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Seth “Scump” Abner is a professional Warzone and Call of Duty player that is the face of the OpTic Gaming brand and is arguably the face for the entire competitive Call of Duty scene too. The 1995-born pro is deemed one of the best CoD players to ever pick up a controller.

Scump is so talented that his millions of YouTube subscribers and Twitch followers have given him the nickname “The King”.

As you’ve landed on this article, there’s a pretty strong chance you are aware of Scump and want to replicate his exact playstyle, settings, and gear in order to achieve a higher level of success in your personal Warzone journey.

We’re going to take a look at Scump’s settings that have helped him become the two-time X-Games Gold Medal Champion and CoD World Champion, as well as an absolute beast in Verdansk when he finds the time to play Warzone.

Then, we will take a closer look at his current gaming setup, revealing his headset, monitor, microphone, controller, and mic stand.

Let’s take a look.


Setting NameScump Controller Settings
BR Button LayoutDefault Flipped
Stick Layout PresetDefault
Invert Vertical LookDisabled
Horizontal Stick Sensitivity6
Vertical Stick Sensitivity6
ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (Low Zoom)1.00
ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (High Zoom)1.00
Aim Response Curve TypeStandard
Controller VibrationDisabled
Aim AssistStandard
Scale Aim Assist With FOVNot known
Weapon Mount ActivationDisabled
Weapon Mount Movement ExitDisabled
Aim Down Sight BehaviorHold
Equipment BehaviorHold
Use/Reload BehaviorTap to Reload
Depleted Ammo Weapon SwitchEnabled
Armor Plate BehaviorNot known
Slide BehaviorNot known
Auto Move ForwardNot known
Automatic SprintNot known
Vehicle Camera RecenterNot known
Parachute Auto-DeployEnabled

The first and most obvious thing we see in Scump’s Warzone controller settings list is that his BR Button Layout is set to Default Flipped. This comes as quite a big surprise, especially because most pro players in the likes of Aydan and Crowder use “Tactical Flipped.” This is because Scump plays with a claw grip.

Currently, Scump’s sensitivity is 6 for both his horizontal and vertical aim, which is considered quite low, especially since most players have their sensitivity on 7 or even 8. It goes without saying that Scump’s sens has definitely benefited him towards achieving such an accurate aim.

Now that you know all the Scump settings, another very important aspect of any pro player’s success is their gaming gear. As a Warzone player, there are a few core pieces of equipment that you need to pay the most attention to.

They include your controller (or mouse and keyboard), gaming monitor, gaming headset, and microphone. Other peripherals which can also have an impact on your in-game performance include your gaming chair, desk, and gaming system.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at the gear Scump currently uses to dominate every Warzone lobby he enters.


Like Tommey, Scump also uses a custom Scuf Infinity4PS PRO Scump controller. If you want to get his controller, you can get it on the Scuf website and customize it to your personal liking in terms of design and colors.


For a monitor, Scump uses the Alienware 25.

It is by far one of the best gaming monitors on the market today. Combining a 240 Hz frequency with a 1ms of response time, you can rest assured that with this Full HD 16:9 resolution monitor, you will have a butter-smooth gaming experience.


Your headset is one of the most important peripherals that you need to get right if you want to hear all of the enemies’ positional cues. Scump currently uses the Turtle Beach Elite Pro 2, which is one of the best headsets on the market. You can get this headset for over just $100.


Though Scump’s Turtle Beach Elite Pro 2 headset features an integrated microphone, Seth knows the importance of crystal-clear communication with his teammates.

To ensure optimal quality, the OpTic member makes use of the Shure SM7B. To ensure that his world-class microphone remains in place, Scump uses the RODE PSA 1.