Ousted esports player Jay “Sinatraa” Won, who was suspended by him Brave team the Sentinels for six months last year for allegations of sexual assault and Failure to cooperate with an investigationShe announced a return to the competitive scene. Though he has yet to sign with a team, Sinatraa confirmed that his first pick is with his former Los Angeles Sentinels teammates.
Sinatraa announced the news on Twitter, saying he’s “ready for a return to competitive play and will start auditions this week.” And it’s probably her former over watch League MVP will join the Los Angeles-based team when he returns. Although the Sentinels have said nothing publicly, point esports and coming He could reportedly replace Jared “Zombs” Gitlin, a Sentinels player who has been absent lately.
This comes a year after Sinatraa’s ex-girlfriend accused him of sexual assault. His ex, who was in a nine-month relationship with Sinatraa, shared harrowing details of his abusive behavior, including an audio file of Sinatraa continuing to have sex with her despite her audibly saying no multiple times. The Sentinels suspended Sinatraa after the news broke in March 2021. Riot Games also got involved two months later, pursuing its own investigation and ultimately issuing a six-month suspension from Sinatraa for “not fully cooperating”. Back then, Sinatraa’s ex said them did not drop charges against Sinatraa. It’s unclear where things stand now as all the social media accounts linked to her have disappeared.
Despite the serious allegations was the announcement of the return of Sinatraa met With metric tons from praise by the likes of NRG Pro streamers Flexinya and foggy, which celebrated Sinatraa’s comeback. Of course not anyone was stoked over Sinatraa show his face again in the competitive scene, especially with the accusations quiet hovers over him.
Despite potentially courting controversy, the Sentinels have already begun videotaping Sinatraa. On the sports organizations YouTube channel Sinatraa can be seen playing Brave along with his teammates in a video posted just this week. It’s unclear when he’ll fully return, but it’s quite likely.
kotaku reached out to the Sentinels, Sinatraa, and Riot Games for comment, but did not receive an immediate response.
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