Wolf used to be one of the best French Warcraft III players. He won many notable offline events, such as Gamers Assembly 2006, Atomic Re-SO 2006, three Cup of France... He also reached the quarterfinals of World e-Sports Game #3 in South Korea, and the quarterfinals of ESWC 2005. He eventually stop playing Warcraft III in June 2009, in order to focus on his oncoming bachelor's exam. He made his comeback two months later, while the French Warcraft III scene was fading away.
- Currently lives in Switzerland.
|2008-02-24||1st||Tier 3||Atomic Re-SO - 2008||2 : 1||$299.92|
|2007-12-23||1st||Tier 3||PING-ARENA #10||$735.90|
|2007-12-02||1st||Tier 3||L’Atalan 2007||2 : 0||$734.80|
|2006-11-26||1st||Tier 3||Spirit Lan #4||2 : 0||$261.70|
|2006-10-29||1st||Tier 3||ProGamers LAN 10||$254.86|
|2006-08-27||4th||Tier 1||European Nations Championship 2006||2 : 3||$1,275.70|
|2005-12-11||5th - 8th||Tier 1||World eSports Games 2005 - Season III||1-2||Grp S.||$1,000|
|2005-09-18||1st||Tier 2||ESL Pro Series France - Season II||2 : 1||$244.78|
|2005-08-21||2nd||Tier 1||European Nations Championship 2005||$2,431|
|2005-07-10||5th - 8th||Tier 1||Electronic Sports World Cup - 2005||0 : 2||$2,000|
|Extended list of results|