|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||November 4, 1993|
|Twisted Method||??? 2012||Jan 2013|
|x25px Impact||Jan 2013||Sept 2013|
|Epsilon eSports||Sept 2013||Sept 2013|
|Team Curse||Oct 2013||March 2014|
|Team JusTus||April 2014||April 2014|
|OpTic Nation||May 2014||Nov 2014|
|Team eLevate||Dec 2014||Jan 2015|
|OpTic Nation||Jan 2015||Oct 2015|
|compLexity Gaming||Nov 2015||Jul 2016|
|Kingsmen||Aug 2016||Aug 2016|
|H2k-Gaming||Aug 2016||Aug 2016|
|Team Revenge||Dec 2016||Dec 2016|
|Insomnia eSports||Jan 2017||Mar 2017|
|Denial eSports||May 2017||Jul 2017|
|HavoK eSports||Jul 2017||Jul 2017|
|Next Threat||Oct 2017||Nov 2017|
|x25px SoaR Gaming||Nov 2017||Jan 2018|
|eRa Eternity||Jan 2018||Jan 2018|
|Ascendant Gaming||Feb 2018||Mar 2018|
|Orlando Reapers||Nov 2018||Current|
Marcus "MiRx" Carter is a professional Call of Duty player that resides in the United States. He is a 2013 World Champion.
MiRx started playing video games in 2008 with Tom Clancy's: Rainbow Six Vegas on the Xbox 360. MiRx started competitive gaming with Tom Clancy's: Rainbow Six Vegas, and after that game got taken off of the MLG Pro Circuit, and friend of MiRx's recommended him to compete in Call of Duty, and from there his career took off.
After a noticeable showing at UMG Chicago, MiRx was picked up by the rising powerhouse of Fariko.Impact alongside Karma, Parasite, and KiLLa. MiRx would go on with this lineup to win the next four major tournaments, including the Call of Duty Championship 2013. After having their streak ended by CompLexity at MLG Anaheim 2013, Impact went through a series of sponsor changes, roster changes, and a subsequent chain of Top 4 placings, never regaining their former glory.
The team disbanded, leaving MiRx to be picked up by Curse for UMG Dallas, where he placed 3rd. With the end of Black Ops 2 and the inception of Call of Duty: Ghosts, the Curse organization revamped their roster, bringing in MiRx's old teammates of Parasite and KiLLa along with Nameless to form Curse Las Vegas. Curse LV started with great showings, placing 3rd at UMG Philadelphia 2014. However, just like the Impact of before, the team slowly collapsed on itself, resulting in the team's failure to qualify for the Call of Duty Championship 2014.
The team disbanded afterwards, leaving MiRx in a limbo state in between teams. MiRx found a new home at JusTus alongside his longtime duo, KiLLa. However, with the addition of OpTic Nation to the pro scene, MiRx was picked up along with KiLLa and Ricky from his time on Curse LV. MiRx and OpTic Nation went to UGC Niagara where they were able to pick up 4th place. He then when to MLG X Games Invitational with OpTic Nation however the team only placed 8th at the event.
MiRx and OpTic Nation then attended MLG Anaheim: Open Bracketwhich they placed 1st taking a spot in MLG CoD League Season 3. MiRx and the team then went to Gfinity 3 where they picked up 3rd place. MiRx then went to UMG Dallas where he again picked up 3rd place.
- MiRx's favorite moment in competitive Call of Duty was winning the Call of Duty Championship 2013 in Hollywood, California
February 5th, MiRx compLexity Gaming - Call of Duty® World League with Call of Duty