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Arcitys Overtakes Crimsix As Highest-Earning Offline Player Of All Time

Arcitys Overtakes Crimsix As Highest-Earning Offline Player Of All Time
Atlanta FaZe
CDL

Written by 

Jack Marsh

Posted 

10th Aug 2022 11:33

After reaching the World Championships Grand Final three times in the last four years, winning two of them, Alec "Arcitys" Sanderson has now surpassed the legacy of Ian "Crimsix" Porter as the highest-earning Call of Duty player of all time, and subsequently the same accolade for the entirety of console esports.

Arcitys, whose two rings come from the 2019 Black Ops 4 season and the 2021 Black Ops Cold War campaign respectively, has become quite a powerhouse in recent years, having learnt from some of the best names that the Assault Rifle category has boasted. 

Having learnt his trade behind James "Clayster" Eubanks and Matthew "FormaL" Piper, Arcitys has now become one of the best AR players in the game, and his achievements have begun to speak for themselves.

Arcitys Becomes Highest Earning Offline Call of Duty Player Of All Time

Having become successful in the modern era of Call of Duty esports, Arcitys has now surpassed all of the old-school greats, who may have more championships than the 24-year-old but not as much in their pockets, on the earnings list.

Alec's approximate prize of $162,500 for finishing second at the Vanguard World Championships has now seen him surpass Crimsix on the offline earnings board, taking his tally up to $1,363,859, solely on prize money.

This is, of course, if we're only counting offline events. The ever-dominant Crimsix still sits atop of the tree if we also count online earnings, given that his Dallas Empire squad won the Modern Warfare 2019 World Championships during the pandemic.

In fact, if we count online earnings too, Arcitys' teammate Tyler "aBeZy" Pharris bumps into the second spot too, following his online success at Atlanta FaZe while Arcitys was on Chicago Huntsmen.

 

Kenny And Octane Break Top Ten On Earnings List After Champs Win

Also breaking into the top ten earners are reigning champions Kenneth "Kenny" Williams and Sam "Octane" Larew. Both players sit ninth and tenth respectively on the offline earnings list, following their approximately $300,000 boost, each, from winning the Vanguard world title.

Octane has now earned the title of "LANimal" too, given that his offline earnings are so high, yet his online prize money equates to a mere $4,500. 

Crimsix does still wear the overall crown, but as for offline events - the ones that really matter - Arcitys is now quids in. Alec has some way to go before reaching Crimsix's tally as the most winningest player ever, but one accolade at a time will do.

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