- Chris "Simp" Lehr
- United States
- Current Team
- Call of Duty, Call of Duty World League Anaheim Open, Call of Duty World League Championship, Call of Duty World League London Open, Call of Duty World League Pro League, Call of Duty World League, Call of Duty World League Miami Finals
- June 23, 2019
Chris “Simp” Lehr is a professional Call of Duty player for eUnited. He is a 2019 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 World League Miami Champion.
BEFORE CALL OF DUTY: Black Ops 4
Simp started his career at a young age, finding his passion for Call of Duty playing in Search and Destroy tournaments and Wager matches. Racking up a great reputation he made quite a name for himself as well as very high earnings. On UMG Gaming he has managed to earn over $25,000! He has a well-established fan base now with 30,000 followers on Twitter and 34,000 on his Twitch. He has secured a partnership with twitch and despite only just turning 18 years old is one of the most well-known players in the scene.
Simp exploded on to the scene during the Black Ops 3 season as he quickly became one of the best search and destroy stars in all of Call of Duty. The only problem was that Simp would not turn 18 and become eligible to compete for three more years. Simp signed with eUnited’s academy team, eUnited Cadets, in November 2017. He continued to compete and win online tournaments and dominated the North Eastern United States local LAN scene until he got his chance in Black Ops 4.
CALL OF DUTY: Black Ops 4
Simp would not turn 18 until February so he would miss the first few events but competed in as many events as he could. He won two locals and countless online tournaments up until March 8, when he officially joined eUnited’s main team as their CWL Pro League substitute. With no open spot on the team, Simp left to join FC Black for the CWL Fort Worth Open. In his first ever CWL event, Simp and FC Black dominated by only dropping 4 maps and topped it off by beating Mindfreak in the Winners Final and Grand Final. His spectacular performance was one of many reasons behind a week of rumors regarding a eUnited roster change. It was eventually announced on March 19 that he would be replacing two time world champion JKap on the active roster.
He is one of the top prospects in of the 2019 season along with his former teammates and friends, Cellium, Illey, and Shottzy. The five have played in many CMG prodowns together and have shown their skill facing off against the top teams in the world. He is a 2019 Call of Duty: World League Miami Champion.
$19,000.00 From 2 Tournaments
68.48% of Total Prize Money Earned
2019-06-16 5th-6th Team-based Tournament » CWL Anaheim 2019 – $3,000.00 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
2019-05-05 2nd Team-based Tournament CWL London 2019 – $16,000.00 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
Independent / Free Agent / Unknown Team
$8,745.00 From 7 Tournaments
31.52% of Total Prize Money Earned
2019-03-17 1st Team-based Tournament » CWL 2019 Fort Worth (Open) – $3,000.00 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
2018-12-14 2nd Team-based Tournament » BoomTV Code Red 2018-12-14 – $1,250.00 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
2018-12-01 1st Team-based Tournament CheckMate Gaming/Elite $900 3v3 Search and Destroy/2018-12-01 – $250.00 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
2018-11-23 1st Team-based Tournament CheckMate Gaming/Elite $1200 4v4 Search and Destroy/2018-11-23 – $300.00 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
2018-11-14 1st Team-based Tournament CheckMate Gaming/Elite $2000 5v5 Search and Destroy/2018-11-14 – $320.00 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
2017-11-18 1st Team-based Tournament Second Annual Memorial $10K SnD – $2,000.00 Call of Duty: World War II
2016-10-16 1st Team-based Tournament 1st Annual #Phizzurp 10K | UMG Online – $1,625.00 Call of Duty: Black Ops III
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Call of Duty World League
Call of Duty World League Anaheim Open
Call of Duty World League Championship
Call of Duty World League London Open
Call of Duty World League Miami Finals
Call of Duty World League Pro League
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