In the feud that keeps popping up every few days, OpTic Gaming’s Seth ‘Scump’ Abner and Team Envy’s Patrick ‘ACHES’ Price exchanged some heated words on Twitter.
In the wake of Scump’s record-setting stream during the first CWL 2K tournament, the entire community has been heavily discussing whether it was right for CWL to tweet out his stream during the event.
Scump poked some fun at that fact during the 2018 Esports Awards and it has once again brought the issue back to the forefront of conversation.
After 100 Thieves Kenny 'Kenny' Williams, FaZe Clan Dillon 'Attach' Price, and CWL commentator Clint ‘Maven’ Evans all took home awards at the event, Scump jokingly tweeted that it was “UNFAIR and really messed up” for CWL to tweet out the winners before giving his genuine congratulations on the honors.
cant believe you guys are congratulating people for earning something. UNFAIR and really messed up of you all to be honest /s congrats folks— Seth Abner (@OpTic_Scumper) November 12, 2018
It didn’t take long for the Tweet to catch the eyes of ACHES, who had some of the strongest opinions on the situation last week, which once again ignited the issue.
Scump was quick to point out that he wasn’t referring to ACHES with his first Tweet, asking the Team Envy member if he was “feeling guilty.”
ACHES wasn’t buying it, however, telling Scump, “You know exactly how you meant it” with his Tweet that started it all.
Why in the FUCK would I feel guilty about anything lmfao. You know exactly how you meant it.— Patrick Price (@ACHES) November 12, 2018
The fact that these players haven’t even faced off in official competition yet means that fans will likely be in for a bloodbath once the season begins in earnest.
Scump will have another shot at breaking records when OpTic goes for their second straight CWL 2K win in the November 11-12 edition of the tournament.
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