Recently stepping down from the competitive Call of Duty roster for OpTic Gaming, Damon “Karma” Barlow has been streaming daily, and proving that his skills are not limited to CoD.
Karma of course had one of the most storied careers in Call of Duty, but it came to an abrupt end after the team struggled in the early part of the 2018 season.
Despite having offers from other teams, Karma decided to take a break from the pressures and struggles of competing, and focus on his personal brand and streaming.
Many fans knew what to expect, as Karma had been an intermittent streamer throughout his time as a professional player, and he has proven in the past that he can more than hold his own in other games too.
Some may have seen this crazy clip on CS:GO, just shortly after his announcement that he would take a break from competing.
Proving that he is no slouch with either controller or keyboard and mouse, he puts down four enemies in quick succession with some precise USP shots.
And he didn’t stop there, as he recently purchased Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, and with very little experience on the game, proved he is simply talented at video games.
Left in a tough 1v5 spot, Karma takes down most of the team with rapid accuracy, before playing the final 1v1 with the kind of shrewdness fans have come to expect in his CoD career.
My ''Casual'' clutch on R6. I had to 1v5s but I died to a claymore… pic.twitter.com/iAOvJTd1XV
— Damon B (@OpTic_DKarma) May 17, 2018
He also apparently clutched another 1v5 – or would have, if it wasn’t for a pesky claymore ruining the final kill.
Karma is clearly putting all of his efforts into his stream, and can be found playing a variety of games, from Rust to Fortnite.