In a tweet posted on November 11, Crimsix said “3 scrims per day and not a single teammate has bitched about how much we’re playing. This is new.”
In this tweet, Crim is implying that his former teammates didn’t take so kindly to that many scrims – most likely pointed at his OpTic Gaming team from Black Ops 4, where it has been said before that practice wasn’t always easy to get through.
3 scrims per day and not a single teammate has bitched about how much we’re playing. This is new.
— Empire C6 (@Crimsix) November 12, 2019
After being asked by his chat on Twitch whether he had seen the tweet, Scump replied: “I did. Holy sh*t, emotional. Literally carried, I don’t want to hear it. [Carried] For a ring.”
After his teammates began laughing, Scump ramped up his roast. “Where the f*ck was my team, huh? They weren’t late for practice. They were late to Sunday at Champs!” he called out. “F*ck me, that’d be my second ring. There’s my tweet.”
Although it seemed that Scump and Crimsix were mostly on good terms with each other following the split, with some back and forth jokes between each other, Crim has been very outspoken about the issues they faced as a team, as well as the things that caused the eventual implosion of the team.
Needless to say, whether they’ve been on good terms or not, neither are holding any punches when it comes to letting people know what they really think of each other – and it’s setting up for a fantastic rivalry for the inaugural season of the franchised Call of Duty League.
So far, Crimsix’s Dallas Empire team has won a majority of the online tournaments they’ve played in and have been looking very comfortable in scrims, seemingly the team to beat as it currently stands.
That said, Scump’s Chicago Huntsmen are also looking frightening in the early days of Modern Warfare, so it may be that we see these two competing against each other for the number one spot throughout the duration of this season.