Position: WW2 Pro

WW2 Pro

Faze Simp

Simp

Simp, also known as Chris Lehr, is a professional Call of Duty player. He is a 2019 Call of Duty World Champion Champion, the 2019 CWL Pro League 2019 MVP, and the 2019 Call of Duty World League Championship MVP. Simp was named the Esports Console Rookie of the Year 2019. He previously competed under the name Simplicity. Simp is one of six players to win a Call of Duty Championship title in their first ever appearance.

Simp started his career at a young age and found his passion for competitive Call of Duty while playing in Search and Destroy tournaments and wager matches. He made a name for himself quickly by earning very high earnings and created a great reputation. Through the UMG Gaming platform he managed to earn over $25,000. He quickly established a social fan base on Twitter and Twitch.


SIMP SOCIAL MEDIA

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


TWITCH

This is the official Simp Twitch live stream.


TWITTER

This is the verified Simp Twitter feed.


SIMP HISTORY

Chris “Simp” Lehr has been a pro COD player since 2016. He’s known for his Search and Destroy game play.


Simp Team History
Nov 2017 – Mar 2019
EUnited Cadets
Mar 2019 – Mar 2019
Mar 2019 – Mar 2019
FaZe Clan Black
Mar 2019 – Oct 2019
Oct 2019 – presentAtlanta Faze

Simp COD BLACK OPS 3 History (2016)

Simp started his competitive career playing Call of Duty Black Ops 3 and became one of the best Search and Destroy stars in the community. The only thing that prevented him from competing formally in the Call of Duty League is that he wasn’t 18 years old yet. Simp signed with EUnited’s academy team, the EUnited Cadets, in November of 2017. He continued to compete and win online tournaments and dominated the North Eastern United States local LAN scene. Simp played in the 1st Annual Phizzurp Memorial $10K and won 1st place.

Simp COD Black Ops 3 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$1,625.00 From 1 Tournament

2016-10-161st1st Annual Phizzurp Memorial $10K$1,625.00

Simp COD INFINITE WARFARE History (2017)

Simp played in the 2017 UMG PS4 Winter Team Ladder Playoffs and won 1st place.

Simp COD Infinite Warfare Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$1,500.00 From 1 Tournament

2017-04-171stUMG PS4 Winter Team Ladder Playoffs$1,500.00

Simp COD WW2 History (2018)

Simp won 1st place in the 2nd Annual Phizzurp Memorial tournament on November 18th, 2017.

Simp COD WW2 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$2,000.00 From 1 Tournament

2017-11-181st2nd Annual Phizzurp Memorial $10K$2,000.00

Simp COD Black Ops 4 History (2019)

Simp did not turn 18 until February so he missed the first few events but competed in as many events as he could. He won two local tournaments and countless online tournaments up until March 8th, when he officially joined EUnited‘s main team as their CWL Pro League substitute. With no open spot on the team, he 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 was considered one of the top prospects in the Black Ops 4 season along with his former teammates and friends, Cellium, Illey, and Shottzy. They’ve played in many CMG prodown tournaments together and have shown their skill facing off against the top teams in the world.

On August 18th, Simp won the 2019 CWL Championship with EUnited. He was also named the 2019 Call of Duty World League Championship MVP.

Simp COD Black Ops 4 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$290,620.00 From 9 Tournaments

2019-08-181st2019 CWL Championship$160,000.00
2019-07-211st2019 CWL Pro League Finals$100,000.00
2019-07-056th2019 CWL Pro League Player Bonuses$6,500.00
2019-06-165th – 6thCWL Anaheim 2019$3,000.00
2019-05-052ndCWL London 2019$16,000.00
2019-03-171stCWL Fort Worth 2019$3,000.00
2018-12-142ndBoomTV Code Red$1,250.00
2018-12-011stCMG Elite $900 3v3 SND$250.00
2018-11-231stCMG Elite $1200 4v4 SND$300.00
2018-11-141stCMG Elite $2000 5v5 SND$320.00

FaZe Simp

Simp COD Modern Warfare History (2020)

Simp joined the Atlanta Faze for the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League. Then, on January 3rd, 2020 he released his first line of merchandise. On January 25th, 2020 the Call of Duty League released a video featuring him on their YouTube channel titled, “Simp: The Making of A Legend”. The video’s caption reads, “Simp is one of the hottest rookies to ever hit the competitive COD stage, and everyone knows it. He debuted in 2019 with EUnited, with whom he went on to win the 2019 CWL Championship and the Champs MVP title. Various CDL talent and players speak on what makes Simp such an amazing player.”

Atlanta Home Series

On February 23rd, 2020, the Atlanta Faze won their own Homeseries event. Simp explains in this video why Atlanta Faze are so good:

On March 6th, 2020 Dexerto released a video featuring Simp titled, “How a CoD Rookie Became the World’s Best Player in 6 Months”. The video’s caption reads, “Chris ‘Simp’ Lehr is arguably one of the most successful rookies in esports history, winning a world championship in his first year under professional Call of Duty team, eUnited.”

On March 7th, Emily Rand and ESPN interviewed him about his name, Atlanta Faze’s maturity, and their impressive display at the Los Angeles Home Series. The video description goes on to say, “After two back-to-back 3-0 games, Chris “Simp” Lehr sits down with Emily Rand to talk about Atlanta Faze’s dominant performance at the Call Of Duty League L.A. home, where they took advantage of Dallas Empire and what his name “Simp” actually means!”

Los Angeles Home Series

Simp and the Atlanta Faze placed in the Top 4 after losing to the Minnesota Rokkr in the Semi Finals on Day 2 of the 2020 Call of Duty League Los Angeles Home Series.

Chicago Huntsmen Home Series

Simp set the record for most kills in a Hardpoint match on Azhir Cave with 49 kills. Then, he broke his own record later in the tournament scoring 50 kills on the same map.

Florida Mutineers Home Series

Simp had a cold start to the tournament against the Paris Legion but ended up pulling it together in game 2 of the match at the last second during round 11 of Search and Destroy on St Petrograd.

Minnesota Home Series

Then on June 14th, Simp competed in the Minnesota Home Series tournament and took 2nd place with the Atlanta Faze.

Paris Home Series

Next, on June 21st, Faze Simp competed in the Paris Home Series tournament and finished in 2nd place for the second time in a row.

New York Home Series

Then after a long break between competitions, on July 12th, Simp and the Atlanta Faze competed in the New York Home Series and placed in the top 4.

Toronto Ultra Home Series

On July 26th, 2020, during the Toronto Ultra Home Series, Simp set the record for the highest Kill Death ratio in a Search and Destroy match with a 12.00 KD replacing the previous record of 10.00 set by Havok.

Simp COD Modern Warfare Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$48,000.00 From 9 Tournaments

2020-07-262ndCDL 2020 Week 13 – Toronto Home Series$6,000.00
2020-07-123rd – 4thCDL 2020 Week 11 – New York Home Series$2,000.00
2020-06-212ndCDL 2020 Week 10 – Paris Home Series$6,000.00
2020-06-142ndCDL 2020 Week 9 – Minnesota Home Series$6,000.00
2020-05-101stCDL 2020 Week 7 – Florida Home Series$10,000.00
2020-04-262ndCDL 2020 Week 6 – Chicago Home Series$6,000.00
2020-03-083rd – 4thCDL 2020 Week 4 – Los Angeles Home Series$2,000.00
2020-02-231stCDL 2020 Week 3 – Atlanta Home Series$10,000.00
2020-01-261stCall of Duty League 2020 Launch Weekend

Simp Warzone History (2020)

Simp competed in quite a few Warzone tournaments.

Simp Warzone Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$0.00 From 5 Tournament

2020-07-2611th – 14thWarzone Weekend 6
2020-06-2149thWarzone Weekend 3
2020-06-034thWarzone Weekend 2
2020-05-249thWarzone Weekend 1
2020-04-273rdEZAF $50k Drop-In For Charity Tournament
Owakening CDL 2020

Owakening

Owakening, also known as Joseph Conley, is a professional Call of Duty esports player. He won a championship his first tournament as a professional player.


Social Media

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


Twitch

This is the official Owakening Twitch channel.


TWITTER

This is the official Owakening Twitter feed.


GameBattles

This is the official Owakening MLG GameBattles profile.


Owakening HISTORY

Owakening Team History
May 2019 – July 2019Excalibur
July 2019 – August 2019Vanity
Dec 2019 – April 2020Sixth Gear
May 22, 2020 – presentFlorida Mutineers

Call of Duty: World War 2 (2018)

 

Owakening COD WW2 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$0.00 From 1 Tournaments

2018-01-193rd – 4thUMG Gaming Prime $1500 3v3 SND$ 0.00
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 (2019)

Owakening competed at the 2019 Call of Duty World League Championship on August 18th, 2019 and finished in the top 32. He competed in multiple online Search and Destroy tournaments and consistently finished in 1st and 2nd place.

Owakening COD Black Ops 4 Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$4,121.00 From 9 Tournaments

2019-08-1825th – 32nd2019 CWL Championship$ 2,000.00
2019-07-271st2019 CheckMate Gaming Scouting Grounds League$ 1000.00
2019-07-272ndUMG Gaming $2500 Weekly Rumble 5v5 SND$ 100.00
2019-06-013rd – 4thUMG Gaming $2500 Weekly Rumble 2v2 SND$ 125.00
2019-05-252ndUMG Gaming $2500 Weekly Rumble 4v4 SND$ 125.00
2019-05-112ndUMG Gaming $2500 Weekly Rumble 3v3 SND$ 166.00
2019-04-272ndCheckMate Gaming Elite $1000 2v2 SND$ 100.00
2019-03-202ndTeam Beyond $750 2v2 SND$ 125.00
2019-01-091stTeam Beyond $1,000 2v2 SND$ 400.00

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2020)

Owakening competed at Call of Duty Challenger events until May 22nd, 2020 when he was signed by the Florida Mutineers for the remainder of the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League.

On June 14th, 2020, Owakening and the Florida Mutineers won the Minnesota Home Series and week 9 of the Call of Duty League. The first professional tournament he played in was a Championship and he won.

It didn’t take long for the highlights to come from Owakening. He was featured on the Call of Duty League YouTube channel on June 20th, 2020 after a strong round of Search and Destroy versus the Dallas Empire during the Paris Home Series. Watch him run around the map almost picking up an Ace as he and the Florida Mutineers dismantle the Dallas Empire.

Then on June 24th, 2020, Owakening was interviewed by Jalen Lopez for a feature article on HotSpawn and he was quoted saying, “You can’t argue with how good we are.”

Owakening COD Modern Warfare Tournament Results and Esports Earnings$28,900.00 From 13 Tournaments

2020-07-193rd – 4thCDL 2020 Week 12 – London Home Series$ 2,000.00
2020-06-211stCDL 2020 Week 10 – Paris Home Series$ 10,000.00
2020-06-141stCDL 2020 Week 9 – Minnesota Home Series$ 10,000.00
2020-05-179th – 16thCDC Challengers Cup #3$ 0.00
2020-05-102ndCDC Florida Open 2020$ 400.00
2020-05-031stCDC Challengers Cup #2$ 2000.00
2020-04-262ndCDC Chicago Open 2020$ 400.00
2020-04-192ndCDC Challengers Cup #1$ 1300.00
2020-04-124thCDC Dallas Open 2020$ 0.00
2020-03-291stNational Gaming Events Season 9 Playoffs$ 500.00
2020-02-235th – 6thCDC Atlanta Open 2020$ 200.00
2020-01-2633rd – 48thCDC Launch Weekend Open 2020$ 0.00
2020-01-123rdNational Gaming Events Season 8 Playoffs$ 100.00
Owakening COD Black Ops Cold War History (2021)

On September 9th, 2020, the COD League published that the Florida Mutineers had extended Owakening’s contract for the 2021 COD Esports season.

Louqa Pro League 2019

Louqa

Louqa, also known as Luke Rigas, is a professional Call of Duty player.


SOCIAL MEDIA

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


TWITCH

This is the official Louqa Twitch live stream.


TWITTER

This is the official Louqa Twitter feed.


LOUQA HISTORY

Louqa has been a pro COD player since before 2014.

Louqa COD Modern Warfare History (2020)

Louqa joined the Paris Legion for the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League.

 

CleanX

CleanX

CleanX, also known as Tobias Juul Jonsson, is a professional Call of Duty player. He was the first player born in Denmark to qualify and play at a Call of Duty World League Championship.


SOCIAL MEDIA

This is CleanX’ official social media profiles on various platforms.


TWITCH

This is the official CleanX Twitch channel.


TWITTER

This is the verified CleanX Twitter feed.


CleanX HISTORY

CleanX has been competing in competitive Call of Duty esports since before 2018.

CleanX Team History
March 2018 – April 2018Electus Esports
Oct 2018 – Oct 2019Singularity
Oct 2019 – PresentToronto Ultra

CleanX COD Advanced Warfare History (2015)

CleanX performed well in the Gfinity XBox One Cup series during the Call of Duty Advanced Warfare esports season in 2015.

CleanX COD: Advanced Warfare Tournament Results and Earnings$76.87 From 3 Tournaments

2015-10-043rd-4thGfinity XBoxOne Cup$18.98
2015-09-043rd-4thGfinity XBoxOne Cup$18.96
2015-07-042ndGfinity XBoxOne Cup$38.93

CleanX COD WW2 History (2018)

CleanX finished in second (2nd) place at the Copenhagen Games on March 29th, 2018.

CleanX COD: WW2 Tournament Results and Earnings$42.17 From 1 Tournaments

2018-03-292ndCopenhagen Games 2018$42.17

CleanX COD Black Ops 4 History (2019)

CleanX joined Team Singularity for the 2019 Call of Duty World League season. On August 26th, 2019, he was interviewed and featured on Esports Insider’s YouTube channel regarding his run in the Call of Duty World Championship with Singularity. In this interview it was revealed that his name has nothing to do with the popular paper tissue product people use for their noses and faces.

CleanX COD: Black Ops 4 Tournament Results and Earnings$9147.30 From 5 Tournaments

2019-08-189th-12thCWL Championship 2019$7000
2019-07-215th-6thCWL Amateur Finals$1200
2019-05-059th-12thCWL London 2019$400
2019-01-271st2019 Esports Universe ACL Winter Championship$447.30
2019-01-069th-12thMLG GameBattles 2000 Series EU$100

CleanX COD Modern Warfare History (2020)

CleanX announced on October 24th, 2019 that he would be playing on the Toronto Ultra team for the inaugural season of the Call of Duty League for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Jonno Nicholson of GGIntel featured him in an article called “CleanX: On the Road to Call of Duty Stardom” on January 20th, 2020. On June 18th, 2020, he was moved to the starting line up for the Paris Legion Home Series.

CleanX COD: Modern Warfare Tournament Results and Earnings$0.00 From 0 Tournaments

2020-06-21CDL 2020 Week 10 – Paris