Crimsix, winningest Call of Duty esports player of all time, retires

One of the greatest is calling it quits.

Ian “Crimsix” Porter has announced his retirement from professional Call of Duty.

The 38-time champion opened up in a heartfelt YouTube video announcing his decision, sitting in front of a fire pit and speaking candidly in a way that the jokester rarely did during his 14-year career.

The former Halo pro-turned-CoD legend will now pivot to content creation, where he will stream on Twitch and post on YouTube beginning with Modern Warfare II and beyond, confirming he will also compete in Warzone 2 tournaments.

The illustrious career for Crimsix came to an untimely end after a disappointing finish to the 2022 CDL season, as his New York Subliners lost to OpTic Texas in the second round of the elimination bracket.

Crimsix retires second in all-time CoD esports earnings at over $1.3 million.

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