YouTuber 'Semtexable' has released a video called "I'm Not Done Yet" to celebrate the storied career of Ian 'Crimsix' Porter, who plays Call of Duty professionally for OpTic Gaming.
The video is the fourth in the YouTuber's series of tribute videos, the previous three of which have all been dedicated to current or former OpTic pro CoD players.
Widely considered to be one of the best to ever play the game, Crimsix has a total of 32 LAN tournament wins under his belt, the most of any player in the history of the esport.
A bulk of those wins, including his two World Championships, came during his time spent as part of two true Call of Duty dynasties, the first being the compLexity Gaming/Evil Geniuses dynasty of 2012-2014, and the more recent OpTic Gaming dynasty from 2014-early 2018.
Throughout his career, Crimsix has constantly proven himself as a player who can get the crucial kills and make the correct plays at the right time, which has directly contributed to his personal and his teams' successes.
His often machine-like in-game efficiency has led his peers and fans to give him the nickname 'Crimbot,' which he has fully embraced as part of his personality and playstyle.
Semtexable's tribute video shows some of the memorable moments of Crimsix's career, including highlights from the various events he participated in during the Black Ops 2, Ghosts, Advanced Warfare, Black Ops 3, and Infinite Warfare titles.
The entirety of the video can be viewed below, or on Semtexable's official YouTube channel.
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