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Valorant pro Sinatraa hints at retirement with new Twitter bio

The Sentinels signed player has removed any indication of being a Valorant pro, simply indicating he's a content creator.
Valorant pro Sinatraa hints at retirement with new Twitter bio

Jay "Sinatraa" Won may opt not to return to competitive Valorant after Riot's six-month suspension is up, as his new Twitter bio suggests he'll move to full-time content creation for Sentinels, the esports org who has yet to announce the future of the former Overwatch pro within their ranks.

Esports Talk host Jake Lucky tweeted out the updated bio comparing it to what was previously under Sinatraa's profile, with any semblance of Won being a Valorant pro being wiped out.

sinatraa valorant pro(Picture: Jake Lucky)

Sinatraa, who was sidelined while an investigation was being conducted regarding accusations from his ex-girlfriend of sexual misconduct, failed to provide video evidence that he had previously promised to have in his possession, thus the six-month suspension as Riot stated Won had "misrepresented certain facts, made false statements, and did not cooperate with the investigation." 

The 21-year-old stated offscreen during a recent Twitch stream that he "doesn't know" if he'll go pro again, and all indications seem to suggest he will be true to his word this time around.

Sinatraa responded to the six-month investigation by apologizing to Cleoh, his ex-girlfriend, for all the pain he caused, and revealed the reason for not providing the video evidence he had promised was the fact he wanted to "honour" her decision of deleting the clip.