What is Scump’s net worth?
Scump’s estimated net worth is $2,000,000 USD.
How does Scump make money?
Scump is a professional Call of Duty player and YouTube/Twitch personality.
He is also known as Optic Scump.
Here’s a little run-down of how Scump makes money:
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As a partner on Twitch, Scump makes money from subscribers, advertisements, and donations.
Scump qualifies for the 70/30 sub split on Twitch meaning he makes $3.50 per tier 1 subscriber.
Scump receives money from advertisements displayed on his stream. We estimate this to be around $2 per 1000 views.
Scump also accepts fan donations from fans.
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Scump has a YouTube channel with 2.61 million subscribers where he uploads Call of Duty videos and stream highlights.
His channel has been slightly abandoned as he posts very irregularly lately and hasn’t posted in over a month at the time of writing.
On YouTube, you can make money through advertisements displayed on your videos. YouTube will pay between $1 – $3 for every 1000 views in the gaming category depending on the age and location of your viewers.
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Scump has a bunch of brands that sponsor him. Examples are LG Ultra Gear monitors, Turtle Beach, Game Fuel, CTRL, and more. Some of these brands may pay Scump a monthly sponsorship fee while others will pay him in commissions. (sometimes both)
For being part of the Optic Gaming squad, Seth gets paid a salary by the organization. It’s unclear exactly how much he is getting put estimation put the amount at 5 – 20k per month.
According to esportsearnings, Scump has made a grand total of $914,755.35 from competing in over 155 Call of Duty tournaments.
If we look back at the start of his career until now, Scump earns an average of $105,000 per year from Call of Duty tournaments. Or an average of $8750 per month.
Scump currently doesn’t sell any merch.
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How much money does Scump make from Twitch?
Scump makes an estimated $28,000 per month from streaming on Twitch.
Here’s how this adds up:
…From Twitch subscribers
Scump has 6,685 average monthly subscribers on Twitch. (source) Considering he keeps at least $3.50 per subscriber, we estimate that Scump makes about $23,397 per month from subscribers on Twitch.
…From Twitch Advertisements
According to Twitch Tracker, Scump had 246,082 total views in the last 30 days and streamed for 12 of those 30 days. Using this information and considering a $2 CPM, we estimate that Scump makes $496 per month from advertisements on Twitch.
A streamer like Scump can expect to make $1K – $4k per month in donations.
How much money does Scump make from Youtube?
Scump has 3.5 million monthly average views on his YouTube channel. (source) Considering a $3 CPM, we estimate that Scump makes $10,500 per month from YouTube advertisements.
How much money does Scump make per month?
Scump makes an estimated $68,500 per month from streaming on Twitch, uploading YouTube videos, his Optic Gaming salary, and his tournament earnings.
Of course, Scump has other income sources as well such as sponsorships, potential merch drops, and more which are not included in this estimation.
How did Scump get started?
- During his childhood, Scump played Halo on an Xbox 360 he shared with his brother. This started his passion for FPS games and eventually led him to Call of Duty.
- In the 7th grade, Scump started playing ladder matches through MLG.
- Scump won his first LAN tournament on Black Ops 1 and this sparked a chain reaction of amazing games and he quickly became known as one of the best players in the game.
- Scump joined Optic Gaming in 2011, he would later joined some other organizations but eventually land back at Optic.
- In 2015, Scump moved into the Optic Gaming house and frequently started vlogging with other members of OpTic. During this time, he also started streaming on Twitch.
- Scump started taking streaming on Twitch more seriously in 2020 where he streamed for a total of 271 days instead of his usual average of 60 days per year. (source: Twitch Tracker)
- Scump has won more than 5 more Call of Duty tournaments for OpTic Gaming and even holds an X games Gold Medal.