Scump started his Call of Duty career in MLG’s 2011 Black Ops season. Playing with Quantic Leverage, Seth was able to launch his professional gaming career by winning the first event of the season: MLG Dallas. After his debut event, Scump went on to place within the top six for every event of the season. Throughout his career Scump has tallied multiple championships including two X Games gold medals.
Crimsix was the first person in the world to earn the title: "Major League Gaming Pro Player", in both Halo & Call of Duty.
He is the winningest player in Call of Duty history collecting over 30 championships.
TeePee is a decorated veteran and former professional player in the Call of Duty esports community. During his days as a competitor Tyler constantly found himself at the top of the competition most notably during his dominant run under the compLexity and Evil Geniuses banner between Black Ops II and Call of Duty: Ghosts. During this time TeePee earned himself an X Games Bronze medal and the title as World Champion. After competing TeePee found himself working the events he once competed at as an analyst before returning to OpTic Gaming as the teams head coach.