Crimsix - Ian Porter

Ian "Crimsix" Porter - Call of Duty Player

Ian Porter
Date of Birth:
May 29, 1993
Korean Age:
United States
United States
World Ranking:
Country Ranking:

Total Prize Money Earned:
$1,148,159.47 From 152 Tournaments
Alternate IDs:
coL Crimsix, Crimsix, EG Crimsix, OGCrimsixian, OpTic Crimsix 6, swegmagician187
For Crimsix's YouTube channel statistics and videos, see OpTic Crimsix on Let's Play Index.

Ian "Crimsix" Porter is an American competitive Call of Duty player, formerly a competitive MLG Halo player. He currently plays for OpTic Gaming.

Crimsix's career as a professional Halo player was short, but he earned multiple top 8 placements in Halo: Reach on the MLG Pro Circuit. He switched to Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 when MLG replaced Halo: Reach with it on the on the Pro Circuit.

He achieve immediate success in competitive Call of Duty, winning Machinima Frag Cup IV together with Aches, FeaRs and Teepee on compLexity Gaming. On his first Call of Duty LAN, he placed 2nd at the UMG Chicago 10K, and he and his team continued to dominate for the rest of the Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 season.

coL Crimsix and the rest of compLexity Gaming continued to dominate the scene in the Call of Duty: Ghosts season, with their biggest achievement being the winner of the 2014 Call of Duty Championship and taking home the $400,000 grand prize. On May 6, 2014, compLexity sells their Call of Duty team to long-time esports rival Evil Geniuses. EG Crimsix and his teammates continue their domination of the scene under their new banner for the rest of the game.

During Rostermania at the beginning of the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare season, Evil Geniuses CEO Alex Garfield announced that the player contracts for their Call of Duty team will be transferred to OpTic Gaming, and their buyout compensation will be passed along to the players, marking the exit of Evil Geniuses from the competitive Call of Duty scene. OpTic Crimsix and his team had a dominant start for the first few months of the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare season, but suffered a disappointing 7th place finish at the 2015 Call of Duty Championship. As a result, Nadeshot – the captain of OpTic Gaming – announced his retirement from competitive Call of Duty. The team continued to dominate LAN tournaments for the rest of the season.

Going into Black Ops 3, Optic Would keep their team together, with Scump having the label of team captain, but Crimsix would still be the in game leader, or IGL. Optic would win 5 events that year, but once again, fail to win at Call of Duty XP Championships 2016, placing 7/8.

Going into Infinite Warfare, Optic would keep their team together again, and have Crimsix as their IGL. Being the favorite at every event yet again, Optic would win 4 events, with one of them being the highly sought Call of Duty Championships 2017, where Crimsix would then get his 2nd ring.

Earnings By Year

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results

Earnings By Age

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
27 Years Old$321,200.00827.98%|$321,200.00827.98%|$0.0000.00%
26 Years Old$112,625.00159.81%|$30,000.0082.61%|$82,625.0077.20%
25 Years Old$44,058.33133.84%|$3,308.3380.29%|$40,750.0053.55%
24 Years Old$252,500.001121.99%|$1,250.0040.11%|$251,250.00721.88%
23 Years Old$93,675.00128.16%|$1,050.0030.09%|$92,625.0098.07%
22 Years Old$94,635.63278.24%|$11,596.25161.01%|$83,039.38117.23%
21 Years Old$54,986.25374.79%|$10,111.25270.88%|$44,875.00103.91%
20 Years Old$143,354.262112.49%|$4,326.2590.38%|$139,028.011212.11%
19 Years Old$27,875.0042.43%|$1,500.0010.13%|$26,375.0032.30%
18 Years Old$3,250.0040.28%|$0.0000.00%|$3,250.0040.28%

Earnings By Game

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare$103,207.50548.99%|$14,207.50401.24%|$89,000.00147.75%
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2$55,917.50134.87%|$2,042.5030.18%|$53,875.00104.69%
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4$99,558.33148.67%|$2,933.3370.26%|$96,625.0078.42%
Call of Duty: Black Ops III$73,539.38126.40%|$7,500.0030.65%|$66,039.3895.75%
Call of Duty: Ghosts$124,686.761410.86%|$3,783.7570.33%|$120,903.01710.53%
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare$261,250.001022.75%|$1,000.0020.09%|$260,250.00822.67%
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare$353,000.001130.74%|$337,000.00929.35%|$16,000.0021.39%
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2$50.0010.00%|$50.0010.00%|$0.0000.00%
Call of Duty: Warzone$14,200.0071.24%|$14,200.0071.24%|$0.0000.00%
Call of Duty: World War II$59,500.00125.18%|$1,625.0050.14%|$57,875.0075.04%
Halo: Reach$3,250.0040.28%|$0.0000.00%|$3,250.0040.28%

Earnings By Team

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
Dallas Empire$346,000.001030.14%|$330,000.00828.74%|$16,000.0021.39%
Evil Geniuses$9,500.0030.83%|$125.0010.01%|$9,375.0020.82%
OpTic Gaming$588,451.889951.25%|$26,662.50552.32%|$561,789.384448.93%
compLexity Gaming$171,104.262414.90%|$5,701.2590.50%|$165,403.011514.41%

Highest Prize Money Won

1.2020-08-301stTeam-based Tournament » Call of Duty League Championship 2020$300,000.00Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
2.2017-08-131stTeam-based Tournament » CWL Championship 2017$150,000.00Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
3.2014-03-301stTeam-based Tournament » Call of Duty Championship 2014$100,000.00Call of Duty: Ghosts
4.2017-07-301stTeam-based Tournament » CWL Global Pro League 2017 - Stage 2$53,125.00Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
5.2018-04-082ndTeam-based Tournament » CWL Pro League 2018 - Stage 1$33,125.00Call of Duty: World War II
6.2019-08-183rdTeam-based Tournament » CWL Championship 2019$28,000.00Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
7.2013-04-074thTeam-based Tournament Call of Duty Championship 2013$25,000.00Call of Duty: Black Ops 2
8.2015-10-181stTeam-based Tournament » MLG World Finals 2015 (CoD:AW)$25,000.00Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
9.2017-03-191stTeam-based Tournament » CWL Dallas Open 2017$20,000.00Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
10.2018-12-091stTeam-based Tournament » CWL Las Vegas Open 2018$20,000.00Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

Top Placements

93 Tournaments
20 Tournaments
17 Tournaments

Other Statistics

Overall Ranking

At present, Crimsix is ranked #76 in highest overall earnings, and #7 in highest earnings for players from United States.

Largest Prize from a Single Tournament

Out of the 152 tournaments awarding cash prizes that Crimsix had competed in, the largest amount was $300,000.00 from Call of Duty League Championship 2020 on August 30, 2020. He placed 1st, making up 26.13% of his total prize money won.

$100,000 Milestone

Crimsix overtook the $100,000 milestone on March 30, 2014, winning $100,000.00 and placing 1st at Call of Duty Championship 2014. Prize money from 26 tournaments got him to that point.

Recent Earnings

Crimsix has been awarded $317,000.00 in cash prizes from 5 tournaments within the last 90 days, $303,000.00 (or 95.58%) of which came in the last month.


News - eSportspedia's Call of Duty Wiki
Last Checked 2015-01-27 12:12:28 PM
Crimsix's Profile at GameBattles
Last Checked 2015-01-16 10:52:47 AM
compLexity Welcomes Call of Duty - compLexity Gaming
Last Checked 2015-02-16 2:31:07 AM
OpTic Gaming take Gfinity, Crimsix ties ACHES on all-time championship list at 19
Last Checked 2015-10-29 4:43:18 AM
Evil Geniuses Buy CompLexity's Call of Duty Team | eSportsMax
Last Checked 2015-02-16 2:39:07 AM
Final Rosters Confirmed for MLG Pro League Season 2 Teams | eSportsMax
Last Checked 2014-10-01 5:00:06 PM
compLexity's CoD team becomes Evil Geniuses - onGamers
Last Checked 2015-02-12 3:54:12 AM
Hey, this is Alex - CEO of Evil Geniuses. We're transferring our player contracts to OpTic and passing the buyout compensation
Last Checked 2015-02-12 3:57:35 AM
Crimsix: The Interview :: News :: Gfinity
Last Checked 2015-10-29 4:42:22 AM
Evil Geniuses' Crimsix talks genuinely about his team and ESWC - YouTube
Last Checked 2015-10-29 4:41:36 AM