Sentinels has attracted a lot of attention in the North American VALORANT scene. Nonetheless, the team has seen many changes and has gone through many hardships.
Earlier this year, professional player and member of Sentinels, Jay “sinatraa” Won was suspended from VCT Masters Stage 1 following his ex-girlfriend’s accusations of sexual assault. While this came as a huge setback for the team, Sentinels dealt with the issue by bringing in Tyson “TenZ” Ngo. Later, the newly formed Sentinels roster went on to dominate the VCT NA Stage 1 Masters and secured the top position.
During a Q&A session on Twitch yesterday, SicK revealed that the team was going through some more stress at the moment. Tweets from the other team members also solidify his claim. On the other hand, many people from the community are speculating that this may indicate the return of Sinatraa to the professional scene.
Sinatraa’s return would mean that he would replace TenZ in the Sentinels lineup. However, in a recent stream session, TenZ declared that he will, indeed, go to Iceland for the LAN tournament. This diminishes the chances of sinatraa returning to the professional scene any time soon.
In the end, these are all speculations from the very little amount of information given by the players. Sentinels is yet to issue any information regarding this matter. Thus, we can only wait to learn what the team members are going through with the official notice mentioned by SicK during his stream session.