Crimsix gets new tattoo to celebrate Call of Duty tournament winnings

Crimsix gets new tattoo to celebrate Call of Duty tournament winnings
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Written by 

Jack Marsh

Published 

10th Mar 2023 16:34

To celebrate a stellar career in Call of Duty esports, the most winningest player of all time, Ian "Crimsix" Porter, has revealed a new tattoo dedicated to his winnings.

Crimsix was recently honoured by the Call of Duty League after announcing his retirement prior to the Modern Warfare 2 season, with a range of professionals chipping in to cement his "greatest of all time" status.

Now, despite entering a new esports venture in Formula 1 sim racing, the CoD legend has inked his arm to commemorate his esports career.

Crimsix sports new tattoo to celebrate Call of Duty winnings

Throughout his career, Crimsix competed on two dynasty rosters and won three world championships in a haul which totalled up to a whopping 38 trophies hoisted above his head.

After hanging up the sticks, Crim has now shown off a tattoo with the 38 marks tallied across his left forearm, one for each championship win.

In typical Crimsix fashion, he has planned to tell people that the 38 isn't necessarily for championship wins, nor even people killed, but for a string of facades such as "Number of hotdogs I can eat in 10mins, the number of cats I own, the number of friends I have, or the number of steps per day".

Crimsix's new tattoo opens up opportunity for CDL return

With the new ink, he's now even left the door open for a possible return to Call of Duty esports. 

In a somewhat speculative manner, Crim replied to one fan who quizzed the tally chart rather than the number 38, by implying that there's time for more trophies. "How do I add onto the number 38?", he added.

Of course, this could also mean that he intends to compete in Formula 1 sim racing at the highest level too, since joining FaZe Clan, and the tally could increase there. 

It might have been cool to see numbers 10, 32, and 37 highlighted for his World Championships, but it's certainly a cool reminder of all the greatness that he achieved in the game in his 13-year-long career.

Jack Marsh
About the author
Jack Marsh
Jack is an Esports Journalist at GGRecon. Graduating from the University of Chester, with a BA Honours degree in Journalism, Jack is an avid esports enthusiast and specialises in Rocket League, Call of Duty, VALORANT, and trending gaming news.
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