs.

Players will also be able to earn in-game rewards, by simply watching the final stages of the 2020 World Championship through the CoD Mobile app on the selected dates.

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Rewards can be earned for watching the Playoffs in the CoD Mobile app.

CoD Mobile Champs 2020 Western Europe results (Top 8)

Place Team Prize Money
1 KingsClan $15,000 + World Championship Qualification
2 Cold Esports $10,000
3 Team Singularity $8,000
4 Hammers Esports $5,000
5 U4X Esports $3,500
6 French Infinity $3,500
7 Grizzly Gaming $2,500
8 QLASH Spain $2,500

CoD Mobile Champs 2020 Latin America results (Top 8)

Place Team Prize Money
1 INFLUENCE RAGE $15,000 + World Championship Qualification
2 FEB E-Sports $10,000
3 Infinex Gaming $8,000
4 INTZ $5,000
5 GODSENT $3,500
6 BEEBL4ACK E-Sports $3,500
7 Dayton of Fire $2,500
8 Galactic Gaming $2,500

CoD Mobile Champs 2020 Eastern Europe & Asia results (Top 8)

Place Team Prize Money
1 Team Mayhem $15,000 + World Championship Qualification
2 3rB Squad $10,000
3 Game & Geek $8,000
4 SynerGE $5,000
5 UnBroken eSports $3,500
6 1st eSports $3,500
7 TeamIND $2,500
8 Reckoning eSports $2,500

CoD Mobile Champs 2020 Japan results (Top 5)

Place Team Prize Money
1 REJECT $15,000 + World Championship Qualification
2 Bedroom Team $10,000
3 JUPITER $8,000
4 Witty $5,000
5 SF $3,500

CoD Mobile Champs 2020 Garena results (Top 6)

Place Team Prize Money
1 NRX Jeremiah 29:11 World Championship Qualification
2 Davio.FreeSlot
3 DivinityUprising
4 DG Esports
5 Resurgence
6 FunPlus Phoenix

CoD Mobile Champs 2020 South Korea results (Top 8)

Place Team Prize Money
1 1K Gaming $30,000 + World Championship Qualification
2 Midnight $10,000
3 TOP $3,000
4 Aztec $1,000
5 Ampersand $1,000
6 Pretty Ones $1,000
7 MukTyu $1,000
8 Trust Me $1,000

CoD Mobile Champs 2020 Vietnam results (Top 8)

Place Team Prize Money
1 Good Genius $3,450 + World Championship Qualification
2 ProGK $1,725
3 Creative Gaming $1,165
4 F9 Team $776
5 StormKing $518
6 Bo Toc LAG $345
7 Thich San Bot $260
8 Anh Em $172

CoD Mobile Champs 2020 Prize Pool

When announcing the 2020 CoD Mobile World Championship, Activision revealed that they would also be offering $1 million dollars in prizing spread across each stage of the event.

While a chunk of the prize pool has already been given away during the qualification stage, there is still plenty for the final teams to compete for.

All five regions will have the exact same prize pool and you can find the full prize pool breakdown for CoD Mobile’s 2020 World Championship below.

  • 1st Place: $15,000
  • 2nd Place: $10,000
  • 3rd Place: $8,000
  • 4th Place: $5,000
  • 5th – 6th Place: $3,500
  • 7th – 8th Place: $2,500