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Scump Enters King-Mode After Amateur Shot His Dead Body

Scump Enters King-Mode After Amateur Shot His Dead Body
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Written by 

Jack Marsh

Posted 

6th May 2022 16:30

If you mess with the king, you have the right to be sentenced to death, and over in Call of Duty, the emperor has put his latest royal subject to the sword after one of the most treacherous betrayals known to the community.

It's no surprise that, during the Call of Duty League's first-ever combined professional and amateur tournament, the young guns have relished every opportunity to get their name in the lights. Taking full advantage of any opportunity to get one over on the professional players, the up-and-coming talents of Toronto Ultra Academy EU faced the legendary OpTic Texas team, boosted by the return of Indervir "iLLeY" Dhaliwal, who was set to sit out due to an injured thumb. 

With nothing to lose, and no expectations against arguably the best team in the league, the amateurs put up quite a fight on Search and Destroy, a performance topped off by Liam "Furiious" Osborne shooting the bodies of Seth "Scump" Abner and Anthony "Shotzzy" Cuevas-Castro - the ultimate mark of disrespect in Call of Duty. 

Toronto Ultra Academy EU Relish Facing OpTic Texas

With OpTic taking the first map, a Hardpoint on Gavutu 250-183, Toronto's European roster wasn't about to roll over, despite having their main AR player snatched up by London Royal Ravens a day prior.

Going into map two on Berlin, Furiious got off to a woeful start, dying three consecutive times without reply, until he got a bit brave in the fourth round. With Ultra 2-1 up, Furiious killed iLLeY, Scump, and Shotzzy in quick succession, and proceeded to torch the corpses of his foes, in a quite hilarious manner. 

Toronto went on to win the Search and Destroy map, with Furrious going on to take ten kills overall. However, they awoke the beast within the king.

 

Scump Goes King Mode Against Toronto Ultra Academy

As one of the most seasoned players in the Call of Duty league, alongside Ian "Crimsix" Porter, Scump's search for even more championships to add to his haul was not going to be besmirched by an amateur, and following on from having his body shot, he turned on his finest form.

Not usually known for dominating games anymore, rather making crucial plays at key times, Scump reignited his younger form going into the next two maps, especially on the fourth, and final, game. Teaching his young European opponents a lesson in grace and decorum, the king went on to drop a double-positive display on Hardpoint, slamming Ultra into the infamous 100-club with a 25-12 individual scoreline.

Scump and OpTic will now move on without iLLeY, who has dropped out due to his injury, possibly putting an end to the hunt for another championship victory, although with rostermania in full flow, they may yet surprise the pack.

 

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