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Nicholas "Karma" Primas-Hailey is a former professional Call of Duty player in the United States. Recently, he has been known for taking managerial roles for many illustrious esports organizations such as the Head of Media for Denial eSports and Head of Communications for Noble eSports. Currently, Nicholas is a consultant for multiple esports organizations, and he currently resides in Montclair, Virginia.
Nicholas "Karma" Primas-Hailey has been playing video games since he was 8 years old. Starting out with Halo 2, after being taught by his father and older brother on how to play the game, Nicholas would later get into competitive gaming at 10 years old with Halo 2 and Xbox Live, and would constantly grind MLG Free For Alls, competitive tourneys and much more just solemnly out of passion and good fun. From starting clans and playing on GameBattles he soon found himself playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare with friends and family. Through the years, he slowly progressed in the ladders of skill. By 2013, Nicholas was known as the best Call of Duty PC Sniper in the world.
A Career in the Making
Nicholas has been around the competitive scene since Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare but would begin to make a name for himself during Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. But on February 3rd, 2016, Nicholas announced on his YouTube channel that he has quit his Call of Duty career to pursue his passion for the industry and later taking managerial roles in many illustrious esports organizations.