CallMeCarson is a popular streamer. Also, he is a comedian who reached a significant online following streaming various video games on Twitch and posting comedy videos on YouTube. According to the research, Carson King who is better known online as CallMeCarson joined YouTube with the handle CallMeCarson on July 10th, 2012. On August 22nd, 2014, CallMeCarson uploaded his first video “ALS Ice Bucket Challenge + Face Reveal – Carson.” In 5 years, that video reached more than 470,000 views.
History names of CallMeCarson
Now, we want to share the history names of CallMeCarson. First, Carson has Minecraft username as CallMeCarson. Then, he changed his Minecraft username to I_LYNCH_BLACKS On 19th September, 2016. Later, he changed his Minecraft username to CallMeCarson again on 19th October, 2016.
Carson King who is better known online as CallMeCarson was a contestant in Minecraft Monday Week 1 as a member of team 6 with jschlatt. Later, he competed in Week 2 as a member of team 15 with jschlatt. We get information that he competed again in Week 3 as a member of team 18 with Junky Janker. Carson King returned in Week 5 as a member of team 13 with Technoblade. Also, he competed in Week 6 as a member of team 13 with Ted Nivision. Carson returned to the competition in Week 12 as a member of team 2 with Traves. Then, Carson competed in Week 13 as a member of team 15 with RaccoonEggs.
In the first Minecraft Monday event, he teamed up with Jschlatt to compete as Team 6. The duo was successful enough. They got a total of 288 points, placing them in 9th place. Also, Carson had a solo score of 91, placing him in 26th place individually. Carson’s appearance in that event is infamous for him falling for a classic survival games gravel trap. He acted to this by doing his fake crying bit and slamming his desk. That moment turned into a famous meme which includes the upset Carson and Joe Swanson with a label on top of them.
In the second Minecraft Monday event, he teamed up with Jschlatt once again to compete as Team 15. In fact, the duo was not as successful as last week. They got a total of 176 points, placing them in 14th place. CallMeCarson increased a bit with a solo score of 108, placing him in 23rd place individually.
In the third Monday event, CallMeCarson competed as Team 18. He teamed up with Junky Janker and they were respectively successful. They got a total of 664 points, placing them in 13th place. CallMeCarson had a solo score of 323, placing him in 27th place individually.
CallMeCarson teamed up with the Legend Technoblade to compete as Team 13 in the fifth Monday event. Instead of taking this occasion to win the event, he attempted to sabotage Techno and stop him from succeeding. CallMeCarson would die on purpose and leave Techno alone. This eventually started beef between Techno and Carson’s fanbase. CallMeCarson started receiving threats and hate, even from his own fans. The team separated and started hopping into calls with different people. He would end his stream early due to the negativity. However, the duo was still successful thanks to Technoblade. They got a total of 832 points, placing them in 5th place. CallMeCarson had his worst week to date with a solo score of 69, placing him in 38th or last place individually.
In the sixth Minecraft Monday event, CallMeCarson teamed up with Ted Nivision to compete as Team 13. We get information that the duo was not successful at all, likely due to Carson’s performance from last week. They got a total of 452 points, placing them in 20th place. CallMeCarson had a solo score of 191, placing him in 41st or last place individually.
In the twelfth Minecraft Monday event, CallMeCarson returned and teamed up with Traves to compete as Team 2. The duo was politely successful. They got a total of 901 points, placing them in 10th place. CallMeCarson had his best week to date with a solo score of 404, placing him in 16th place individually. Of course, this is a massive improvement from his previous weeks.
In the thirteenth Minecraft Monday event, CallMeCarson teamed up with RaccoonEggs to compete as Team 15. Unfortunately, the duo was not very successful. He spent most of the event attempting to sabotage Pokimane and Fitz. They got a total of 800 points, placing them in 12th place. Also, CallMeCarson came down drastically with a solo score of 324, placing him in 27th place individually.
Talking about CallMeCarson username, now you may also want to know how to change your Minecraft username. To do that, simply you are able to click the Change link next to your profile name. If you log in with your old username, first you have to move to a Mojang account before you are able to change your Minecraft username.
By the way, how often can you change your Minecraft username? If you have already changed your Minecraft username, you will need to wait 30 days to enable another change. For your information, if you change your Minecraft username, your old name is held for 37 days. This will give you an extra week to change back if you have created a mistake or changed your mind before your previous username becomes available to anyone else.
If you change your Minecraft username, can your friend or someone see your previous usernames? Yes, of course. The Minecaft username changes are set up so that you will be able to get a username which you prefer. Previous usernames are recorded and visible to anyone. If your old username had your name in it, can you have this name deleted from your username history? Yes, of course. You will be able to contact customer support and be removed from your history.