Crimsix was the first person in the world to earn the title: "Major League Gaming Pro Player", in both Halo & Call of Duty.
He is the winningest player in Call of Duty history collecting over 30 championships.
Scump started his Call of Duty career in MLG’s 2011 Black Ops season. Playing with Quantic Leverage, Seth was able to launch his professional gaming career by winning the first event of the season: MLG Dallas. After his debut event, Scump went on to place within the top six for every event of the season. Throughout his career Scump has tallied multiple championships including two X Games gold medals.
Beginning his career as a Halo competitor, Formal rose to professional status before Halo faded from the Major League Gaming Pro Circuit. With the rise of Call of Duty’s popularity, he ventured into the competitive scene with Primal and placed in the top 20 at the MLG Fall Championship in 2013. Formal went on to become the first player to win a championship in both Halo and Call of Duty, tallying multiple wins across both titles and an X Games Gold medal in 2015.
Karma, a two-time Call of Duty Champion, competed in his first event at MLG Anaheim in 2011 during the Black Ops season. Even though he consistently placed in the top eight, he didn’t find major success until he joined Impact where he achieved 3rd place standings at Machinima’s Frag Cup IV and UMG Chicago in 2012. Karma has gone on to become one of the few players to collect a ring at the Call of Duty Champioships and X Games gold medal.