Chris Lehr, known as Simp on social media, is an American professional gamer known as one of the best up-and-coming Call of Duty players. Chris first started playing Call of Duty with friends and later moved on to more competitive arenas. The gamer became known as one of the best Search and Destroy stars in the game. Weeks after Chris turned 18 and launched his professional career as one of the most highly anticipated up-and-coming stars, the gamer took home the 2019 CWL Championship gold medal and personally took home the Champs MVP title. He is one of only eight players to win a Call of Duty championship title in their first-ever appearance.
In 2020, Chris was a member of the Call of Duty League 2020 SCUF Team of the Year. He also took home the CDL Respawn Player of the Year award.
Chris Lehr, known as Simp on social media, was born on February 6, 2001 in Long Island, New York, the United States. The gamer previously used the name Simplicity.
As of September 2021, Chris “Simp” Lehr has more than 35,200 followers on Instagram, 133,100 subscribers on Twitter, 38,000 subscribers on YouTube, and 76,100 followers on Twitch.
Chris first started playing Call of Duty with friends, and when his friends said he was really good at the game, he just kept playing. Eventually, he moved into more competitive gaming and transitioned to professional Esports.
The gamer became known as one of the best Search and Destroy stars in the game. However, Chris could not play Call of Duty professionally because he had not turned 18 years old yet.
His age didn’t stop him from competing in certain tournaments, though. Chris won ten local LAN tournaments before he turned eighteen years old.
In 2017, Chris signed with eUnited’s academy team, eUnited Cadets. The gamer continued to compete and dominate online tournaments; he was a dominant force in the North Eastern United States local LAN scene.
The gamer made his professional debut in Call of Duty: Black Ops in 2019 just weeks after he graduated high school. The gamer started halfway through the season but still competed in as many events as he could. He took home gold in two local LANs and numerous online tournaments. In March, Chris signed with eUnited as one of the most high-anticipated debuts for a rookie. Chris joined as the CWL Pro League substitute.
Since the team had no open spots, he left to join FC Black for the CWL Fort Worth Open. During his first-ever CWL event, Chris and the team dominated and won the Winners Final and Grand Final. Personally, Chris took home the Call of Duty World League Championship 2019 MVP title. In addition, he was a 2019 CWL Pro League All-Star.
Chris is one of only eight players to win a Call of Duty championship title in their first-ever appearance.
On March 19, following a week of rumors, eUnited announced they would drop two-time World Champion JKap on their active roster and instead picked up Chris.
In 2019, Esports Console named him their Rookie of the Year. The following year in 2020, Chris was a member of the Call of Duty League 2020 SCUF Team of the Year. He also took home the CDL Respawn Player of the Year award.
The gamer later signed with Atlanta FaZe and played on their Call of Duty team.
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