Tican's Rebellion included 15,000 peasants from 45 villages and the center of the rebellion was in the village of Voganj near Ruma. From this village, on April 3, the Syrmian rebels sent a proclamations about rebellion. The leaders of the rebellion were Teodor Avramović - Voganjac (local knez - the head of the village), Andrija Popović (teacher), Pantelija Ostojić and Marko Ognjanović. However, the rebellion was named after Teodor Avramović - Tican from village of Jazak, one of the leaders of the rebellion, who advocated uncompromised fight against spahijas (feudal lords) and church oligarchy.
The rebellion was suppressed on April 9 near Bingula, but its final end was on April 14. The Austrian authorities used troops strong almost as an army to fight against the rebels. The Orthodox priests lead by metropolitan Stefan Stratimirović also helped in suppress of the rebellion. After the rebellion was suppressed, the amnesty was proclaimed for most rebels except for Tican, who was sentenced to death by torture on the wheel.
However, because of the Napoleonic Wars and war between Serbs and Turks in Karađorđe's Serbia, the Austrian authorities were forced to be lenient towards peasant rebels in Syrmia and Slavonia from several rebellions during 1806-1808, thus, in 1810, the authorities forced feudal lords to stop exessive exploatation of their peasants. Memory about Tican, the leader of the rebellion, is kept alive in people's tradition until the present day.