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Scump Looks to Get Back Into Daily Uploads on YouTube

by Bill Cooney

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After Call of Duty: WWII left a bad taste in his mouth, professional Call of Duty player Seth 'Scump' Abner has indicated he’ll begin posting daily uploads on YouTube with the release of the upcoming Black Ops 4 title.

The captain of OpTic Gaming's CoD team responded to a viewer question while streaming the Blackout Private Beta on Twitch who asked if he would go back to daily video uploads once Black Ops 4 is released on October 12.

“Yes... if the game is good,” he said.

Scump was a prolific CoD video maker on youtube, constantly putting out daily videos for the community, until Call of Duty: WWII came around.

“Traditionally I’ve loved CoD and uploaded it daily for seven years,” he said. “You saw me not enjoy a game, WW2, for the first time ever.”

Scump said he didn't really know what to do with himself while he wasn’t uploading videos.

“So it was little bit weird for me,” he said. “I didn’t know what the f*ck to do.”

Only time will tell if the release of Black Ops 4 meets Scumps expectations and provides plenty of entertaining content for creators and the community to work with.