Call of Duty Champs Crimsix & Shotzzy Got Rich Gaming, Have Message For Parents
Call of Duty Fields Crimsix and Shotzzy just made $ 1.5 MILLION playing video games … and CoD superstars have a message for parents of aspiring esports gamers who want their kids to get a “real job.”
28 years Ian porter aka Crimsix and 19 years old Anthony Cuevas-Castro aka Shotzzy are part of the Dallas Empire – owned by Post Malone – who just won the Atlanta FaZe at the 2020 CoD League Championship.
Crim – widely regarded as the greatest Call of Duty player of all time – says his mom and dad did NOT want him to turn into a professional gamer at first.
“[My parents] were super strict, super against, ”Crim says.
“My parents made me have a 3.8 GPA GPA. I’m in AP class. I took summer school so I could leave high school early and play earlier.”
Porter says he attended college and was on the dean’s list before dropping out of school and telling his mom and dad … “I’m going to make more money than you. guys this year! “
BTW, he’s surpassed them ever since.
Shotzzy says his mom was a little different … she gave him time to chase his dream, but told him he should go to school and get a 9 to 5 if he didn’t succeed with the Game.
“If your kid dreams of becoming a video game player then let him. Try not to be that strict and wait for it a few years and if nothing happens you can start being strict with them I guess. . ” Shotzzy said.
“She gave me a few years and now I’m here.”
“Here” is super rich … on top of the $ 1.5 million, the guys get a salary and have lucrative sponsorship deals.
Crim and Shotzzy also have huge fan bases … and are regularly watched by millions of people.
So, mom … less homework and more PS4 ????
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