Jay ‘Sinatraa’ Won
Jay Won commonly known as “Sinatraa” is an American Professional Esports player. Sinatraa started his professional career as an Overwatch player and later switched to Valorant. Sinatraa is currently signed with Sentinels as part of their Valorant squad. Apart from being a professional player Sinatraa is also a streamer and streams regularly on Twitch.tv
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Jay “Sinatraa” Won was born on March 18, 2000, in Shoreline, Washington, United States. Sinatraa love playing video games since his childhood. His love for FPS games started at a very young age especially for games like; Counter-Strike, Call of Duty, and Halo 3. His love for gaming increased with age and he dropped out of high school to pursue a career in esports.
Sinatraa started his esports career as an Overwatch player with the game’s competitive mode, where he became the top-rated player by the third season. In pursuit of a competitive career, Sinatraa signed with Selfless Gaming and dropped out of high school to move to Selfless Gaming house. In selfless gaming Sinatraa played with popular players like Daniel “dafran” Francesca and Jeff “emongg” Anderson, However, the team didn’t win any big tournaments but this team helped Sinatraa earned a lot of experience and recognition in the Overwatch Community.
In 2017, after the announcement of the Overwatch League. Many esports Organizations were looking to sign the best players around the world to their respective teams. After a bidding war between Cloud9 and NRG Esports, Sinatraa signed a $150,000-per-year contract – three times the league’s minimum salary – with NRG Esports’ team San Francisco Shock. However, at that time Sinatraa was only 17 years old and not eligible to play.in league matches, until he turned 18.
Sinatraa finally made his Overwatch debut on March 21, 2018, against Florida Mayhem. But all these months without competing in a competitive environment really hurt his performance and he was not able to coordinate well with his team. Sinatra’s and his team’s struggle continued throughout the season and they finished ninth out of twelve at the end of the season.
In 2019, with the Overwatch meta shifting to three-tank, three-support composition, Sinatraa found his long lost performance playing as Zarya throughout the majority of the season. Because of his incredible plays, he was considered the best Zarya player in the world. Sinatraa led his team to the second-best season record with his leading hero damage per 10 minutes ratings. Sinatraa led his team to all three-stage finals and won the one title. Due to his impressive ability to flex onto a multitude of different heroes Sinatraa was awarded the Role Star commendation for DPS and won the OWL Most Valuable Player award.
Due to his impressive performance and ability to flex Sinatraa was quickly voted in as a member of Team USA for the upcoming 2017 Overwatch World Cup, but Team USA wasn’t able to achieve anything and was eliminated right after qualifiers. Team USA didn’t do anything in the 2018 Overwatch World Cup either.
Coming into the 2019 Overwatch World Cup after the continuous disappointing performance for 2 years in World Cup Team USA swept the group stages with a 12-0 map record and secured first seed, including beating rivals South Korea. Since they were seeded first they qualified directly for Semi-finals where they face rival team South Korea again and after an impressive back and forth match Team USA end up victorious with a 3-1 scoreline. Team USA then faced Team China in the finals where Team USA beat them 3-0 to win the gold medal. Due to his impressive performance throughout the World Cup Sinatraa was announced MVP of the World Cup.
In April 2020, Sinatraa announced that he’s losing his passion for Overwatch and retired from Overwatch.
In April 2020, Sinatraa was signed by Sentinels as part of their Valorant Squad. Sinatraa and his team placed 2nd in FaZe Clan Invitational and placed 1st in Ignition Series: Pop Flash tournament. Sinatraa was suspended on March 2021 by Riot and the Sentinels following sexual abuse allegations. On May 17, 2021, after conducting their investigation Riot announced that for failing to adequately co-operate with the investigation, Sinatraa will be suspended for six months (which included the time he was previously suspended in March ) and he will also have to complete professional conduct training before that he won’t be reinstated back.
Best Valorant Tournament Placements:
- 2nd in VCT 2021: North America Stage 1 Challengers 2
- 1st in VCT 2021: North America Stage 1 Challengers 1
- 2nd in Nerd Street Gamers – Winter Championship
- 1st in JBL Quantum Cup
- 3rd-4th in First Strike North America
- 1st in Pop Flash
- 2nd in FaZe Clan Invitational
- 1st in 30Bomb: Summer Cup – 2020
- 1st in PAX Arena Invitational
- 3rd in Pulse Invitational