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Scump crosses the 90,000 viewers mark on Twitch during the CDL watch party

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Recently retired Call of Duty League (CDL) player Seth "Scump" Abner has had one of the most eventful weeks of his career. Following his end in competitive esports, Seth took to his Twitch account to host a watch party for the Week 2 of Major 2 qualifiers.Scump, who received an emotional farewell from the rest of the community, shattered several boundaries in his first stream as a non-esports athlete.

He reportedly made nearly $17K in Twitch subscriptions alone. Readers should note that the figure comes after the platform deducts its own fee.In addition, his stream peaked at a whopping 95K concurrent viewers, a good 30K more than the peak viewership on Call of Duty's official Twitch channel.Scump managed to go big on his very first watch party stream for the Week 2 of Major 2 qualifiers yesterday after garnering over 90K peak viewers.

In comparison, the CoD's official Twitch account managed a peak viewership of 63K, which, even though respectable, was way behind the OpTic Texas member.The creator had more than 73K spectators as OpTic Texas vs.

Seattle Surge battle started on Friday evening, compared to the CDL's figure of around 55K. Viewers tuned in, with viewing figures peaking at over 85K even during the contest and upwards of 90K afterward.As a token of appreciation, fellow Twitch streamer Tim "TimTheTatman" donated an incredible 100 subs to Scump's channel.

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