|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||April 3, 1994|
|Ascendancy||??? 2009||??? 2009|
|Resistance||??? 2011||??? 2011|
|Influence||??? 2011||??? 2011|
|Sureal Legacy||??? 2011||??? 2011|
|FaZe Clan||??? 2012||??? 2012|
|Team Obey||??? 2012||??? 2012|
|apeX.Collapse||??? 2012||??? 2012|
|Quantic Gaming||??? 2012||??? 2013|
|Team FeaR||??? 2013||May 2013|
|UNiTE Gaming||May 2013||Oct 2013|
|Curse LV||Oct 2013||Jan 2014|
|FaZe Clan||Jan 2014||Jan 2014|
|Team EnVyUs||Jan 2014||Apr 2015|
|Team Kaliber||Apr 2015||Sep 2015|
|OpTic Nation||Sep 2015||Oct 2015|
|compLexity Gaming||Nov 2015||May 2016|
|Luminosity Gaming||May 2016||Oct 2016|
|Evil Geniuses||Nov 2016||Apr 2018|
Anthony "NAMELESS" Wheeler is a retired Call of Duty player that resides in the United States. He is well-known for his time spent on teams such as UNiTE Gaming, Team EnVyUs, and Team Kaliber. Is now a on air talent for Activison Blizzard and the host of the Codcast
Nameless is a veteran Call of Duty player who has been playing the series since Call of Duty 2 when it came with his Xbox 360. Nameless first got into competitive gaming through GameBattles during Call of Duty 2 on the team ladder. Nameless has been around for every professional event for Call of Duty and has always wanted to be the best whether GameBattles team ladder or MLG events.
Black Ops 2
After Black Ops 2 came out, NameLeSS found himself bouncing around teams. It wasn't until after he joined UNiTE Gaming that he started gaining a lot of recognition for being a top tier player. The first tournament he played for UNiTE Gaming was MLG Anaheim. They got an impressive 5th place considering the amount of devastatingly skilled and smart players and teams were at that event. It wasn't until MLG PAX Prime Invitational that NameLeSS got a championship. They took out the best team at the time compLexity. After that event, UNiTE found themselves disappointing 6th and 8th finishes. They took home 3rd at MLG Fall Invitational.
Once Ghosts came out, Nameless found himself on Curse LV. At UMG Philadelphia, they ended up taking 3rd place. Then after the event, a plethora of roster changes had occurred. Nameless found himself on EnVyUs. Ever since he joined, they have been consistently placing in the top 5. Then finally at Gfinity 3, EnVyUs took home a championship on convincing fashion. With the roster consisting of Nameless, MerK, Formal and JKap, EnVy looked extremely dominant at Gfinity 3. With their fans rejoicing that EnVy brought home a championship, they were confidently predicting that they would do the same at UMG Dallas. However, that was not the case. EnVy managed to make it into the finals before getting surprisingly taken out by the underdogs Denial placing 1st and EnVyUs taking 2nd. Nameless and the rest of the EnVy squad would finish out the Ghost season with a first place finish at the Season 3 Playoffs and a disappointing 8th place finish at ESWC 2014.
After a very strong start in the first two weeks of Advanced Warfare Nameless and Team EnVy would realize that they were no longer the best of the best. After multiple disappointing placings and a 9th-12th placing at the Call of Duty Championship 2015, Team EnVy would succumb to Rostermania. After 15 events with Team EnVy, Nameless would find himself alongside Sharp, Goonjar, and Parasite on the new Team Kaliber roster. Team Kaliber edged out a 8th place finish in Season 2 of the MLG Pro League. Then they would go on to surprise everyone by taking down the Call of Duty World Champions Denial eSports 4-1 then finish 4th at the Season 2 Playoffs.
- Anthony chose "NAMELESS" as his alias because a friend who passed away had suggested it.
- His all time favorite Call of Duty title is Call of Duty 2.
- NAMELESS' favorite moment in his competitive gaming career was winning his first MLG championship at MLG PAX Prime Invitational.