Position: COD4 Modern Warfare Pro

COD4 Modern Warfare Pro

MarkyB Gfinity 2017

MarkyB

MarkyB, also known as Mark Bryceland, is a professional Call of Duty player, a 2016 CWL Pro League All Star, and a professional Call of Duty coach.


Social Media

This is a list of MarkyB’s social media profiles on various platforms.


Twitch

This is the official MarkyB Twitch live stream.


Twitter

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Instagram

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GameBattles

This is the official MarkyB MLG GameBattles profile page.


MarkyB History

MarkyB started He started playing video games when he was only a young boy on the Gameboy handheld console. That was his first taste of the video game life. Gaming has always been a passion that MarkyB and his family enjoyed doing together, whether that was playing FIFA Football with his dad or competing with his sister at Super Mario Kart. He avidly competed in football and took it seriously. MarkyB had an Xbox and landed himself on an MLG GameBattles team with some friends from school. After winning Call of Duty 4 GameBattles matches, MarkyB was addicted and felt the need to compete in Call of Duty esports and be the best.


Call of Duty Black Ops 2 (2013)

 

MarkyB COD Black Ops 2 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$4,242.74 From 2 Tournaments

2013-07-202ndDreamHack Valencia 2013$492.74
2013-07-142ndGfinity London 2013$3,750.00

Call of Duty Ghosts (2014)

 

MarkyB COD Ghosts Tournament Results and Esports Earnings
$10,467.33 From 7 Tournaments

2014-11-022ndESWC 2014$1,875.00
2014-07-273rdEGL 13 – Summer Open 2014$318.32
2014-06-223rdMLG Anaheim 2014$1,500.00
2014-05-042ndEGL 12 – Spring Open 2014$685.59
2014-04-202ndi51$503.75
2014-03-021stCall of Duty EU Championship 2014$5,175.38
2013-12-011sti50$409.29

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare (2015)

 

MarkyB COD Advanced Warfare Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$7,648.71 From 37 Tournaments

2015-11-041stASTRO Gaming Championship$135.75
2015-10-292ndGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$38.29
2015-10-052ndGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$37.92
2015-10-033rd – 4thGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$18.98
2015-09-261stGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$75.90
2015-09-252ndGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$37.92
2015-09-241stGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$76.28
2015-09-203rdDreamHack London 2015$625.00
2015-09-171stGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$77.55
2015-09-131stGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$77.23
2015-09-122ndGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$38.57
2015-09-101stGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$77.30
2015-08-222ndGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$39.23
2015-08-213rd – 4thGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$19.61
2015-08-202ndGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$39.20
2015-08-163rd – 4thGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$19.56
2015-08-091stGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$77.48
2015-08-063rd – 4thGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$19.40
2015-08-024thGfinity CoD Summer Championship$1,250.00
2015-07-303rd – 4thGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$19.50
2015-07-261stGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$77.61
2015-07-222ndGfinity EU Pro League S1 2015 Premier$1,125.70
2015-07-191stGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$78.01
2015-07-173rd – 4thGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$19.50
2015-07-021stGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$78.06
2015-06-281stEGO Championship Series Qualifier$307.04
2015-06-073rd – 4thGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$19.09
2015-06-061stGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$76.35
2015-06-053rd – 4thGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$19.20
2015-06-021stGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$76.03
2015-05-293rd – 4thGfinity 4v4 CoD Xbone Cup$19.10
2015-05-033rd – 4thESWC Zenith 2015$1,500.00
2015-04-111stAnicend Amsterdam 5K$795.18
2015-04-055th – 6thGfinity Open 1$93.25
2015-03-152ndEGO AW 3$62.98
2014-12-182ndCdiscount M Cup$245.86
2014-11-233rdi53$255.08

Call of Duty Black Ops 3 (2016)

 

MarkyB COD Black Ops 3$25,830.16 From 15 Tournaments

2016-09-0413th-16thCall of Duty XP Championship 2016$5,000.00
2016-07-172ndEU CWL Stage 2 Playoffs$9,000.00
2016-07-035th-8thGfinity Summer Masters 2016$125.00
2016-06-125th-6thMLG Anaheim Open 2016$1,000.00
2016-05-153rd-4th2016 EU CWL Challenge Division Stage 2 ESL Event #1$125.00
2016-05-085th-8thESWC Zenith 2016 COD$625.00
2016-03-273rd-4thEU CWL Stage 1 Playoffs$6,000.00
2016-03-135th-8thESL CWL Challenge Division Tier 2 Event 3 Europe$62.50
2016-03-061stEGL Open London 2016$2,500.00
2016-02-281stESL CWL Challenge Division Tier 2 Event 2 Europe$500.00
2016-02-212ndESL CWL Challenge Division Tier 2 Event 1 Europe$250.00
2015-12-132ndi56$285.43
2015-11-292ndAm2Pro Peterborough$281.25
2015-11-221stGfinity 4v4 CoD PS4 Cup$37.98
2015-11-201stGfinity 4v4 CoD PS4 Cup$38.00

Call of Duty Infinite Warfare (2017)

 

MarkyB COD Infinite Warfare Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$12,975.00 From 9 Tournaments

2017-08-1317th – 24thCWL Championship 2017$3,125.00
2017-07-021stCWL 2017 – EU Last Chance Qualifier$750.00
2017-06-255th – 6thCWL Sheffield Open 2017$250.00
2017-05-2813th – 16thCWL Global Pro League 2017 – Stage 1$3,125.00
2017-04-164thCWL 2017 Birmingham Open @ i60$1,000.00
2017-04-022ndMLG GameBattles 2K Series EU$225.00
2017-02-194thCWL Paris Open ESWC 2017$2,000.00
2017-02-125th – 6thCWL Atlanta Open 2017$2,000.00
2017-01-294thCWL 2017 London Invitational$500.00

Call of Duty Modern Warfare (2020)

On August 26th, 2019, MarkyB announced he joined the Toronto Ultra for the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League.

 


 

Jkap

JKap

JKap, also known as Jordan Kaplan, is a professional Call of Duty player. He is also a back to back 2015 and 2016 two time World Champion.


SOCIAL MEDIA

TWITCH


TWITTER

JKAP HISTORY


TEAM HISTORY
2010 – 2010
Dominance
2010 – 2010travagant
2011 – 2011
IGC Pro
2011 – 2011
Apr 2012 – Sep 2013
Sep 2013 – Dec 2013
Dec 2013 – Apr 2014
Apr 2014 – Jun 2014
FaZe Red
Jun 2014 – Jan 2015
Jan 2015 – Jun 2015
Jun 2015 – Aug 2017
Oct 2017 – Oct 2018
Oct 2018 – Mar 2019
Mar 2019 – Apr 2019
Apr 2019 – Oct 2019
Oct 2019 – Sep 22nd 2020Los Angeles Optic
Sep 22nd 2020 – presentRetired

JKap COD4 Modern Warfare History (2008)

JKap started playing the Call of Duty series back in 2008 on Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.


Jkap COD MW2 history (2010)

JKap joined Xtravagant during Modern Warfare 2. During his time with them, he got 2nd at the MLG Online National Championship and 3rd place at the MLG National Championship 2010.


Jkap COD Black Ops 1 History (2011)

When Black Ops came out, JKap was on IGC Pro. He got 4th place with them at MLG $25K. After that, he joined OpTic Gaming. He found success with this team, alongside veteran players such as BigTymeR, MerK and Rambo, winning 2 championships during his run in Black Ops where he was regarded as one of the best overall players. At MLG Dallas, OpTic got 3rd place, then won MLG Columbus. At the next two tournaments, MLG Anaheim and MLG Raleigh, OpTic placed 3rd and 4th respectively. Then at MLG Orlando, OpTic took home another championship. In the final tournament of the year, MLG National Championship 2011, the team finished 3rd.


JKap COD Black Ops 2 History (2013)

After his time on OpTic, JKap joined EnVyUs. His time on EnVyUs was to be very successful. They consistently placed in the top 5, eventually taking home a championship at UGC Niagara. After Niagara, results declined somewhat, placing outside the top 8 at consecutive events. Following OpTic Gaming dropping MerK from their roster, JKap returned to the team, joining former teammates BigTymeR and NaDeSHoT, as well as Scump. The team performed well online but failed to deliver on LAN. They placed a disappointing 9th at Gfinity 2. To finish the season, they placed 2nd at the MLG Fall Invitational, which hosted only 4 teams.


JKap COD Ghosts History (2014)

At the first even of the Ghosts season, JKap and his team placed discouragingly in 13th at MLG Fall Championship. After the event, JKap was dropped and joined FaZe. His time on FaZe proved unsuccessful, failing to place in the top 5 at any event. When FaZe downsized to just one competitive team (following the dissolution of FaZe Black and FaZe Red), JKap was without a team. However though, it didn’t take long for him to find another, rejoining his previous team EnVyUs. EnVyUs’ new roster consisting of JKap, MerK, NameLeSs and FormaL was an exciting prospect in the community. They didn’t disappoint, placing 1st at Gfinity 3, crushing the competition. With fans extremely eager to see how they would perform at UMG Dallas, EnVy had a lot of momentum heading into the tournament. However, they failed to take home 1st place, losing out to Denial in the finals.


Jkap COD Advanced Warfare History (2015)

For the start of the Advanced Warfare season, FormaL was traded to OpTic, with Clayster going the other way and joining nV. However this team placed poorly at the first two events of the season, and Jkap and Clayster joined Denial Esports, teaming with Attach and Crowder. This team was very successful, placing 2nd in the MLG Pro League Season 1 Regular Season, the MLG Pro League Season 1 Playoffs, and at the Call of Duty Championship 2015: NA Regional Finals, before eventually winning the Call of Duty Championship 2015. The team stayed together for another 3 months, but failed to win an event in this time. JKap returned to Team EnVyUs, where he would remain. However, with teammates Loony, AquA and Octane, the team only performed moderately for the rest of the Advanced Warfare season. JKap finished the year with nV with a 4th place finish at MLG World Finals 2015, with essentially pick up roster with Jurd and Goonjar being loaned in for AquA and Octane.


Jkap COD Black Ops 3 (2016)

Remaining on EnVyUs, JKap had 3 new teammates for the start of the Black Ops 3 season – SlasheR, and the most successful partnership in CoD, ACHES and TeePee. However the team fell short, after qualifying for the 2016 NA CWL Stage 1 Regular Season, the team finished a disappointing 5th, and 5-8th at the 2016 NA CWL Stage 1 Playoffs. Following the retirement of TeePee, ACHES was traded to new organisation 100 Thieves, and nV picked up Apathy and John. Despite a slow start, finishing 7-8th at MLG Anaheim Open 2016, this team found consistency, coming 1st in both the 2016 NA CWL Stage 2 Regular Season (although this was only due to OpTic Gaming forfeiting 4 series due to CWL rulings and suspensions), and the 2016 NA CWL Stage 2 Playoffs. At MLG Orlando Open 2016, the final event before champs, the team finished 2nd to OpTic Gaming.

EnVyUs were placed in Group G with fellow NA team Cloud 9, EU squad Team Vitality and the Australian arm of Orbit – Team Orbit ANZ. JKap and his team won the group finishing 3-0 series count, and 9-3 map count. Due to OpTic finishing 2nd in group H, the teams met in winner’s bracket round 1. nV took the match 3-1, winning the final map (Fringe CTF) 1-0, after Karma made a notoriously questionable play with a dart, taking him out of the action while SlasheR made the only flag cap of the game. In winner’s bracket round 2, JKap and nV faced FaZe, and won the series convincingly 3-0, scoring 18 points to 8 in the Uplink on Evac. In the 3rd round of winners, they came up against the surprise package of the tournament, FAB Games eSports, in what was a closer contest than the FaZe match. nV won the Hardpoint and Uplink comfortably, but dropped the Search and Destroy 5-6. However they closed out to win the series 3-1 in the end, winning the Game 4 CTF 3-2, after John secured the match with a capture with only 22 seconds remaining. They now faced Elevate in winners finals. nV took the first map comfortably, winning Evac Hardpoint 250-100, notably all players on the team had over 1 minute in the Hardpoint. Elevate won the Search and Destroy and the Uplink though, leaving JKap and his team fighting for their tournament life. Following strong performances from Apathy and John in the Game 4 Stronghold CTF, they won the map 4-2. With the series now tied 2-2 going into Infection Search and Destroy, despite JKap only getting 2 kills, his teammates played well and the team won the map with a 6-2 victory against a team renowned for Search and Destroy. Now in Grand Finals, they faced EU team Splyce. Surprisingly, nV lost the hardpoint, a mode they had only lost twice previously in the tournament. However they won the next 3 maps with reasonable ease, and won the series 3-1, crowning them Champions for 2016 Call of Duty World League Championship.


Jkap COD Infinite Warfare History (2017)

Due to Apathy’s marriage and JKap’s and SlasheR’s school commitments, the team were less practiced than normal and placed uncharacteristically poorly at the first event of the season 2017 CWL Las Vegas Open, finishing in 9-12th place. As a result of this, and poor placing’s in the the online MLG GameBattles 2K Series tournaments, nV’s place in pools at the next event, 2017 CWL Atlanta Open was far from secure. However, winning a 2k tournament, the team just managed to have enough pro points to make pool play. They played well at the event, but fell just short, finishing 3rd. The team then flew to Paris to compete at the 2017 CWL Paris Open. Surprisingly, the team finished as poorly as they had done back in Vegas, placing 9-12th, following back to back 3-0 losses to OpTic Gaming and Splyce. The team practiced heavily after the event, knowing that their placing in Paris was well below their expected standard, and placed top 4 at both of the subsequent online 2K series. The next event for the squad was the Dallas Open, and the team did fair slightly better. Losses in pool play to OpTic, and the surprisingly strong GosuCrew who came from the Open Bracket, meant EnVy had to play through losers bracket. The team made an admirable run, beating SetToDestroyX, Cloud 9 and Luminosity, before eventually being beating in a map 5 by eventual runners up eUnited, placing JKap and EnVy in 5-6th for the event.

Despite their relatively poor placings at the first 4 events, EnVy were still high enough in the pro points rankings to qualify as the 5th seed for the 2017 CWL Global Pro League Stage 1. EnVy were placed into group red with the top EU team Splyce, the top APAC team Mindfreak, as well as fellow NA Squad Cloud 9, to compete in week 1. They began the weekend up against the overall 4th seed Splyce, and lost a close match 3-1. JKap was left to rally the squad for the rest of the weekend, and managed to do just that. EnVy won the remainder of their matches over the weekend against Cloud 9 and Mindfreak, and the team improved under JKap’s leadership, as well as some map winning plays throughout from the veteran player. For the final match against Splyce, EnVy would have to win the match 3-0 to top the group. EnVy surprised many to do just that, winning the Hardpoint and Search and Destroy narrowly, before completing the clean sweep in a more comfortable Uplink. Following their 1st place in the group stages, EnVy went to Stage 1 playoffs as a top seed. JKap and the squad were unable to play at their normal standard however, losing to both Luminosity and OpTic Gaming, placing 7-8th for the event.

Although disappointed with their placing at playoffs, but having lost to arguably the top 2 teams in Infinite Warfare, JKap was still hopeful of improvement at the 2017 CWL Anaheim Open. However the event was to be EnVy’s worst of the year so far. After a poor performance in pool play, where they lost to Epsilon eSports, Luminosity and even the team from open bracket, Rogue. Despite winning their match against Red Reserve EU, EnVy still finished last in the group as Rogue and a superior map count. Falling immediately to loser’s bracket round 1, they faced Team Allegiance. Given that the Allegiance squad was up and coming players, veterans JKap and his teammates were heavy favourites to win the match up. In a shock defeat though, JKap’s weekend hit its lowest point, as they fell 3-2, losing the game 5 Retaliation Search and Destroy in a crushing round 11, 5-6. EnVyUs placed 21st-24th, JKap’s worst ever placing at a major tournament.


Jkap COD WW2 History (2018)

JKap COD Black Ops 4 History (2019)
JKap
Evil Geniuses JKap

JKap played with the Evil Geniuses for the 2019 Call of Duty World League Championship.


Jkap COD Modern Warfare History (2020)

JKap announced he signed with Los Angeles Optic for the 2020 inaugural season of Call of Duty League. On September 3rd, 2020, JKap announced his retirement from competitive Call of Duty esports. On September 22nd the Los Angeles Optic officially announced JKap’s retirement and thanked him with a video on their YouTube channel.


Results by Game

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

$121,701.25 From 31 Tournaments

2015-10-184thMLG World Finals 2015$5,000.00
2015-09-262ndUMG/MLG 2K Series 09-26$63.75
2015-09-207th-8thMLG Pro League CoD AW Season 3$2,750.00
2015-09-064thUMG Washington D.C. 2015$1,000.00
2015-08-233rdMES Detroit 25K$750.00
2015-08-025th-8thGfinity CoD Summer Championship$625.00
2015-06-075th-6thMLG Pro League CoD AW Season 2$1,000.00
2015-05-242ndMLG 5K Series 05-24$185.00
2015-05-032ndESWC Zénith 2015 (CoD:AW)$2,500.00
2015-04-261stMLG HP 250 Series 04-26$90.00
2015-04-253rd – 4thUMG/MLG 2K Series 04-25$47.50
2015-04-183rd – 4thUMG/MLG 2K Series 04-18$50.00
2015-04-112ndUMG/MLG 2K Series 04-11$111.25
2015-03-291stCall of Duty Championship 2015$100,000.00
2015-03-082ndNA Regional Finals 2015$625.00
2015-03-012ndMLG 5K Series 03-01$270.00
2015-02-222ndMLG Pro League CoD AW Season 1$3,750.00
2015-02-153rd – 4thMLG 5K Series 02-15$130.00
2015-02-142ndUMG/MLG 2K Series 02-14$112.50
2015-02-131stMLG HP 250 Series 02-13$72.50
2015-02-011stMLG Variant 250 Series 02-01$101.25
2015-01-311stUMG/MLG 2K Series 01-31$222.50
2015-01-173rd-4thUMG/MLG 2K Series 01-17$78.75
2015-01-161stMLG Variant 250 Series 01-16$170.00
2015-01-131stMLG HP 250 Series 01-13$80.00
2015-01-103rd-4thUMG/MLG 2K Series 01-10$90.00
2014-11-305th-6thMLG Columbus 2014 (CoD:AW)$250.00
2014-11-223rd-4thUMG/MLG 2K Series 11-22$120.00
2014-11-165th-8thMLG 5K Series 11-16$100.00
2014-11-151stUMG/MLG 2K Series 11-15$831.25
2014-11-092ndMLG 5K Series 11-09$525.00

Call of Duty: Black Ops

$13,700.00 From 7 Tournaments

2011-11-203rdMLG Providence 2011$5,000.00
2011-11-191stMLG Providence 2011 All Star FFA$1,000.00
2011-10-161stMLG Orlando 2011$2,500.00
2011-08-284thMLG Raleigh 2011$700.00
2011-07-313rdMLG Anaheim 2011$1,000.00
2011-06-051stMLG Columbus 2011$2,500.00
2011-04-033rdMLG Dallas 2011$1,000.00

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

$54,184.23 From 5 Tournaments

2013-10-192ndMLG Fall Invitational 2013$1,250.00
2013-05-051stUGC Niagara 2$1,984.23
2013-04-212ndUMG St. Louis 2013$375.00
2013-04-072ndCall of Duty Championship 2013$50,000.00
2013-03-175th-6thMLG Winter Championship 2013$575.00

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

$60,750.00 From 7 Tournaments

2019-08-187th-8thCWL Championship 2019$10,000.00
2019-07-219th-10thCWL Pro League 2019 Finals$2,400.00
2019-07-051st-2ndCWL Pro League 2019$17,875.00
2019-07-0511th-12thCWL Pro League 2019$12,875.00
2019-07-058thCWL Pro League 2019 Player Bonuses$5,500.00
2018-12-092ndCWL Las Vegas Open 2018$12,000.00
2018-11-122ndNA CWL 2000 Series$100.00

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3

$231,332.50 From 12 Tournaments

2016-09-041stCall of Duty XP Championship 2016$200,000.00
2016-08-072ndMLG Orlando 2016$6,000.00
2016-07-311stMLG NA 4v4 500 CWL Pro Point Series$270.00
2016-07-171stNA CWL Stage 2 Playoffs$16,500.00
2016-06-127th-8thMLG Anaheim Open 2016$500.00
2016-04-035th-8thNA CWL Stage 1 Playoffs$4,000.00
2016-03-135th-8thESL CWL Challenge Division Tier 2 Event 2$312.50
2016-03-065th-8thESL CWL Challenge Division Tier 2 Event 1$312.50
2016-02-282nd UMG CWL $25K Challenge Variant 2$1,250.00
2016-02-215th-8thUMG CWL Challenge Variant 1$312.50
2016-02-145th-8thUMG South Carolina 2016$875.00
2015-11-145th-8thTotino’s Invitational$1,000.00

Call of Duty: Ghosts

$29,250.00 From 5 Tournaments

2014-10-261stMLG CoD Ghosts League Season 3$7,500.00
2014-08-242ndUMG Dallas 2014$1,000.00
2014-08-031stGfinity G3$7,500.00
2014-06-229th-11thMLG Anaheim 2014$750.00
2014-03-306thCall of Duty Championship 2014$12,500.00

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

$98,750.00 From 5 Tournaments

2017-08-132ndCWL Championship 2017$50,000.00
2017-07-302ndCWL 2017 – Global Pro League Stage 2$33,125.00
2017-05-287th-8thCWL 2017 – Global Pro League Stage 1$5,625.00
2017-03-195th-6thCWL 2017 Dallas Open$2,000.00
2017-02-123rdCWL 2017 Atlanta Open$8,000.00

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

$750.00 From 1 Tournament

2010-11-073rdMLG Dallas 2010$750.00

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

$200.00 From 1 Tournament

2012-04-292ndUMG Classic Chicago$200.00

Call of Duty: World War 2

$94,250.00 From 14 Tournaments

2018-08-195th-6th CWL Championship 2018$13,750.00
2018-07-299th-10th2018 CWL Pro League Stage 2$3,125.00
2018-06-173rd2018 CWL Anaheim Open$8,000.00
2018-04-227th-8th2018 CWL Seattle Open$1,000.00
2018-04-083rd2018 CWL Pro League Stage 1$23,125.00
2018-04-011st2018 CWL Birmingham Open$20,000.00
2018-03-113rdCWL Atlanta Open 2018$8,000.00
2018-01-142ndCWL New Orleans Open 2018$12,000.00
2018-01-082ndNA CWL 2000 series$125.00
2017-12-171st2018 CWL Northern Arena Showdown$3,750.00
2017-12-107th-8thCWL Dallas Open 2018$1,000.00
2017-12-042ndNA CWL 2000 series$125.00
2017-11-202ndNA CWL 2000 series$125.00
2017-11-132ndNA CWL 2000 series$125.00
Karma

Karma

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.


Karma Social Media

This is a list of Karma’s social media accounts.


TWITCH

This is the official Karma Twitch channel.


YouTube

This is a playlist of all of the official Karma Youtube channel videos.


Twitter

This is the verified Karma Twitter feed.


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
yunGunZ
Aug 2011 – Nov 2011
 XtravagantlogoXtravagant
Apr 2012 – Apr 2012
ApeX.CollapselogoapeX.Collapse
May 2012 – Jun 2012
Nov 2012 – Apr 2013
Apr 2013 – July 2013
Jul 2013 – Nov 2013
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

2011-11-205thMLG Providence 2011$2,500.00
2011-10-166thMLG Orlando 2011$350.00
2011-07-316thMLG 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

2012-04-154thMachinima 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

2013-11-031stMLG 5K Series 11-03-2013$145.00
2013-10-205thUMG Dallas 2013$250.00
2013-10-134thGfinity 2 London 2013$1,250.00
2013-07-202ndDreamHack Valencia 2013$492.74
2013-07-144thGfinity London 2013$1,250.00
2013-06-302ndMLG Spring Championship 2013$3,000.00
2013-04-211stUMG St. Louis 2013$1,875.00
2013-04-071stCall of Duty Championship 2013$100,000.00
2013-03-311stEGL 9 – Blackpool$1,026.37
2013-03-171stMLG Winter Championship 2013$5,000.00
2012-12-303rdUMG Chicago 10K$250.00
2012-12-163rdMachinima 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

2014-10-267th – 8thMLG CoD Ghosts League Season 3$750.00
2014-10-121stUMG Nashville 2014$3,750.00
2014-08-101stMLG 5K Series$445.00
2014-06-221stMLG Anaheim 2014$6,250.00
2014-05-113rd – 4thMLG 2K Series$125.00
2014-05-041stUGC Niagara 2014$2,278.01
2014-04-131stMLG CoD Ghosts League Season 1$1,750.00
2014-03-301stCall of Duty Championship 2014$100,000.00
2014-03-231stMLG 5K Series$1,150.00
2014-03-021stMLG 2K Series$457.50
2014-02-091stMLG 2K Series$535.00
2014-01-191stMLG 2K Series$550.00
2014-01-121stMLG 2K Series$516.25
2014-01-051stUMG Philadelphia 2014$2,500.00
2013-12-291stMLG 2K Series$450.00
2013-11-245th – 6thMLG 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

2015-10-181stMLG World Finals 2015$25,000.00
2015-10-111stMLG 10K Series$350.00
2015-10-041stMLG 5K Series$307.50
2015-09-271stMLG 10K Series$482.50
2015-09-261stUMG MLG 2K Series$147.50
2015-09-202ndMLG Pro League CoD AW Season 3$6,250.00
2015-09-131stMLG 5K Series$262.50
2015-09-061stUMG Washington DC 2015$6,000.00
2015-08-301stMLG 5K Series$317.50
2015-08-292ndUMG MLG 5K Series$85.00
2015-08-231stMLG 5K Series$322.50
2015-08-092ndMLG 5K Series$152.50
2015-08-022ndGfinity CoD Summer Championship$6,250.00
2015-07-193rd – 4thMLG 10K Series$122.50
2015-07-182ndUMG MLG 5K Series$100.00
2015-07-122ndUMG Dallas 2015$2,500.00
2015-06-281stMLG 10K Series$842.50
2015-06-132ndUMG MLG 2K Series$84.50
2015-06-071stMLG Pro League CoD AW Season 2$7,500.00
2015-05-311stMLG 5K Series$603.75
2015-05-171stUMG California 2015$4,000.00
2015-04-191stMLG 10K Series$930.00
2015-04-111stUMG MLG 2K Series$222.50
2015-03-141stUMG MLG 2K Series$236.25
2015-03-084thNA Regional Finals 2015$250.00
2015-01-113rd – 4thMLG 5K Series$155.00
2014-12-062ndUMG MLG 2K Series$187.50
2014-11-307th – 8thMLG 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

2016-09-047th-8thCall of Duty XP Championship 2016$12,500.00
2016-08-071stMLG Orlando 2016$10,000.00
2016-07-175th – 8thNA CWL Stage 2 Playoffs$4,000.00
2016-06-121stMLG Anaheim Open 2016$10,000.00
2016-05-081stESWC Zénith 2016 COD$5,000.00
2016-04-101stCrown Invitational 2016$5,664.38
2016-04-031stNA CWL Stage 1 Playoffs$16,500.00
2016-03-131stESL CWL Challenge Division Tier 2 Event 2 North America$2,500.00
2016-02-281stUMG CWL $25K Challenge Variant #2$2,500.00
2016-02-211stUMG CWL Challenge Variant #1$2,500.00
2016-02-145th – 8thUMG South Carolina 2016 (Championship Bracket)$875.00
2015-11-142ndTotino’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

2017-08-131stCWL Championship 2017$150,000.00
2017-07-301stCWL 2017 – Global Pro League Stage 2$53,125.00
2017-06-187th – 8thCWL 2017 – Anaheim Open$1,000.00
2017-05-284thCWL 2017 – Global Pro League Stage 1$13,125.00
2017-03-191stCWL 2017 Dallas Open$20,000.00
2017-02-261stMLG GameBattles 2k Series NA$500.00
2017-02-191stCWL 2017 Paris Open ESWC$10,000.00
2017-02-122ndCWL 2017 Atlanta Open$12,000.00
2017-02-051stMLG GameBattles 2k Series NA$500.00
2016-12-185th – 6thMLG 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

2018-04-014th2018 CWL Birmingham Open$4,000.00
2018-04-082nd2018 CWL Pro League Stage 1$33,125.00
2018-03-115th – 6thCWL Atlanta Open 2018$2,000.00
2017-12-182ndNA CWL 2k series$125.00
2017-12-103rdCWL Dallas Open 2018$8,000.00
2017-12-041stNA CWL 2k series$375.00
2017-11-201stNA CWL 2k series$375.00
2017-11-131stNA 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

2019-08-183rdCWL Championship 2019$28,000.00
2019-07-217th-8thCWL Pro League 2019 Finals$3,750.00
2019-07-051st-2ndCWL Pro League 2019$16,875.00
2019-07-053rdCWL Pro League 2019 Player Bonuses$8,000.00
2019-06-163rdCWL Anaheim 2019$10,000.00
2019-05-053rdCWL London 2019$10,000.00
2019-01-271stCMG Prodown 2019-01-26/27$400.00
2018-12-171stCMG Prodown 2018-12-16/17$400.00
2018-12-091stCWL Las Vegas Open 2018$20,000.00
2018-12-031stCMG Prodown 2018-12-02/03$400.00
2018-11-191stCMG Prodown 2018-11-18/19$500.00
2018-11-121stNA CWL 2000 Series 11-11/12$400.00
2018-11-051stNA CWL 2000 Series 11-04/05$400.00
2018-10-272ndDoritos 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

2020-05-247th – 8th2020 CDL Seattle Surge Home Series$ 0.00
2020-04-263rd – 4th2020 CDL Chicago Huntsmen Home Series$ 2000.00
2020-04-127th – 8th2020 CDL Dallas Empire Home Series$ 0.00
2020-03-085th – 6th2020 CDL Los Angeles Home Series$ 0.00
2020-02-095th – 6th2020 CDL London Royal Ravens Home Series$ 0.00
2020-01-269th – 12th2020 CDL Launch Weekend$0.00
2019-11-112ndSubliners New York Open 2019$ 500.00
Crimsix

Crimsix

Crimsix, also known as Ian Porter, is a professional Call of Duty player and a professional Halo player. He is a 2014 and 2017 and 2020 Call of Duty World Champion. He is an XGames Call of Duty Gold Medalist. Crimsix is known as the “Winningest Call of Duty Player Ever” with 37 Championship and he has held this title since May of 2015. He was the first person in the world to earn the title of “Major League Gaming Pro Player”, in both Halo and Call of Duty. He is tied with Clayster and Karma for the most Call of Duty World Championships with three rings.

The name Crimsix is derived from his old gamertag, Criminal, combined with his number from sports, six. He changed his in game ID going into the Call of Duty League 2020 Season from Crimsix to C6. He tweeted after the first event that he still wanted to be called Crimsix.

He was one of six players to be a part of the compLexity – Evil Geniuses dynasty and he won a total of 14 events with them. He was one of six players to be a part of the OpTic Gaming dynasty and he won a total of 18 tournaments with them. Ian Porter is the only player in Call of Duty who has won 5 back to back ESWC Championships.

Crimsix is tied with Dashy and Seany for the most kills in a single 4v4 Search and Destroy match at a major championship with 20 kills. He set this record versus FaZe Clan at MLG Anaheim in 2014.


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CRIMSIX HISTORY

Crimsix started to recognize the better developed players competing at Major League Gaming (MLG) events across the country in 2008. Crimsix saw an opportunity to play more competitively through the online tournaments on Gamebattles website.

Team HistoryHalo ReachBlack Ops 2GhostsAdvanced WarfareBlack Ops 3Infinite WarfareWW2Black Ops 4Modern WarfareWarzoneCold WarVanguard
Crimsix Team history
2009 – 2009
Evil (COD)
2011 – 2011
Door Equals Gym (HALO)
2011 – 2011
Capital Punishment (HALO)
2011 – 2011
(THO) Evil (HALO)
2011 – 2011
apeX Revolution (HALO)
2012 – 2012
Warriors (HALO)
Nov 2012 – Dec 2012
Quantic Gaming (COD)
Dec 2012 – May 2014
compLexity  (COD)
May 2014 – Nov 2014
Nov 2014 – Oct 2019
Oct 2019 – Sep 2021
Oct 2021 – Present
Crimsix HALO REACH History (2011)

Crimsix won $3250 from four tournaments while competing on Halo Reach with various teams. He took 4th place at MLG Columbus, then 7th place at MLG Raleigh, then 7th place at MLG Orlando, and finally, he placed in the top 6 at the 2012 MLG Winter Championship.

Crimsix Halo Reach Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$3,250.00 From 4 Tournaments

2012-03-255th – 6th2012 MLG Winter Championship$850.00
2011-10-167thMLG Orlando 2011$500.00
2011-08-287thMLG Raleigh 2011$500.00
2011-06-054thMLG Columbus 2011$1,400.00
Crimsix COD Black Ops 2 History (2013)

Halo: Reach was dropped from the Major League Gaming Pro Circuit in 2012. Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 was added to the circuit and Crimsix joined compLexity Gaming to compete.

Crimsix became the first ever professional gamer in both Halo and Call of Duty.

Ian was immediately successful and won the Machinima Frag Cup IV. Over the course of the Black Ops 2 season he won $55,917.50 from 13 different tournaments.

Crimsix placed 4th at the 2013 MLG Winter Championship. They also took 4th place at Activision’s 2013 Call of Duty Championship.

Crimsix and compLexity Gaming dominated the second half of the Black Ops 2 season winning almost every single event. They won the 2013 MLG Spring Championship, Gfinity London 2013, UMG Atlanta 2013, Gfinity 2, the 2013 MLG Fall Invitational and ESWC 2013. They also won 2 MLG 5k Series in September. They took 2nd place at the PAX Prime Call of Duty Invitational.

Crimsix  COD Black Ops 2 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$55,917.50 From 13 Tournaments

2013-11-031stESWC 2013$2,500.00
2013-10-191st2013 MLG Fall Invitational$2,500.00
2013-10-131stGfinity 2 London 2013$7,500.00
2013-09-141stMLG 5K Series$362.50
2013-09-071stMLG 2K Series$180.00
2013-09-022ndPAX Prime Call of Duty Invitational$625.00
2013-08-111stUMG Atlanta 2013$1,875.00
2013-07-141stGfinity London 2013$7,500.00
2013-06-301st2013 MLG Spring Championship$5,000.00
2013-04-074th2013 Call of Duty Championship$25,000.00
2013-03-174th2013 MLG Winter Championship$1,000.00
2012-12-302ndUMG Chicago 10K$375.00
2012-12-161stMachinima Frag Cup IV$1,500.00
Crimsix COD Ghosts history (2014)

CompLexity Gaming and Crimsix continued their dominance into the Call of Duty: Ghosts season.

The team released Clayster and signed Karma after they won the 2013 MLG Fall Championship.  Crimsix and the new lineup with Karma won the 2014 UMG Philadelphia event.

Crimsix entered the 2014 Call of Duty Championship with the number two seed. In the Winner’s Bracket Final, they faced OpTic Gaming in a match that many predicted for the Grand Final. The compLexity team managed to pull through 3-2 but made it difficult for themselves after they recovered from a second half, 18 point deficit in Game 4 to take it to a deciding Game 5, which they won 6-0 including an 11-0 game from Crimsix. They advanced to the Grand Final to face Team Envy. Complexity defeated Team Envy 3 games to 0 and won the first place prize of $400,000 and a Championship ring.

Two weeks later, the team traveled to PAX East in Boston to take part in the MLG CoD League Season 1 Playoffs. They got revenge on Strictly Business, beating them in Grand Final to become Season 1 champions.

At the beginning of May, Crimsix and the team participated in UGC Niagara 2014. The event was far from smooth for the team as they were knocked into the Loser’s Bracket early by an amateur team. Then they were nearly knocked out of the event as they went to a Game 5 Round 11, but Crimsix and the team managed to clutch the game. They went on a massive run through the Loser’s Bracket all the way to the final, where they faced Team Envy. Coming from the Lower Bracket, Crimsix and compLexity needed to win two best of 5 series. They managed to win the event by beating Envy 6 to 0 in map count winning both best of 5 series.

Crimsix COD Ghosts Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$124,686.76 From 14 Tournaments

2014-11-021stESWC 2014$3,125.00
2014-06-221stMLG Anaheim 2014$6,250.00
2014-05-113rd – 4thMLG 2K Series$125.00
2014-05-041stUGC Niagara 2014$2,278.01
2014-04-131stMLG CoD Ghosts League Season 1$1,750.00
2014-03-301stCall of Duty Championship 2014$100,000.00
2014-03-231stMLG 5K Series$1,150.00
2014-03-021stMLG 2K Series$457.50
2014-02-091stMLG 2K Series$535.00
2014-01-191stMLG 2K Series$550.00
2014-01-121stMLG 2K Series$516.25
2014-01-051stUMG Philadelphia 2014$2,500.00
2013-12-291stMLG 2K Series$450.00
2013-11-241st2013 MLG Fall Championship$5,000.00
Crimsix COD Advanced Warfare History (2015)

Moving into the Call of Duty Advanced Warfare esports season it was abundantly clear that Evil Geniuses were splitting up. After winning ESWC 2014, the roster was released from their contracts and rumors began circulating that Crimsix would join OpTic Gaming. OpTic released ProoFy and Clayster and replaced them with Crimsix and FormaL. They started the new game well and were ranked 1st going into the MLG Columbus Open 2014 tournament and finished in 2nd place finish at the event.

After the New Year in 2015, OpTic were looking to improve on their 2nd place finish from the MLG Columbus tournament. The first event of the new year was the UMG Orlando tournament. Crimsix didn’t win a map on the first day of matches. Then, on Saturday and Sunday, the next two days of the UMG Orlando event, they flipped the switch and won 1st place in the tournament.

After MLG Columbus, the team participated in Season 1 of the MLG Pro League. Crimsix finished the season in 1st place with a record of 38 wins and 6 losses. The team had two individual streaks of 12 wins and 17 wins each. Crimsix won 1st place at the MLG Pro League playoffs which took place in Columbus, Ohio between February 20th and 22nd.

After the playoffs, he won 1st place at the 2015 NA Regional Finals. Crimsix finished in the top 8 at the 2015 Call of Duty Championship on March 29th. Then, on May 3rd, he won the 2015 ESWC tournament. Next, Crimsix won 1st place at the UMG California tournament on May 17th, 2015.

Crimsix won 1st place at the 2nd Season of the MLG Pro League playoffs. He took 2nd place at the Gfinity CoD Summer Championship on August 2nd. Then, Crimsix won the UMG Washington DC tournament on September 6th, 2015. Next, he took 2nd place in the third season of the MLG Pro League playoffs. Finally, Crimsix took first place at the 2015 MLG World Finals on October 18th.

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Crimsix COD Advanced Warfare Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$103,207.50 From 54 Tournaments

2015-10-181st2015 MLG World Finals$25,000.00
2015-10-111stMLG 10K Series$350.00
2015-10-041stMLG 5K Series$307.50
2015-09-271stMLG 10K Series$482.50
2015-09-261stUMG MLG 2K Series$147.50
2015-09-202ndMLG Pro League CoD AW Season 3$6,250.00
2015-09-131stMLG 5K Series$262.50
2015-09-061stUMG Washington DC 2015$6,000.00
2015-08-301stMLG 5K Series$317.50
2015-08-292ndUMG MLG 5K Series$85.00
2015-08-231stMLG 5K Series$322.50
2015-08-092ndMLG 5K Series$152.50
2015-08-022ndGfinity CoD Summer Championship$6,250.00
2015-07-193rd – 4thMLG 10K Series$122.50
2015-07-182ndUMG MLG 5K Series$100.00
2015-07-122ndUMG Dallas 2015$2,500.00
2015-06-281stMLG 10K Series$842.50
2015-06-071stMLG Pro League CoD AW Season 2$7,500.00
2015-05-311stMLG 5K Series$603.75
2015-05-171stUMG California 2015$4,000.00
2015-05-101stGfinity CoD Spring Masters I$3,750.00
2015-05-031stESWC Zenith 2015$5,000.00
2015-04-261stMLG 5K Series$756.25
2015-04-252ndUMG MLG 2K Series$95.00
2015-04-191stMLG 10K Series$930.00
2015-04-111stUMG MLG 2K Series$222.50
2015-03-297th2015 Call of Duty Championship$8,750.00
2015-03-211stUMG MLG 2K Series$227.50
2015-03-152ndMLG 5K Series$227.50
2015-03-141stUMG MLG 2K Series$236.25
2015-03-081st2015 NA Regional Finals$1,250.00
2015-02-281stUMG MLG 2K Series$200.00
2015-02-221stMLG Pro League CoD AW Season 1$7,500.00
2015-02-151stMLG 5K Series$518.75
2015-02-143rd – 4thUMG MLG 2K Series$56.25
2015-01-251stMLG 5K Series$608.75
2015-01-242ndUMG MLG 2K Series$135.00
2015-01-181stMLG 5K Series$578.75
2015-01-171stUMG MLG 2K Series$317.50
2015-01-161stMLG Variant 250 Series$170.00
2015-01-113rd – 4thMLG 5K Series$155.00
2015-01-101stUMG MLG 2K Series$360.00
2015-01-041stUMG Orlando 2015$3,750.00
2014-12-283rd – 4thMLG 5K Series$160.00
2014-12-222ndMLG HP 250 Series$60.00
2014-12-221stUMG MLG 5K Series$353.75
2014-12-141stMLG 5K Series$680.00
2014-12-132ndUMG MLG 2K Series$152.50
2014-12-071stMLG 5K Series$750.00
2014-11-302ndMLG Columbus 2014$1,500.00
2014-11-231stMLG 10K Series$1,060.00
2014-11-223rd – 4thUMG MLG 2K Series$120.00
2014-11-171stMLG HP 250 Series$180.00
2014-11-161stMLG 5K Series$800.00
Crimsix COD Black Ops 3 History (2016)

Crimsix remained the In Game Leader, or IGL, for the Call of Duty Black Ops 3 esports season for OpTic Gaming. He and OpTic won 5 events during the Black Ops 3 season. Then, Crimsix placed in the top 8 at the 2016 Call of Duty XP Championship.

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

2016-09-047th – 8th2016 Call of Duty XP Championship$12,500.00
2016-08-071stMLG Orlando 2016$10,000.00
2016-07-175th – 8thNA CWL Stage 2 Playoffs$4,000.00
2016-06-121stMLG Anaheim Open 2016$10,000.00
2016-05-081stESWC Zenith 2016 COD$5,000.00
2016-04-101st2016 Crown Invitational$5,664.38
2016-04-031stNA CWL Stage 1 Playoffs$16,500.00
2016-03-131stESL CWL Challenge Division Tier 2 Event 2 NA$2,500.00
2016-02-281stUMG CWL $25K Challenge Variant 2$2,500.00
2016-02-211stUMG CWL Challenge Variant 1$2,500.00
2016-02-145th – 8thUMG South Carolina 2016$875.00
2015-11-142ndTotino’s Invitational$1,500.00
Crimsix COD Infinite Warfare History (2017)

Crimsix stayed with OpTic Gaming for the COD Infinite Warfare esports season as their In Game Leader (IGL). Together, Crimsix and OpTic Gaming won 4 events and were clearly the crowd favorites at each event. Crimsix won his 2nd championship ring with OpTic Gaming by winning the 2017 Call of Duty World League Championship.

Crimsix COD Infinite Warfare Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$261,250.00 From 10 Tournaments

2017-08-131st2017 CWL Championship$150,000.00
2017-07-301stCWL 2017 Global Pro League Stage 2$53,125.00
2017-06-187th-8thCWL 2017 Anaheim Open$1,000.00
2017-05-284thCWL 2017 Global Pro League Stage 1$13,125.00
2017-03-191stCWL 2017 Dallas Open$20,000.00
2017-02-261stMLG GB 2K Series$500.00
2017-02-191stCWL 2017 Paris Open ESWC$10,000.00
2017-02-122ndCWL 2017 Atlanta Open$12,000.00
2017-02-051stMLG GB 2K Series$500.00
2016-12-185th – 6thMLG CWL Las Vegas Open 2016$1,000.00
Crimsix COD WW2 History (2018)

On December 10th, 2017, Crimsix took 3rd place at the 2018 CWL Dallas Open tournament. Then he took 2nd place in the 1st stage of the 2018 Call of Duty Pro League. Next Crimsix finished in the top 6 at the CWL Anaheim Open tournament on June 17th. Finally, Crimsix finished the COD WW2 esports season with a top 24 finish at the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championship on August 19th.

Crimsix COD WW2 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$59,500.00 From 12 Tournaments

2018-08-1917th – 24th2018 CWL Championship$3,125.00
2018-07-297th – 8th2018 CWL Pro League Stage 2$5,625.00
2018-07-161stCWL Pro League Challenge$375.00
2018-06-175th – 6th2018 CWL Anaheim Open$2,000.00
2018-04-082nd2018 CWL Pro League Stage 1$33,125.00
2018-04-014th2018 CWL Birmingham Open$4,000.00
2018-03-115th – 6thCWL Atlanta Open 2018$2,000.00
2017-12-182ndNA CWL 2000 series$125.00
2017-12-103rdCWL Dallas Open 2018$8,000.00
2017-12-041stNA CWL 2000 series$375.00
2017-11-201stNA CWL 2000 series$375.00
2017-11-131stNA CWL 2000 series$375.00
Crimsix COD Black Ops 4 History (2019)

Crimsix took 1st place at the CWL Las Vegas Open tournament on December 9th, 2018. Then, after the new year, on May 5th, 2019 he traveled to the United Kingdom to compete at the CWL London tournament and he finished in 3rd place. Next at the CWL Anaheim tournament on June 16th, Crimsix took 3rd place. At the CWL Pro League Finals on July 21st he finished in the top 8 after finishing in the top two spots of the league. Finally, on August 18th, Crimsix competed at the CWL Championship and took 3rd place. After the 2019 Call of Duty World League Championship Crimsix left OpTic Gaming.

Crimsix COD Black Ops 4 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$99,558.33 From 13 Tournaments

2019-08-183rd2019 CWL Championship$28,000.00
2019-07-217th – 8th2019 CWL Pro League Finals$3,750.00
2019-07-051st – 2ndCWL Pro League 2019$16,875.00
2019-07-053rdCWL Pro League 2019 Player Bonuses$8,000.00
2019-06-163rdCWL Anaheim 2019$10,000.00
2019-05-053rdCWL London 2019$10,000.00
2019-01-271stCMG Pro Down$400.00
2018-12-171stCMG Pro Down$400.00
2018-12-091stCWL Las Vegas Open 2018$20,000.00
2018-12-031stCMG Pro Down$400.00
2018-11-191stCMG Pro Down$500.00
2018-11-121stNA CWL 2000 Series$400.00
2018-11-051stNA CWL 2000 Series$400.00
2018-10-281stCMG Elite $1500 3v3 SND$433.33
Crimsix COD Modern Warfare History (2020)

On October 18th, 2019 Crimsix announced that he had joined Dallas Empire for the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

The Call of Duty League invited Crimsix to write an editorial as a guest on their website, and on October 23rd, 2019, Ian Porter published “Crimsix Build An Empire”. In the article Crimsix wrote about the end of his OpTic Gaming run and his future with the Dallas Empire. An excerpt from the article reads:

“Imagine spending an entire year of your career babysitting. That’s what Black Ops 4 felt like.”

He finished in the top twelve during the Launch Weekend tournament on January 24th, 2020. On February 9th, Crimsix and the Dallas Empire traveled to London for the 2nd week of the Call of Duty League. They took 2nd place in the London Home Series tournament earning $6,000 each.

Then on March 8th, 2020, Crimsix won the Los Angeles Home Series tournament, his 34th major Championship, and $10,000. Next on April 12th, he finished in the top four at the Dallas Home Series tournament earning himself $2,000.

Two weeks later on April 26th, Crimsix won his 35th major Championship title of the season and $10,000 by winning the Chicago Home Series tournament. Later, on June 14th, he finished in the top four at the Minnesota Home Series tournament earning $2000. One week later, on June 21st, he finished in the top four teams again at the Paris Home Series earning another $2,000.

A month later on July 19th, Crimsix won the London Home Series, his 36th major Championship title of the year, and $10,000. Then for the final regular season tournament of the year he finished in the top four at the Toronto Home Series earning $2,000.

On August 30th, 2020, Crimsix won the Call of Duty League World Championship earning his 3rd World Championship ring, his 37th Major Championship title, and $300,000, cementing his name as the Winningest COD Player of All Time.

Crimsix COD Modern Warfare Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$353,000.00 From 12 Tournaments

2020-08-301st2020 COD League World Championship$300,000.00
2020-07-263rd – 4thCDL 2020 Week 13 – Toronto Home Series$2,000.00
2020-07-191stCDL 2020 Week 12 – London Home Series$10,000.00
2020-06-213rd – 4thCDL 2020 Week 10 – Paris Home Series$2,000.00
2020-06-143rd – 4thCDL 2020 Week 9 – Minnesota Home Series$2,000.00
2020-04-261stCDL 2020 Week 6 – Chicago Home Series$10,000.00
2020-04-123rd – 4thCDL 2020 Week 5 – Dallas Home Series$2,000.00
2020-03-081stCDL 2020 Week 4 – Los Angeles Home Series$10,000.00
2020-02-092ndCDL 2020 Week 2 – London Home Series$6,000.00
2020-01-249th – 12thCDL 2020 Launch Weekend
2019-12-201stBoomTV Code Red$6,500.00
2019-10-291stBoomTV Code Red$2,500.00
Crimsix Warzone History (2020)

On May 13th, Crimsix joined up with Aydan to compete in the 8th week of the Warzone Wednesday tournament and took 2nd place.

Crimsix COD Warzone Tournament Results and Esports Earnings
$25,200.00 From 9 Tournaments

2021-06-2311thWorld Series Of Warzone – NA Trios$1,000.00
2020-11-051stHusKerrs Howl: Day 3$10,000.00
2020-09-102ndVikkstar’s Warzone Showdown: Week 3$3,000.00
2020-07-261stCDL Warzone Weekend: Week 6$2,000.00
2020-06-2319thTwitch Rivals COD Warzone Showdown NA (June 2020)$200.00
2020-04-283rdNICKMERCS MFAM Gauntlet April Main Event$2,000.00
2020-03-264thTwitch Rivals Warzone Streamer Showdown NA #2 (March 2020)$1,000.00
2020-03-254thTwitch Rivals Warzone Streamer Showdown NA #1 (March 2020)$1,000.00
2020-03-191stBoomTV Code Green 2020-03-19$5,000.00
Crimsix COD Black Ops Cold War History (2021)

On August 27th, 2021 Crimsix was released from Dallas Empire and announced his restricted free agent status on Twitter.

Crimsix COD Black Ops Cold War Tournament Results and Esports Earnings
$167,500.00 From 6 Tournaments

2021-08-223rdCall of Duty League Championship 2021$75,000.00
2021-08-014thCall of Duty League 2021 – Stage 5 Major$10,000.00
2021-06-202ndCall of Duty League 2021 – Stage 4 Major$30,000.00
2021-05-167th-8thCall of Duty League 2021 – Stage 3 Major$2,500.00
2021-04-113rdCall of Duty League 2021 – Stage 2 Major$20,000.00
2021-03-072ndCall of Duty League 2021 – Stage 1 Major$30,000.00
Crimsix COD Vanguard History (2022)

On October 22nd, 2021 Crimsix announced that he joined the NY Subliners for the 2022 professional Call of Duty esports season.

Crimsix COD Vanguard Tournament Results and Esports Earnings
$0.00 From 0 Tournaments