The legendary Call of Duty player, Ian “Crimsix” Porter, has decided to retire from professional play.
One of the best to play competitive Call of Duty, Crimsix had many different dramas throughout his career and another one came up a while ago. He used to dominate the scene back in the day but last season was not near his past accomplishments. As the season came to an end, an announcement was made by one of the greatest to play the game. Crimsix has retired from competitive play and he will pursue his streaming career from now on.
Crimsix’s professional career started back in 2008. Back in the day, the competitive scene was not popular and he still did what he loved. During his career, he played for Crown Victorious, Evil, Quantic Gaming, compLexity, Evil Geniuses, OpTic Gaming, Dallas Empire, and New York Subliners. While playing for OpTic Gaming, Crimsix won countless trophies, alongside Scump, Karma, and FormaL. He won 38 Major trophies until today, making him the best in the field. He is considered as G.O.A.T. by many fans.
Despite having a very successful career, his time with New York Subliners was not optimal. They had internal issues and couldn’t solve them throughout the season. The roster changed quite a few times but they failed to play as a team. After an unsuccessful season with New York Subliners, Crimsix decided to retire from competitive play.
It is not the end of the road for him. Call of Duty’s entertainment side is also pretty strong and he will concentrate on his streams. He is a great player and his character is appreciated by many of the fans, which makes him a great streamer.