Arguably the most iconic Call of Duty player of all time, OpTic Gamings Scump, has invaded Warzone this off-season and has already perfectly thwarted allegations of hacking.
Seth ‘Scump’ Abner is good at CoD. He’s won a world championship, multiple X Games gold medals, and years since adding that hardware – he’s still one of the Call of Duty League’s top players in 2021.
But while Scump has earned his credit in multiplayer, Warzone’s battle royale players may not realize who he is.
The man known as the King dominated Verdansk that off-season and was confirmed with a ton of hackusations. Scump is a problem solver, however, so he found two ways to turn them off.
Scump’s answer to everyone who accuses him of hacking.
Had to bend them pic.twitter.com/bF1UGaVsl5
– Kevi 🍀 (@KeviSkillz) September 5, 2021
Scump’s first method of dealing with hackusation? The instant flex and the proof that he doesn’t need any cheats: “Every time someone says I’m cheating from now on, I’ll just show them [X Games gold medal]. “
If a guy is good enough to win gold on the LAN, then you can imagine he’s good enough to beat up Warzone players in a public lobby. Pretty decent answer.
But the second answer is also gold (less literally) as it would be very difficult to argue against it and not rely on past successes.
If you’re that good then you have to show your task manager to prove you’re not cheating.
– Dexerto (@Dexerto) September 6, 2021
After shooting a few people and before anyone could call him a hacker, Scump casually sat back and opened the task manager of his PC – just to show that nothing was wrong.
With a reputation for being one of the greatest CoD players of all time and a man making his software transparent, the hackus attacks against Scump should likely slow down. But who knows, if they persist, we might be able to see his stream with five different cameras.