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Karma retires from professional Call of Duty

8:58 AM ETEmily RandESPN FacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerPinterestEmailprintDamon "Karma" Barlow retired from professional Call of Duty on Wednesday. He is widely regarded as the greatest Call of Duty player of all time and is the only player to have won three Call of Duty championships, two of which came back-to-back (2013, 2014, then 2017). "I would like to thank everyone that helped me on my journey. First and foremost to my wife Holly and my daughter Bella who motivate and inspire me every day," Karma wrote in his Twitter statement released by his most recent team, the Seattle Surge. "To my teammates throughout the years including my teammates on the Seattle Surge. To all the fans that have followed me throughout my entire career from my three championship seasons through to today with those in the city of Seattle I'd like to say thank you for your support as I enter the next chapter in my life.

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