Snoop Dogg has an operator in Warzone but has the rap legend actually played the game on stream?

Snoop Dogg, aka the D-O-double-G, aka the Dog Father, started his career as a very, very high rapper. But in recent years, Snoop Doggy Dog has become heavily involved in the esports scene. So has he picked up Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0?

Calvin "Snoop Dogg" Broadus Jr. currently sits on FaZe Clan's board of directors and has hosted and organized a variety of tournaments. He also streams, although is more known for how hilarious it is more than Snoop's skills as a gamer. For example, Snoop was once caught pretending to play a game, both of his hands busy with a blunt.

Another time, Snoop Dogg realized his livestream was on for eight hours despite him no longer sitting in front of his computer. He has also been known to rage quit when he plays Madden.

While there's no denying that Snoop Dogg is highly entertaining whether he's baking cookies with Martha Stewart while insanely high or playing video games while insanely high, fans are curious if the iconic rapper has picked up Warzone.

Snoop Dogg's history with Call of Duty

Snoop Dogg actually plays a pretty big role in the Call of Duty franchise. In April 2022, Snoop was announced as an operator in Call of Duty: Mobile. He was then added to Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone, both of which received a Snoop Dogg bundle.

While Snoop has appeared in Warzone, he surprisingly hasn't played Warzone. Instead, Snoop Dogg is focused on Madden, fighting games, and survival games. On his Twitch, where he has 822K followers, Snoop Dogg doesn't have any history of playing Warzone.

There's still a chance Snoop may drop into Al Mazrah, but the rapper turned streamer hasn't been interested in the battle royale just yet.