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Background Information
NameBrennan Lockhart
Country of BirthUSA United States
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Brennan "Wolf" Lockhart is a former competitive Call of Duty Player.


Wolf started playing video games at a very young age of two years old. He would sit on his dad's lap and play Tomb Raider all day. Wolf fell in love with First Person Shooter games when Halo: Combat Evolved was released on the Xbox. Wolf started playing competitively in Halo 2 and Halo 3, but was too young to travel at the time, so he competed in online tournaments and PCL's. After seeing no success with Halo, Wolf then proceeded to switch over to the Call of Duty franchise with MW2.png Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. By the time of BOPS.png Call of Duty: Black Ops, Wolf started seeing progression winning Game Battles tournaments and has stuck with Call of Duty ever since.


  • Wolf got his alias from a random Xbox generated gamertag that has a lot of numbers in it, which eventually got shortened to "imawolf" which then got shortened again to just "Wolf".
  • Wolf's favorite Call of Duty title is BOPS2.png Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.
  • Wolf's most memorable moment in competitive Call of Duty was winning his first LAN tournament G4G and getting the huge five foot check. Then Wolf's team told Wolf he was the Most Valuable Player and let him keep the check and now the check hangs on his wall as a constant reminder of why Wolf plays competitively.