Wailers

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Wailers
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Background Information
NameWailers Locart
Country of BirthFrance France
Residency
EU
 Europe
Competitive
TeamDenial Esportslogo std.pngDenial Esports
RolePlayer
PSN IDWailers_WL
XBL GamertagorKs Wailers
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Team History
Jun 2015 - Jun 2015
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Safe Gaminglogo std.pngSafe Gaming
Jun 2015 - Sep 2015
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EvaZion eSportlogo std.pngEvaZion eSport
Nov 2015 - Mar 2017
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Team Vitalitylogo std.pngTeam Vitality
Mar 2017 - Apr 2017
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Supremacylogo std.pngSupremacy
Aug 2018 - Aug 2018
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Team Prismaticlogo std.pngTeam Prismatic
Apr 2017 - Nov 2018
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Team Vitalitylogo std.pngTeam Vitality
Nov 2018 - Jan 2019
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Overtime eSportlogo std.pngOvertime
Jan 2019 - Present
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Denial Esportslogo std.pngDenial Esports
Wailers "Wailers" Locart is a Player for Denial Esports.

Biography

Advanced Warfare

Wailers started the year with a top 8 finish at the French major Gamers Assembly 2015 on Vantic eSport with Gump, InzR, and Emo. After this placement, Wailers and Gump decided to team with Chucky and Dowkyy, and under the org EvaZion eSport the team would win the SFCO AW 4 and end the year with a top 6 placement at Insomnia55.

Black Ops 3

Noticing the talent and potential in Wailers, French veterans RiskiN, Gotaga, and BroKeN under the French org Team Vitality picked him up at the start of the year. The team fell short at qualifying for upcoming pro league placing just outside of the top 4 at the EU CWL Stage 1 Qualifying Invitational Tournament. However, they were able to qualify for stage 1 at the EU CWL Stage 1 Online Qualifying Tournament. The team would go on to finish second at the EU CWL Stage 1 ESL Event #2 with an impressive game 5 victory over one of the top European teams in Millenium. However, this success did not translate in the league as Team Vitality placed 7th in the EU CWL Stage 1 Regular Season and would have to play in a relegation tournament for a chance to play in stage 2. Ahead of the relegation tournament, the team placed top 8 at the EU CWL Stage 1 ESL Event #3 and carried on to make it back to stage 2 at the EU CWL Stage 1 Relegation. After qualifying for stage 2, the team had an impressive top 6 placement at ESWC 2016 in their home country France. Despite this performance, Team Vitality still only managed a top 10 placement in the EU CWL Stage 2 Regular Season. After this poor placement, Team Vitality dropped everybody except Wailers and picked up UK players Carbines, Colgate, Momentus ahead of the EU CWL Championship Qualifier where the team qualified for Champs. The team only placed top 32 at CWL Championship after drawing a pool with a top APAC team Team Orbit, Cloud9, and eventual Champ winners Team Envy.

Infinite Warfare

Wailers started the year on Hadouken with Zayrox, Diablo, and ShuKz and placed top 12 at the CWL London Invitational.This team did not last long as Wailers would go on to join Supremacy alongside Vortex, Eazy, and Malls and fell just short of making it out of the open bracket placing top 28 at CWl Atlanta Open. Wailers was then replaced by Senka ahead of the CWL Paris Open, where he would instead team with Slyzh and former teammates Zayrox and Diablo under Indiana eSport and only place top 48. Wailers then rejoined Supremacy replacing Senka and the team made it through losers in the open bracket for an improved top 20 placement at the CWL Dallas Open. Wailers was then signed back onto Team Vitality to play along side UK pros Deleo, Defrag, and the veteran ShAnE and the team placed top 12 at the EU only CWL Birmingham Open. After that placement, the team dropped Deleo and Defrag for Weeman and Braaain. The team managed to battle through the open bracket at the CWL Anaheim Open for a top 24 placement, but only managed a top 16 finish at the EU only CWL Sheffield Open. Towards the end of the year, the team qualified for champs at the CWL EU LCQ, and at the CWL Championship, the team only managed a top 32 finish after losing to NA juggernauts in Luminosity Gaming and Rise Nation and losing to Wailer's former team Supremacy.

War World II

At the start of the year, Wailers was still on Team Vitality but now alongside French pros RiskiN, Zayrox, and Malls. This team placed 2nd and 1st in some of the early EU CWL 2Ks which put them in the top 5 in EU pro points granting them an automatic pool play spot at the first event. The team would struggle in the pools though and only place top 20 at CWL Dallas Open, but they did win a critical game 5 match against Millenium in the loser bracket that guaranteed Vitality's spot in the top 5 of the EU teams. The team then placed well enough in the ensuing EU CWL 2Ks to remain in the top 5 in EU pro points and once again started in pools at the CWL New Orleans Open, but still placed top 20. This top 20 was enough for Vitality to remain in the top 5 of EU pro points, meaning that the team qualified for Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League. While at the pro league the team would get the best practice in the world, but unfortunately weren't able to convert it into better placements as the team struggled only placing top 20 at the CWL Atlanta Open, top 24 at the CWL Birmingham Open, and a lowest top 16 placement in the CWL Pro League Stage 1 with only one series win. Having struggled in the league, the team dropped Zayrox and RiskiN for UK players MarkyB and Moose ahead of the CWL Pro League Relegation where they would lose to Evil Geniuses and Epsilon Esports and fail to qualify for stage 2 of the pro league. The team then placed a poor top 64 at the CWL Seattle Open and dropped MarkyB and Moose for UK players Peatie and QwiKeR moving forward. This new team finished top 4 in the CWL UK National Circuit Stage 3, but split up after as Wailers and Malls would leave Team Vitality and team with French players TonyJs and Zayrox instead. This team was initially orgless and only finished top 5 in the CWL France National Circuit Stage 4. However, the team was able to qualify for CWL champs at the CWL Championship LCQ and was picked up by the German org Team Prismatic. The team would pick up NA player Blfire as the coach, but would struggle at the CWL Championship only winning one map and placing top 32.

Black Ops 4

Wailers began the year teaming with some rising talent in the French scene in ZeeK, RizK, YuuzL, and ATLAS. Wailers acting now as the veteran having been in the pro league last year, was looking lead this team into the league and got off to a good start by winning travel and accommodations for the first event by winning the CWL Las Vegas National Qualifier. The team was picked up by Overtime eSport and after dropping YuuzL for Breszy, the team placed top 28 at the CWL Las Vegas Open, which was good enough to qualify for the CWL Pro League Qualifier. Ahead of the qualifier, the team dropped ATLAS for Natshay and picked up iKeeyv as the coach and the changes seemed to help as the team would surprise many by qualifying for the CWL Pro League by beating and knocking out FC Black, FaZe Clan, and Mindfreak in the process. After qualifying for the pro league, the team was picked up by Denial Esports and picked up Staan as a substitute.

Trivia

  • Named best French player by the community in 2016 and 2017. [1]

Achievements

Recent Tournament Results (View All)
GameDatePlacePrizeEventTeam
GameIcon BO4.png2019-03-17A99 - 12CWL2018logo small.png CWL Fort Worth 2019Denial Esportslogo std.pngDNL
GameIcon BO4.png2019-01-20I1QCWL2018logo small.png CWL Pro League 2019 QualifierOvertime eSportlogo std.pngOvertime
GameIcon BO4.png2018-12-09C525 - 28CWL2018logo small.png CWL Las Vegas Open 2019Overtime eSportlogo std.pngOvertime
GameIcon WWII.png2018-08-19C525 - 32$ 10,000Champs2018logo small.png Call of Duty World League Championship 2018Team Prismaticlogo std.pngpM
GameIcon WWII.png2018-07-25I1QChamps2018logo small.png Call of Duty World League Championship 2018 LCQLogo std.pngLES

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