Colt "Havok" Mclendon is a professional Call of Duty player.
Havok, also known as Colt Mclendon, is a professional Call of Duty player.
After working his way up through the ranks on teams such as TIC Gaming and RevolutioN, Havok joined iSolation eSports alongside Dedo, LlamaGod, and SiLLy. Again, The team place Top 12 in their first offline event at UMG California 2015. More importantly, the team won the MLG Pro League CoD AW Season 3 Relegation Tournament to qualify for MLG Pro League AW Season 3 Regular Season where the team placed 5th in the regular season and Top 6 at the playoffs. The team did win the EGL Dallas 10K although the event did not feature many notable teams. Rounding out the season, iSolation eSports placed Top 12 at the MLG World Finals 2015 and the players went their separate ways going into Black Ops 3.
Black Ops 3
Going into the Black Ops 3 season, Havok was only 17. So he had to wait to compete in official CWL events until February, when he would turn 18. He joined Cloud9 immediately, and shortly later joined Team Envy as a Pro League substitute. With C9, Havok helped them qualify for Pro League Relegation, where they defeated Counter Logic Gaming to earn their pro league spot. The team finished fifth place in the regular season and qualified for the Playoffs. There, the team lost in the first round to Rise Nation. They finished Top 8 at MLG Orlando Open 2016 and then Havok found himself on compLexity Gaming with Parasite, LlamaGod, and Swarley. compLexity Gaming topped their group by shocking OpTic Gaming in their first match. Although it was short lived as the were doubled first rounded in the bracket and finished Top 16.
Havok’s stock reached an all-time high going into the Infinite Warfare season. Evil Geniuses picked him up, along with NAMELESS, StuDyy, and Nagafen. They finished last at the PlayStation Experience Invitational. The team remained consistently average throughout the season, as they placed Top 8, To 20, Top 8, and Top 8 at the open events and then Top 8 at the Pro League Stage 1 Playoffs. Looking for a change, StuDyy was swapped out for Parasite. Their placings improved marginally at the CWL Anaheim Open but then fell off as they ended Pro League Stage 12 with a Top 12 finish and the Call of Duty World League Championship 2017 in dead last. The poor placements at the end of the year are considered to be at the fault of Havok. On stream, Parasite said that he refused to attend a pre champs boot camp to spend time with his girlfriend. He also supposedly pulled out throwing knives at champs in their final match after being unable to qualify for the championship bracket.
World War 2
Havok’s stock now reached an all-time low and the team he started the game with showed. He joined S&D star Rallied and two players coming out of retirement, ProoFy and Dedo with eRa Eternity. They finished Top 64 at the CWL Dallas Open and immediately disbanded. Havok then joined Blfire, Mosh, and Legal where they were picked up by InControl Gaming for the CWL New Orleans Open and placed Top 20 from open bracket. The team left InControl but remained together and were signed by Gone Gaming a few weeks later. They placed second in the CWL National Circuit United States 2018 Stage 1 and qualified for the Canadian Championship Series 2018 National Final where they placed Top 4. After three open event finished at Top 28, Top 28, and Top 32. Gone Gaming released the roster. A month later, Havok rejoined Gone Gaming with LlamaGod, Evasion, and Skyz. They didn’t see much better results as they placed Top 28 at the CWL Anaheim Open and failed to qualify for the Call of Duty World League Championship 2018. The team disbanded in the off season.
Black Ops 4
Havok joined Spacely, Maux, MajorManiak, and Nagafen in going into the season. The team announced that they would go orgless into the CWL Las Vegas Open hoping to increase their stock should they qualify for the CWL Pro League. Right before the event, Str8 Rippin signed the roster for the event only. The team placed Top 8, then competed as Team Space at the Pro League Qualifier and made it into the league. After qualifying, they found their pay day as they were signed by esports giants Gen.G.
CALL OF DUTY: MODERN WARFARE
Havok announced on December 2nd, 2019 that he signed with the Florida Mutineers for the 2020 season of Call of Duty League.
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Call of Duty League 2020
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Call of Duty World League 2019
Call of Duty World League Anaheim 2019
Call of Duty World League London 2019
Call of Duty World League Miami Finals 2019
Call of Duty World League Pro League 2019
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