Biggest Call of Duty Esports Players by Social Media Following
Call of Duty has been played competitively since the very first Call of Duty was released in 2003. Since it’s release Call of Duty has gone on to be one of the most successful games in video game history. Tournaments were hosted all over the world as a way to prove who had the best Call of Duty team. As tournaments began to increase in popularity so did the prize pools and amount of competition.
In 2013 Call of Duty hosted the first Call of Duty Champs. The tournaments featured then top title Black Ops 2, and boasted a total prize pool of $1 million. Of the $1 million the first place winner Fariko Impact claimed $400,000. Since the first Call of Duty Champs the esports scene for Call of Duty has grown immensely, and at times appeared to have died all depending on how likable the game was. One thing that remains certain, is that the personalities derived from Call of Duty have some of the biggest social media followings of any esport. Here are some of the largest personalities that are currently still competing in Call of Duty esports.
Biggest Call of Duty Esports Players by Social Media Following:
|1||"Scump" - Seth Abner||OpTic Gaming||2,099,065||480,873||2,419,552||586,338||5,585,828|
|2||"Crimsix" - Ian Porter||OpTic Gaming||823,676||200,802||620,237||280,460||1,925,175|
|3||"FormaL" - Matthew Piper||Luminosity||847,700||78,124||271,894||312,146||1,509,864|
|4||"Clayster" - James Eubanks||eUnited||705,715||274,015||285,929||192,526||1,458,185|
|5||"Karma" - Damon Barlow||OpTic Gaming||636,598||238||260,105||328,770||1,225,711|
|6||"Attach" - Dillon Price||FaZe Clan||388,638||183,669||213,356||169,248||954,911|
|7||"ZooMaa" - Thomas Paparatto||FaZe Clan||333,706||140,639||36,260||84,715||595,320|
|8||"Parasite" - Christopher Duarte||Pittsburgh Knights||322,278||9,058||71,913||188,141||591,390|
|9||"JKap" - Jordan Kaplan||eUnited||327,154||38,344||99,154||112,223||576,875|
|10||"Apathy" - Bryan Zhelyazkov||Team Envy||234,592||41,766||115,907||104,875||497,140|
|11||"Aches" - Patrick Price||Team Envy||304,859||3,249||12,979||87,701||408,788|
|12||"Enable" - Ian Wyatt||100 Thieves||260,131||93,343||6,550||13,757||373,781|
|13||"Dashy" - Brandon Otell||OpTic Gaming||93,025||0||37,802||112,142||242,969|
|14||"TJHaly" - Thomas Haly||OpTic Gaming||109,825||0||0||75,802||185,627|
|15||"Octane" - Sam Larew||100 Thieves||98,346||0||16,720||45,860||160,926|
|16||"John" - Johnathon Perez||Luminosity||118,537||0||10,409||12,345||141,291|
|17||"Slasher" - Austin Liddicoat||100 Thieves||118,973||0||0||11,369||130,342|
|18||"Kenny" - Kenny Williams||100 Thieves||55,804||9,380||1,601||35,389||102,174|
|19||"Gunless" - Peirce Hillman||Luminosity||39,062||0||0||6,581||45,643|
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