Scump is set to retire from competitive Call of Duty

“One last dance, ladies and gentlemen. This will be my final year competing as a professional Call of Duty player.” With those words, Seth ‘Scump’ Abner announced that, after a decade of competing, he will be retiring from Call of Duty esports in 2023. It was a shocking revelation for fans around the world, and while many may have seen it coming, hearing Scump announce his retirement is still incredibly impactful.

TST Black Ops 2 Throwback tournament won by Scump’s team

Once again, Seth ‘Scump’ Abner has proven he is still the GOAT after leading his team to victory in the 25k Black Ops 2 Off-Season tournament. This special edition of the charity event brought together some of the most iconic Call of Duty esports competitors of the last decade, throwing them into an arena more than ten years old. It was a reunion of sorts, a competition that took players back to 2012 and one of COD’s best multiplayer platforms.

Call of Duty Mobile World Championship Finals 2022 preview

As the year is coming to an end, we have a lot of exciting esports events coming our way. Today we’ll be talking about one of the biggest mobile gaming tournaments. The CoD Mobile World Championship 2022 Finals are all set to happen from Dec. 15 to 18. The top 16 teams from around the world will be competing for a share of the $1.7 million prize pool and the title of world champions.

Crimsix officially retires from competitive Call of Duty

Crimsix, the winningest Call of Duty player in history, has officially announced his retirement from competitive Call of Duty. He explained in a video posted on YouTube that there was a ‘huge generational gap’ that he was struggling to deal with, and he was essentially one of the few remaining veterans from an age-old breed of COD competitors. Following sixteen years of competition that have brought 38 major wins, three world championships, and over $1 million in winnings, Crimsix has now retired.

The 2023 CDL Season start date has been officially revealed

For years, Call of Duty esports fans have argued against the long breaks in-between seasons. Every year, the off-season period lasts anything up to seven months, and it creates a massive rift between a new Call of Duty title launching and the esports season beginning. Now, owing to a drastic review of the structure ahead, the Call of Duty League 2023 season will begin on December 2nd, 2022. It’s the shortest break we’ve ever seen between seasons.

New CSGO map changes and bug fixes

CS:GO has received a new update that focuses on improvements and changes to four maps, along with a number of other miscellaneous fixes that should improve the overall gaming experience. However, this update doesn’t incorporate any major changes, and none from the Active Duty Map Pool, so they don’t affect ongoing esports events such as ESL Pro League Season 16.

Warzone Last Stand update is close to release

It has been revealed that the final season for Call of Duty: Vanguard and Call of Duty: Warzone will commence on August 24th. In a dramatic ending to a rather crazy chapter in Warzone’s story, all things will come to an end in Caldera with the release of the Last Stand update. As a last hurrah for Warzone, which launched back in March of 2020, iconic Call of Duty characters are being reintroduced to the franchise as operators.

What’s happening in the CDL Rostermania 2023?

It has been a remarkably busy week in the world of the Call of Duty League. As the 2021-22 season has come to a close, rostermania has kicked off, and players are currently moving around the board at break-neck speeds. With each new day, the community sits with bated breath, waiting to see which player will be released by their team ahead of the 2022-23 season. Since the 12th of August, no fewer than twenty-eight players have undergone changes in the CDL, almost all of them being released as free agents.

Which players have the highest CDL earnings?

What’s so exciting about the Call of Duty League is that there’s a diverse range of players currently participating, from up-and-coming talent to industry veterans, fighting for a chance to become one of the best Call of Duty players in the world. Every year, the tournament heats up to epic proportions. With Activision Blizzard organizing a lot of Major events and mid-season competitions, there are plenty of opportunities for the CDL players to make money, both in and outside of the League.

What to expect from Call Of Duty Next

After LA Thieves dominated the CDL Championship, a new showcase was revealed to every Call of Duty fan out there. On the 15th of September, Activision will host Call of Duty: Next, an event designed to reveal the future of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2. It’ll also shed some light on the upcoming Warzone Mobile project, which up until now has simply been known as Project Aurora, and we still don’t know much about it.

LA Thieves conquer the CDL Championship

Thanks to their supreme display of individual and team skill, the LA Thieves rose to defeat Atlanta FaZe in the CDL Championship finals. It was a monumental moment for the Thieves, marking the organization’s first CDL Championship win in the history of the League, and the first ring for each of the four players involved.

Call of Duty Mobile Season 7 causes big map changes and new challenges

The newest Call of Duty Mobile season is bringing a lot of new stuff into the game. This includes a new battle pass, a themed event with the Netflix series Ghost In The Shell: SAC_2045, a new operator skill, SMG, and much more to the game. Ghost In The Shell: SAC_2045 is an anime sci-fi series available on Netflix. Activision has added a lot of new features to the game as a part of its collaboration with the show. The anticipated season is only a few days away. Activision has confirmed that season 7 will be launching on Aug. 4 at 12 am GMT

The World Series of Warzone 2022 will feature a $600,000 USD prize pool

The World Series of Warzone 2022 tournament organized by game developer Activision is giving every single player the chance to partake in the tournament and have a chance at winning a portion of the massive $600k prize pool. In 2021, the first season of the WSoW was held, featuring some of the hottest Call of Duty talent the world has ever seen, and this year will likely be no different.

LA Thieves vs Boston Breach – COD Championship massive clash waiting to happen!

Boston Breach is one of the newest teams in the Call Of Duty League alongside OpTic Texas. They had a decent season that ended with qualification to the Call of Duty Championship tournament after finishing on a 16-16 record, overcoming teams like Toronto Ultra and New York Subliners in the standings. Unfortunately for them, their first opponents are the LA Thieves. The LA Thieves come off a recent 5-3 win over the New York Subliners at the Call of Duty League 2022 – Major 4.

The top 3 Warzone Loadouts after the Season 3 Reloaded Patch

For players who have just started playing or maybe came back to Call of Duty Warzone, the game may look very intimidating thanks to all the recent changes. This is why choosing the right weapon and class setup is of the utmost importance for an enjoyable gaming experience.