Crimsix, winningest Call of Duty esports player of all time, retires


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Ian “Crimsix” Porter announced his retirement from the professional career Obligations.

The 38-time champion opened in a candid YouTube video announcing his decision today, sitting in front of a campfire and speaking candidly in a way the prankster rarely did during his 14-year career.

Throughout his professional career, which really began at the beginning Covert Ops II In 2012, the Crimsix were part of two of the most important dynasties in the competition. Obligations Story: Difficulty and OpTic Gaming. crimsix dominated Covert Ops II Y ghosts coL/EG, including winning the first World Cup in 2014. He later moved on to OpTic, which he represented for several years and won many tournaments, including the most prominent. Cod Champs 2017. The Crimsix ultimately won their record third World Championship in the CDL era with the Dallas Empire in 2020.

first Hello Pro-Cod Legend will now move on to content creation, where it will continue streaming Shaking And post it on YouTube starting modern warfare 2 And in addition, it confirms that it will also compete war zone 2 tournaments

Crimsix’s illustrious career came to an untimely end after a disappointing end to 2022 Obligations league season when his New York Subliners lost to OpTic Texas in the second round Cod Champions 2022 knockout table.

Crimsix is ​​the second retiree of all time Cod Esports revenue exceeds $1.3 million.

Source: Dot Esports


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