Octane Claims Scump is the Most Underrated Player in Professional Call of Duty

Nicholas Barth,

June 19, 2018 2:48 PM

Twin Galaxies was able to catch up with multiple players this past weekend at CWL Anaheim and ask who they believed is the most underrated player in professional Call of Duty.

While the world of esports is often dominated by high profile stars that dazzle fans with their skills and draw the majority of media attention for their exploits, there are plenty of unsung heroes in esports who are extremely vital to the success of the teams they are a part of. 

Professional Call of Duty is no different, as there are many players who provide the winning plays and talent to help their teams achieve greatness, but do not attract the same kind of attention or recognition as the bigger stars of the Call of Duty World League. 

Wanting to get a sense of which players in the professional Call of Duty scene are seen as the most underrated, Twin Galaxies asked a few players at this past weekend's CWL Anaheim event who they believed is the most underrated player in the world of professional Call of Duty, and one of the answers from an OpTic Gaming member will most likely suprise you.

Most Underrated Call of Duty Players According to Their Peers

Echo Fox's Brice "Faccento" Faccento - Team EnVy's Cuyler "Huke" Garland

Team Kaliber's Kenny "Kenny" Willaims - Team Kaliber's Maurice "Fero" Henriquez

Team EnVy's Martin "Chino" Chino - Team EnVy's Jacob "Decemate" Cato

Rise Nation's Pierce "Gunless" Hillman - Team EnVy's Nicholas "Classic" DiCostanzo

UNILAD's Bradely "Wuskin" Marshall - Luminosity's Josiah "Slacked" Berry 

Red Reserve's Matthew "Skrapz" Marshall - Red Reserve's Joseph "Joee" Pinnington

FaZe Clan's Preston "Priestahh" Greiner - FaZe Clan's James "Replays" Crowder

OpTic Gaming's Sam "Octane" Larew - OpTic Gaming's Seth "Scump" Abner

Scump being the answer for most underrated Call of Duty player by Octane is certainly a surprising one, as Scump has widely been considered to be one of the most talented players in the scene throughout his career.

Who do you believe is the most underrated player in professional Call of Duty? Let us know in the comments below!

Interested in more Call of Duty content? Check out our interview with Anthony "NAMELESS" Wheeler on his transition from professional player to a member of the Call of Duty World League broadcast team.

(cover photo courtesy of Kingdom Soldier)


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