Karma

 
Karma
Name
Karma
Nationality
can Canada
Position
Advanced Warfare Pro, Infinite Warfare Pro, Warzone Pro, Pro Player, Personality, Modern Warfare Pro, Modern Warfare 3 Pro, Modern Warfare 2 Pro, Ghosts Pro, Black Ops 1 Pro, COD4 Modern Warfare Pro, Call of Duty Pro, Black Ops 4 Pro, Blackout Pro, Black Ops 3 Pro, Black Ops 2 Pro, WW2 Pro
Past Teams
Fariko, OpTic Nation, Surge, CompLexity, EnVy, OpTic, Evil Geniuses, Impact, FaZe
Leagues
Call of Duty Esports, COD League (CDL), Call of Duty World League, Major League Gaming
Seasons
2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
Birthday
July 17, 1993
Age
27

Karma, also known as Damon Barlow, is a Call of Duty professional player, X Games Gold Medalist and a 2013, 2014, and 2017 Call of Duty World Champion.

KARMA

Karma, also known as Damon Barlow, is a Call of Duty professional player, X Games Gold Medalist and a 2013, 2014, and 2017 Call of Duty World Champion. He has 24 major championship wins. Karma plays by the motto of “Hate losing more than you love winning”. He is one of the highest earning console players in esports history.

Karma was one of six players to be a part of the Complexity – Evil Geniuses dynasty and he was one of six players to be a part of the OpTic Gaming dynasty. He was one of six players to compete on both OpTic Gaming and OpTic Nation. Karma is one of four players to win the first ever Call of Duty Championship title in 2013.

He’s one of six players to win a Call of Duty Championship title in their first ever appearance. Karma was the first and is one of the only two players to win back to back Call of Duty World Championships. Karma is the only player to win three Call of Duty World Championships. Karma is the only Canadian player to win a Call of Duty World Championship. He is an X Games Gold Medalist and an X Games Bronze Medalist.

Karma was the analyst for the 1st week of the 1st stage of the 2017 Call of Duty World League Global Pro League and also the  2018 Call of Duty World League Championship.

On June 3rd, 2020, the Seattle Surge and Karma announced his retirement from playing competitive Call of Duty.


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TWITCH

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YouTube

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KARMA HISTORY

Karma has been a pro COD player since before 2010 playing in online tournaments for COD 4 Modern Warfare.

Karma Team History
2010 – Aug 2011
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Aug 2011 – Nov 2011
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Apr 2012 – Apr 2012
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May 2012 – Jun 2012
Nov 2012 – Apr 2013
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Nov 2013 – May 2014
May 2014 – Nov 2014
Sep 2014 – Oct 2014
Nov 2014 – Apr 2015
Apr 2015 – May 2018
May 2018 – Sep 2018
Sep 2018 – Oct 2019
Oct 2019 – June 3rd, 2020

Karma COD 4 Modern Warfare History (2009)

Karma began competing during the Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare season.


Karma COD Black Ops 1 History (2011)

Karma’s first major competition was MLG Columbus in 2011 where he placed in 10th place with his team yunGunZ. Then, Karma and the YunGunZ finished in 6th place at the 2011 MLG Anaheim tournament. Then he chose to team with Rambo and competed under the Xtravagant team name. They placed in 6th at the MLG Orlando tournament on October 16th in 2011 and in 5th place at the MLG National Championship in Providence on November 20th, 2011.

Karma COD Black Ops Tournament Results and Earnings $3,100.00 From 3 Tournaments

2011-11-20 5th MLG Providence 2011 $2,500.00
2011-10-16 6th MLG Orlando 2011 $350.00
2011-07-31 6th MLG Anaheim 2011 $250.00

Karma COD MW3 History (2012)

Like many players, Karma chose not to compete for the most part of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 season. But he did end up playing in the Machinima Frag Cup and placed 4th.

Karma COD MW3 Tournament Results and Earnings $125.00 From 1 Tournament

2012-04-15 4th Machinima Frag Cup III $125.00

Karma COD Black Ops 2 History (2013)

With the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, he joined the newly formed team Fariko Impact around November 15th, 2012. Everyone had great expectations for this roster. They competed at the Machinima Frag Cup on December 16th, 2012 and took 3rd place. Then they competed at the on December 30th, 2012 and took 3rd place. After that the team changed the roster up a little. The new roster consisted of Karma, Parasite, Killa, and Mirx. They won the online qualifier on March 8th, 2013 to be able to compete at the Winter Championship. Then on March 17th, 2013 they won the MLG Winter Championship in Dallas, Texas.

Then Karma traveled to Blackpool and won 1st place at the EGL tournament. Then, on April 7th, 2013 they won the Call of Duty World Championship in Los Angeles, California. The icing on the cake was the prize fund of $400,000. After this win, Karma was known as the best player in Call of Duty.

Karma wasn’t done yet and on April 21st, 2013, he won the UMG tournament in St Louis, Missouri. After this tournament the Fariko organization rebranded the team to be named simply “Impact“. Then on June 30th, 2013 at the Major League Gaming Spring Championship Karma and Impact finished in 2nd place. They went on to compete at the Gfinity tournament on July 14th, 2013 and they took 4th place. He joined Rich, Monksy, and MarkyB as a substitute to compete at DreamHack in Valencia on July 20th, 2013 for TCM Gaming and took 2nd place before coming back to the United States. After this tournament Karma left Impact.

Upon returning to the United States, Karma joined Envy. JKap, Proofy, Rambo, and Karma went on to compete at 9 more tournaments for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. On August 11th, 2013, they competed at the UMG Atlanta tournament and placed in the top 16. They went on to compete at the MLG Pax Prime invitational on September 2nd, 2013 and took 6th place. In October, Karma returned to London for the 2nd Gfinity tournament and again placed in 4th. After a quick turn around on October 20th he competed at the UMG Dallas tournament and placed 5th.

Karma COD Black Ops 2 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings $114,789.11 From 12 Tournaments

2013-11-03 1st MLG 5K Series 11-03-2013 $145.00
2013-10-20 5th UMG Dallas 2013 $250.00
2013-10-13 4th Gfinity 2 London 2013 $1,250.00
2013-07-20 2nd DreamHack Valencia 2013 $492.74
2013-07-14 4th Gfinity London 2013 $1,250.00
2013-06-30 2nd MLG Spring Championship 2013 $3,000.00
2013-04-21 1st UMG St. Louis 2013 $1,875.00
2013-04-07 1st Call of Duty Championship 2013 $100,000.00
2013-03-31 1st EGL 9 – Blackpool $1,026.37
2013-03-17 1st MLG Winter Championship 2013 $5,000.00
2012-12-30 3rd UMG Chicago 10K $250.00
2012-12-16 3rd Machinima Frag Cup IV $250.00

Karma COD Ghosts History (2014)

Going into the release of Call of Duty: Ghosts, Karma and EnVy still had high expectations of winning major championships. At the first event of the season on November 11th, 2013, the MLG Fall Championship, the team finished in 6th place. After this tournament he played in a 2k and then left Team EnVyUs to join compLexity. On November 20th, 2013, Karma released a video on his YouTube channel titled, “All About Me Damon Karma Barlow”.

Karma continued to prove why he is one of the best in the world to play Call of Duty as the team won their first two events together. They took 1st place at the UMG Philadelphia tournament on January 5th, 2014. Then Karma won the Call of Duty World Championship with a $400,000 prize pool on March 30th, 2014. This was his 2nd World Championship and was dubbed “Karma 2 Rings” by the Call of Duty community.

On March 30th, 2014 Karma was interviewed about his consecutive Call of Duty Championships. Then on April 13th, 2014 they won the Season 1 Playoffs of the Major League Gaming COD League. They went on to compete at the UGC Niagara tournament on May 4th, 2014 and took 1st place. Following the tournament, Karma and his teammates announced that they were leaving Complexity to join Evil Geniuses.

Karma competed at the MLG X Games Invitational tournament on June 8th, 2014, and placed 3rd winning a Bronze Medal. On June 14th, 2014, they finished 1st in the 2nd season of the Major League Gaming COD League. Then the team won the International Playoffs at the MLG Championship in Anaheim, California on June 22nd, 2014. They only lost 5 maps the entire weekend. Then, on August 3rd, 2014, at the Gfinity tournament in London, England, they finished in the top 8.

On August 10th, 2014, Karma played as a substitute on the OpTic Gaming roster for an online MLG 5k tournament and they took 1st place. Karma did not compete at the UMG Dallas tournament on August 24th, because he just became a father after his wife, Holly, had recently gave birth to their first child, Bella. Karma played as a substitute for FaZe Clan for the remainder of the Call of Duty: Ghosts season. With Censor, Apathy, and Parasite, he won the UMG Nashville tournament on October 12th, 2014.

Karma COD Ghosts Tournament Results and Earnings $122,006.76 From 16 Tournaments

2014-10-26 7th – 8th MLG CoD Ghosts League Season 3 $750.00
2014-10-12 1st UMG Nashville 2014 $3,750.00
2014-08-10 1st MLG 5K Series $445.00
2014-06-22 1st MLG Anaheim 2014 $6,250.00
2014-05-11 3rd – 4th MLG 2K Series $125.00
2014-05-04 1st UGC Niagara 2014 $2,278.01
2014-04-13 1st MLG CoD Ghosts League Season 1 $1,750.00
2014-03-30 1st Call of Duty Championship 2014 $100,000.00
2014-03-23 1st MLG 5K Series $1,150.00
2014-03-02 1st MLG 2K Series $457.50
2014-02-09 1st MLG 2K Series $535.00
2014-01-19 1st MLG 2K Series $550.00
2014-01-12 1st MLG 2K Series $516.25
2014-01-05 1st UMG Philadelphia 2014 $2,500.00
2013-12-29 1st MLG 2K Series $450.00
2013-11-24 5th – 6th MLG Fall Championship 2013 $500.00

Karma COD Advanced Warfare History (2015)
OpTic Karma

On November 8th, 2014, Karma competed with MBoze, Teep, and Proofy in an online MLG 2k tournament playing the newly released Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare under the OpTic Nation banner. Then, his wife, Holly, ended up being able to interview him for UMG on January 7th, 2015.

On February 6th, OpTic Nation finished the first season of the MLG Pro League in the top 12. On March 14th, 2015, Karma played with Scump, Crimsix, and Theory in an online UMG 2k tournament and took 1st place. Then on March 29th, Karma and OpTic Nation placed in the top 16 at the Call of Duty World Championship.

Karma was switched to the OpTic Gaming roster on April 5th, 2015 to compete with Scump, Crimsix, and Formal. Then, on April 8th, 2015, Red Bull wrote an article about Karma joining OpTic Gaming. They labeled him as OpTic Gaming’s newest power house. Later, on May 15th, 2015, he was interviewed before the UMG California event.

Karma X Games Gold Medalist
On July 11th, 2015 Karma was awarded an X Games Gold Medal.

At the 2015 UMG California tournament, on May 17th, Karma and OpTic took 1st place. On May 22nd they finished the 2nd regular season of the MLG Pro League and were in 1st place. Then they went on to win 1st place for the 2nd season of the COD Pro League Playoffs on June 7th. Then for a throw back tournament on June 12th, 2015, Karma got back together with Parasite, Killa, and Mirx to play COD Black Ops 2 under the old Impact team name and placed in the top 6.

Karma was awarded an X Games Gold Medal for winning the MLG Austin tournament on July 11th, 2015 with OpTic Gaming. Karma and OpTic Gaming took 2nd place at UMG Dallas on July 12th, 2015. After that they flew to London for the Gfinity Summer Championship on August 2nd, and they took 2nd place. On September 6th, 2015, Karma competed at the UMG Washington DC tournament and took 1st place with OpTic gaming. Then on September 14th, the 3rd season of the MLG Pro League finished and OpTic was in 1st place. They competed in the MLG Pro League Playoffs and took 2nd place to finish the 3rd and final season of the MLG Pro League for 2015 and Call of Duty Advanced Warfare. To finish off the COD Advanced Warfare season of competitive play Major League Gaming held a World Finals tournament. On October 18th, Karma and OpTic Gaming won the MLG 2015 World Finals and the $100,000 prize purse.

Karma COD Advanced Warfare Tournament Results and Earnings $63,787.00 From 28 Tournaments

2015-10-18 1st MLG World Finals 2015 $25,000.00
2015-10-11 1st MLG 10K Series $350.00
2015-10-04 1st MLG 5K Series $307.50
2015-09-27 1st MLG 10K Series $482.50
2015-09-26 1st UMG MLG 2K Series $147.50
2015-09-20 2nd MLG Pro League CoD AW Season 3 $6,250.00
2015-09-13 1st MLG 5K Series $262.50
2015-09-06 1st UMG Washington DC 2015 $6,000.00
2015-08-30 1st MLG 5K Series $317.50
2015-08-29 2nd UMG MLG 5K Series $85.00
2015-08-23 1st MLG 5K Series $322.50
2015-08-09 2nd MLG 5K Series $152.50
2015-08-02 2nd Gfinity CoD Summer Championship $6,250.00
2015-07-19 3rd – 4th MLG 10K Series $122.50
2015-07-18 2nd UMG MLG 5K Series $100.00
2015-07-12 2nd UMG Dallas 2015 $2,500.00
2015-06-28 1st MLG 10K Series $842.50
2015-06-13 2nd UMG MLG 2K Series $84.50
2015-06-07 1st MLG Pro League CoD AW Season 2 $7,500.00
2015-05-31 1st MLG 5K Series $603.75
2015-05-17 1st UMG California 2015 $4,000.00
2015-04-19 1st MLG 10K Series $930.00
2015-04-11 1st UMG MLG 2K Series $222.50
2015-03-14 1st UMG MLG 2K Series $236.25
2015-03-08 4th NA Regional Finals 2015 $250.00
2015-01-11 3rd – 4th MLG 5K Series $155.00
2014-12-06 2nd UMG MLG 2K Series $187.50
2014-11-30 7th – 8th MLG Columbus 2014 $125.00

Karma COD Black Ops 3 History (2016)

Karma stayed with OpTic Gaming to compete during the COD Black Ops 3 esports season. On December 6th, 2015, they qualified for the first ever Call of Duty World League Pro Division. The first time the team competed offline for the new game was on February 14th. They competed at the UMG South Carolina tournament and finished in the top 8. On February 18th, 2016, Call of Duty featured Karma on their YouTube channel. He discussed being a new father, his past accomplishments, and his future goals for that year.

Then, on March 23rd, Karma and OpTic Gaming finished the 1st season of the CWL Pro Division in 1st place. On April 3rd they won the 1st season CWL Pro Division Playoffs. On April 10th, 2016, the team had flown to Australia to compete at the Crown Melbourne Invititational tournament and took 1st place. Then on May 8th, they flew to Paris, France and won the Esports World Convention tournament.

Later on June 12th, Karma and OpTic won the 2016 MLG Anaheim Open tournament. On July 7th they finished in 2nd place for the 2nd season of the CWL Pro Division. Then on July 17th, they finished in the top 8 for the 2nd Season CWL Pro Division Playoffs. Then on August 7th, they bounced back and won the 2016 MLG Orlando Open tournament. For the final Call of Duty Black Ops 3 tournament of the year, Karma and OpTic gaming traveled to Inglewood, California. On September 4th, they finished in the top 8 at the 2016 Call of Duty World League Championship.

Karma COD Black Ops 3 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings $73,539.38 From 12 Tournaments

2016-09-04 7th-8th Call of Duty XP Championship 2016 $12,500.00
2016-08-07 1st MLG Orlando 2016 $10,000.00
2016-07-17 5th – 8th NA CWL Stage 2 Playoffs $4,000.00
2016-06-12 1st MLG Anaheim Open 2016 $10,000.00
2016-05-08 1st ESWC Zénith 2016 COD $5,000.00
2016-04-10 1st Crown Invitational 2016 $5,664.38
2016-04-03 1st NA CWL Stage 1 Playoffs $16,500.00
2016-03-13 1st ESL CWL Challenge Division Tier 2 Event 2 North America $2,500.00
2016-02-28 1st UMG CWL $25K Challenge Variant #2 $2,500.00
2016-02-21 1st UMG CWL Challenge Variant #1 $2,500.00
2016-02-14 5th – 8th UMG South Carolina 2016 (Championship Bracket) $875.00
2015-11-14 2nd Totino’s Invitational $1,500.00

Karma COD Infinite Warfare History (2017)

The OpTic Gaming Dynasty continued into 2017 playing Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Karma and OpTic Gaming won 4 events that year, including the 2017 Call of Duty World Championship. This cemented themselves as the greatest Call of Duty roster ever and this win allowed Karma to become the only player to have 3 World Championship rings. Later, on March 17th, 2017, Karma was interviewed at the Call of Duty World League Dallas Open. Then, on May 11th, 2017, SCUF featured Karma on their YouTube channel.

On June 17th, 2017, Karma was interviewed at the Call of Duty World League Anaheim Open.

They competed at the 2017 Call of Duty World League Championship on August 3rd and won 1st place as well as the $600,000 prize. After this tournament people renamed Karma 2 Rings to “Karma 3 Rings”.

On October 25th, 2017, an avid watcher of Karma’s Twitch streams clipped him discussing his thoughts on why he thought OpTic Gaming won the Call of Duty World League Championship. He shows his personal journal where he drew out plays for the team.

That same viewer who captured Karma showing his play book also captured Karma explaining how he went pro in Call of Duty and then uploaded the clip to his YouTube on November 26th, 2017.

 

Karma COD: Infinite Warfare $261,250.00 From 10 Tournaments

2017-08-13 1st CWL Championship 2017 $150,000.00
2017-07-30 1st CWL 2017 – Global Pro League Stage 2 $53,125.00
2017-06-18 7th – 8th CWL 2017 – Anaheim Open $1,000.00
2017-05-28 4th CWL 2017 – Global Pro League Stage 1 $13,125.00
2017-03-19 1st CWL 2017 Dallas Open $20,000.00
2017-02-26 1st MLG GameBattles 2k Series NA $500.00
2017-02-19 1st CWL 2017 Paris Open ESWC $10,000.00
2017-02-12 2nd CWL 2017 Atlanta Open $12,000.00
2017-02-05 1st MLG GameBattles 2k Series NA $500.00
2016-12-18 5th – 6th MLG CWL Las Vegas Open 2016 $1,000.00
Karma COD WW2 History (2018)

Karma and OpTic Gaming competed at the 2018 Call of Duty World League Dallas Open tournament on December 10th, 2017 and took 3rd place.  After the New Year on January 14th, the team traveled to Louisiana for the CWL New Orleans Open tournament and finished in the top 16. Then on March 11th, 2018 they placed in the top 6 competing at the CWL Atlanta Open tournament. On April 1st they finished in 4th place at the 2018 CWL Birmingham Open tournament. They finished the 1st stage of the 2018 CWL Pro League in 2nd place on April 8th.

Karma’s last tournament for Call of Duty World War 2 was April 22nd, 2018 when he competed with OpTic at the CWL Seattle Open tournament and took top 16. On May 6th, Karma left OpTic Gaming and stopped competing. On September 22nd, Karma competed in a throw back tournament with Teep, ACHES, and Crimsix to under the name “Complex” while playing Call of Duty: Ghosts and finished in the top 6.

Karma COD WW2 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings $48,375.00 From 8 Tournaments

2018-04-01 4th 2018 CWL Birmingham Open $4,000.00
2018-04-08 2nd 2018 CWL Pro League Stage 1 $33,125.00
2018-03-11 5th – 6th CWL Atlanta Open 2018 $2,000.00
2017-12-18 2nd NA CWL 2k series $125.00
2017-12-10 3rd CWL Dallas Open 2018 $8,000.00
2017-12-04 1st NA CWL 2k series $375.00
2017-11-20 1st NA CWL 2k series $375.00
2017-11-13 1st NA CWL 2k series $375.00
Karma COD Black Ops 4 History (2019)

On September 27th, 2018, Karma joined OpTic Gaming again. Call of Duty Black Ops 4 required a 5 person team. The new roster was Karma, Scump, Crimsix, TJHaly, and Dashy.

On December 9th, 2018, Karma and OpTic won 1st place at the Call of Duty World League Las Vegas tournament.

Then on May 5th, 2019 they traveled to England and took 3rd place at the CWL London tournament.

Again, on June 16th, they took 3rd place competing at the 2019 CWL Anaheim event.

On August 18th, Karma and OpTic Gaming finished in 3rd place at the 2019 Call of Duty World League Championship.

After the 2019 Call of Duty World League Championship, Karma left OpTic Gaming and became a free agent.

Karma COD Black Ops 4 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings $117,875.00 From 14 Tournaments

2019-08-18 3rd CWL Championship 2019 $28,000.00
2019-07-21 7th-8th CWL Pro League 2019 Finals $3,750.00
2019-07-05 1st-2nd CWL Pro League 2019 $16,875.00
2019-07-05 3rd CWL Pro League 2019 Player Bonuses $8,000.00
2019-06-16 3rd CWL Anaheim 2019 $10,000.00
2019-05-05 3rd CWL London 2019 $10,000.00
2019-01-27 1st CMG Prodown 2019-01-26/27 $400.00
2018-12-17 1st CMG Prodown 2018-12-16/17 $400.00
2018-12-09 1st CWL Las Vegas Open 2018 $20,000.00
2018-12-03 1st CMG Prodown 2018-12-02/03 $400.00
2018-11-19 1st CMG Prodown 2018-11-18/19 $500.00
2018-11-12 1st NA CWL 2000 Series 11-11/12 $400.00
2018-11-05 1st NA CWL 2000 Series 11-04/05 $400.00
2018-10-27 2nd Doritos Bowl 2018 $18,750.00

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2020)

Karma announced he joined the Seattle Surge for the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

Damon joined up with Major Maniak, Simp, Gunless, and Envoy for the Subliners New York Open on November 11th, 2019 and took 2nd place.

On March 7th, 2020, Karma was interviewed on YouTube about what makes Call of Duty: Modern Warfare so difficult.

On June 3rd, 2020, Karma announced his retirement from playing competitive Call of Duty. The Call of Duty League featured Karma on their YouTube channel.

With Damon ‘Karma’ Barlow announcing his retirement from competitive Call of Duty, he is most definitely deserving of a send off from some of the people who knew him the best over the years. Thank you Mr. 3x Champ and GOAT.

Karma CoD: Modern Warfare Tournament Results and Earnings $2500.00 From 7 Tournaments

2020-05-24 7th – 8th 2020 CDL Seattle Surge Home Series $ 0.00
2020-04-26 3rd – 4th 2020 CDL Chicago Huntsmen Home Series $ 2000.00
2020-04-12 7th – 8th 2020 CDL Dallas Empire Home Series $ 0.00
2020-03-08 5th – 6th 2020 CDL Los Angeles Home Series $ 0.00
2020-02-09 5th – 6th 2020 CDL London Royal Ravens Home Series $ 0.00
2020-01-26 9th – 12th 2020 CDL Launch Weekend $0.00
2019-11-11 2nd Subliners New York Open 2019 $ 500.00

Call of Duty Esports

SeasonTeam$PointsK/DK +/-Map WinsSlayer RatingAvg Slayer RatingMinor ChampionshipsMajor ChampionshipWorld Championship
2012EnVy0000000000
2013Fariko0000000000
2013Impact0000000000
2013EnVy0000000000
2013CompLexity0000000000
2014CompLexity0000000000
2014Evil Geniuses0000000000
2014FaZe0000000000
2014OpTic Nation0000000000
2015OpTic Nation0000000000
2015OpTic0000000000
2016OpTic0000000000
2017OpTic0000000000
2018OpTic0000000000
2019OpTic28000000000000
2020Surge4500000000000
Total-32500000000000

COD League (CDL)

SeasonTeam$PointsK/DK +/-Map WinsSlayer RatingAvg Slayer RatingMinor ChampionshipsMajor ChampionshipWorld Championship
2020Surge2000000000000
Total-2000000000000

Call of Duty World League

SeasonTeam$PointsK/DK +/-Map WinsSlayer RatingAvg Slayer RatingMinor ChampionshipsMajor ChampionshipWorld Championship
2016OpTic0000000000
2017OpTic0000000000
2018OpTic0000000000
2019OpTic28000000000000
Total-28000000000000

Major League Gaming

SeasonTeam$PointsK/DK +/-Map WinsSlayer RatingAvg Slayer RatingMinor ChampionshipsMajor ChampionshipWorld Championship
2012EnVy0000000000
2013Impact0000000000
2014CompLexity0000000000
2015OpTic Nation0000000000
2016OpTic0000000000
Total-0000000000

Career Total

Season$PointsK/DK +/-Map WinsSlayer RatingAvg Slayer RatingMinor ChampionshipsMajor ChampionshipWorld Championship
Total000

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