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Call of Duty Pro says Warzone is not a competitive game

Seth "Scump" Abner, pointed out the elements that, for him, make Battle Royale a casual game

Incredible as it may sound, we’ve reached a point where video games, specifically their multiplayer components, are viewed from the community’s perspective in terms of their competitive potential. In that sense, Call of Duty is a franchise whose rise had to do with its multiplayer offering and its entry into the Battle Royale trend was subject to scrutiny by a professional gamer.

According to information from GameRant, Call of Duty pro Seth “Scump” Abner, who plays for OpTic Chicago, recently spoke about the role Warzone would play in the scene. In Abner’s words, the franchise’s Battle Royale has no place in the competitive scene, a statement that takes place with titles such as Fortnite and PUBG already integrated into esports circuits.

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In this regard, Scump pointed out: “Although I really like Warzone and I would love for it to be competitive, it just isn’t. There are just a lot of things left to chance, it’s literally an RNG [Random Number Generator].

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