Dr DisRespect Quizzes Karma on His Future as a Professional CoD Player

The decision by OpTic Gaming to drop Damon ‘Karma’ Barlow ahead of the CWL Pro League wasn’t a popular decision with fans of the team.

The only three-time world champion on the planet couldn’t work out a deal with another squad in time, meaning he missed out on Stage Two of the Pro League, and ultimately decided he’d be missing Champs for the first time.

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His former teammates Ian ‘Crimsix’ Porter and Seth ‘Scump’ Abner have yet to justify dropping Karma with a tournament win, placing 5th/6th at CWL Anaheim alongside new recruits Sam ‘Octane’ Larew and Anthony ‘Methodz’ Zinni.

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Karma meanwhile has been taking a more relaxed approach by streaming a variety of games, including Fortnite, and spending time with his family in his new home in Texas.

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So what does the future hold for Karma? Popular streamer Dr DisRespect asked him that very question while streaming on Wednesday, June 20th.

The Doc was playing a squad match with Karma and Jack ‘Courage’ Dunlop when he asked him about whether he’d be continuing to compete when Black Ops 4 is released.

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Doc “So talk to me about the Karma update”

Karma “I couldn’t tell you, I don’t know.”

Doc: “Are you still a pro Call of Duty player or are you retired? Semi-retired? What’s going on?

Karma: “I don’t plan on stopping, ok?”

Doc: “Ok, there we go, good.

Karma: “I don’t plan on stopping”

Doc: “Too much violence, too much speed, too much momentum!”

Karma “Yup, but I feel like I’m sitting here getting old”

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