Crimsix, the greatest Call of Duty esports player of all time, is about to retire

Crimsix, the greatest Call of Duty esports player of all time, is about to retire ...

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

Today, the 38-time champion opened up in a heartfelt YouTube video, sitting in front of a fire pit and speaking openly in a way that the jokester seldom did during his 14-year career.

Crimsix was a member of two of the best dynasties in competitiveCall of Dutyhistory: Complexity and OpTic Gaming. He won his first world championship with the Dallas Empire in 2017 and then his third CDL championship with the Dallas Empire in 2020.

The former Halo pro-turned-CoD legend will continue to stream on Twitch and post on YouTube starting with Modern Warfare 2 and beyond, and will also participate in Warzone 2 tournaments.

Crimsix's distinguished career came to an end after a gloomy finish to the 2022 Call of Duty League season when his New York Subliners fell to OpTic Texas in the second round of the CoD Champs 2022 elimination bracket.

Crimsix is the second-most successful CoD esports company in history, with over $1.3 million in revenue.