OpTic's Scump gives full tour of his newly built house and it's quite incredible - Dexerto
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OpTic’s Scump gives full tour of his newly built house and it’s quite incredible

Published: 19/Dec/2018 19:42 Updated: 19/Dec/2018 19:52

by Albert Petrosyan


OpTic Gaming’s Seth ‘Scump’ Abner is ready to move into his newly built house, which is looking quite massive and incredible. 

The Call of Duty star pro player did a full tour of the ins and outs of his new home in a series of videos he tweeted out on December 18.

Despite the house not yet being furnished, it does not take long for it to become obvious that Scump’s new dwelling is incredible in its size and design, boasting numerous bedrooms and bathrooms. 

Part one of the house tour has him show off the entrance to the property, which features an outdoor patio area as well as a guest house which come prior to the actual entrance to the main house itself. 


That guest house is not likely to remain unoccupied much once Scump gets settled in, as other CoD pros and friends from the esports scene are already filling his mentions with requests to stay over. 

The second part of the tour has Scump revealing what his backyard looks like, as that also features a patio area with a built-in fireplace much like the front area of the house. 

He then takes the tour to the upstairs area, which he considers his “favorite part of the place” and “the best part of the whole thing,” mainly because there is a theater room with dimmers. 


He wraps up the house reveal with one final video touring some of the remaining rooms and bathrooms in the remaining areas of the property, really giving a scope of how massive the house really is.

As for what the house looks like from the front, Scump tweeted out a picture of it on December 13, once all of the construction and development was actually completed.

“The house is done. Closing is on Monday, then the move starts! So excited to get a dog!” he announced.

Of course this isn’t the first time that Scump has offered his fans and followers on Twitter a glimpse into his new house. He first announced that he was in the process of building a house on October 22, posting pictures of the property while it was still under construction


However, the project itself had started nearly a year before then, but Scump kept it under wraps from the public until about nine months after construction had begun.