The esports community (especially those involved with Call Of Duty) continue to use Twitter as their social media platform of choice.
The unfiltered outlet for professional gamers and personalities bridges the gap between supporters and those who follow the scene, whilst also allowing a way to connect.
Call of Duty has had a large fanbase on Twitter since around 2011 when the top players first started using it, and it has only got more popular as we write this article in 2017.
So who are the most followed active CoD pro players currently on the social media platform? We’ve calculated the top 10.
10. Ian ‘Enable’ Wyatt – 246k (@Enable)
Coming in at number 10 we have a former Halo pro player who now plays for FaZe Clan.
Enable joined the popular FaZe Clan organization in January 2017 and has continued to impress the Call of Duty world with his ability, winning multiple championships under the red, gold and blue brand.
9. Tommy ‘ZooMaa’ Paparatto – 276k ( @ZooMaa)
The second FaZe Clan member in this list is the part Italian part American talent of ZooMaa.
Starting out life as a Search and Destroy all-star, he moved into the respawn gamemodes and never looked back. He joined FaZe in April 2015 whilst playing on Advanced Warfare and much like Enable above has gone on to win multiple tournaments with FaZe.
8. Dillon ‘Attach’ Price – 288k ( @Attach)
The third member of the FaZe Clan Call of Duty team in this list and also the first World Champion featured.
The former Denial Esports and Rise Nation player won CoD Champs in 2015 on Advanced Warfare, before joining FaZe to continue his winning ways.
7. Jordan ‘JKap’ Kaplan – 310k ( @JKap415)
Team EnVyUs player JKap is one of only two people in the world who can call themselves a two-time Call of Duty World Champion.
The veteran player won his first with Denial in 2015 on Advanced Warfare before picking up a second with EnVyUs during Black Ops 3.
6. Chris ‘Parasite’ Duarte – 316k ( @Parasite)
Parasite is the only free agent in this list but despite missing out on the CWL Global Pro League for this season, he has a long history of achievement.
He won the inaugural Call of Duty World Championship in 2013 as part of Fariko Impact on Black Ops II, and has competed in many top lineups.
5. Damon ‘Karma’ Barlow – 543k ( @OpTic_DKarma)
The first OpTic Gaming player on this list is none other than the other person aside from JKap to win two World Championships.
Karma has consistently been considered one of the best players in the world after winning back to back CoD Champs in 2013 with Fariko Impact and 2014 with compLexity.
After joining OpTic Gaming in 2015 he’s won pretty much everything except a third ring.
4. Matt ‘Formal’ Piper – 643k ( @FormaL)
The second OpTic Gaming player on this list is former Halo champion FormaL. When he switched over to Call of Duty his talents were instantly recognized, competing with the likes of Team EnVyUs, Team Kaliber and FaZe Black.
Since joining OpTic he’s not been able to stop winning, with only the World Championships alluding this extraordinary player.
3. James ‘Clayster’ Eubanks – 681k ( @Clayster)
The final FaZe Clan member in this list is captain of the team, Clayster. Prior to joining he played for the likes of compLexity, Denial and OpTic Gaming.
He’s the only North American player to attend all four $1 million+ competitions since 2011 and in 2015 he took the title with Denial.
Now heading up FaZe Clan, he’s the guy you want on your team when it looks like everything is going wrong, as he recently proved at the CWL Global Pro League.
2. Ian ‘Crimsix’ Porter – 728k ( @Crimsix)
The third member of the OpTic Gaming team on this list is none other than Crimsix. Known Crimbot for his ability to remove all emotion whilst competing, he’s proved it time and again that he’s one of the greatest of all time.
Now an integral part of the OpTic lineup that continues to dominate the Call of Duty landscape, he’s a world champion from when he won in 2014 with compLexity and has also competed with the likes of Evil Geniuses
1. Scump – 1.52 M ( @OpTic_Scumper)
In at number one we have OpTic Gaming’s captain, Seth ‘Scump’ Abner. The world’s greatest player to never win a World Championship has amassed an incredible 1.5 million followers over his career, spanning from 2011.
The face of OpTic has seen and done it all and is the only person to hold two X Games medals for his Pro League efforts on Ghosts and Advanced Warfare.
The final piece of the puzzle can be completed in August as he attempts to win CoD Champs 2017 alongside Crim, Karma and FormaL.