The New York Subliners continued making waves with their roster moves Friday by announcing the signing of Ian “Crimsix” Porter to complete their starting lineup.
Crimsix joins the roster a day after the Subliners announced the addition of Travis “Neptune” McCloud.
On Friday, the Subliners tweeted, “Welcome @Crimsix to the New York Subliners.”
As a member of the Dallas Empire in 2021, Crimsix scored a championship during Stage 5 and finished second at the Stage 4 Major.
Before that, he won Call of Duty world championships in 2014, 2017 and 2020 and has 37 Major tournament wins overall, making him one of the most accomplished players in the world.
He now joins former teammate James “Clayster” Eubanks to form a dynamic duo of heavy hitters with multiple championships under their belts (including the 2020 CDL trophy).
They’ll team with Neptune and returning player Paco “HyDra” Rusiewiez to create a formidable starting four.
The Subliners finished fifth-sixth in the CDL playoffs in 2021.
–Field Level Media