|Sinatraa Quick Info|
|Date of Birth||March 18, 2000|
Sinatraa is an American professional gamer who is best known for being a Valorant (free-to-play hero shooter game) player for the Los Angeles-based esports organization Sentinels (2020-Present). He had previously excelled at playing Overwatch (team-based multiplayer first-person shooter game) for the San Francisco Shock (2018-2020) and Selfless Gaming (2016-2017). He was named the Overwatch League (OWL)’s ‘Most Valuable Player’ in 2019 and had won the year’s Overwatch League Grand Finals. The same year, he had won the 2019 Overwatch World Cup (OWWC) as a member of Team USA and was named the tournament’s ‘Most Valuable Player’. In April 2020, he had officially announced his retirement from Overwatch stating that he had lost passion for the game.
Shoreline, King County, Washington, United States
Sinatraa had attended the Shorewood High School in his hometown of Shoreline where he had played baseball for 2 years before dropping out during the 2nd semester of his junior year to pursue a career in esports.
- Siblings – June Won (Older Brother)
6 ft or 183 cm
70 kg or 154.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Sinatraa has dated –
- Cleo Hernandez – Sinatraa, in March 2021, was accused by his ex-girlfriend Cleo ‘cle0h’ Hernandez of s*xual abuse after which he was suspended by both Riot Games and the Sentinels.
- Emmy Uh (2020-Present)
Race / Ethnicity
Multiracial (Asian and White)
He is of South Korean descent on his father’s side and German descent on his mother’s side.
- Lanky frame
- Side-parted, wavy hair
- Affable smile
- Clean-shaven look
- He had developed a love for video games from a very young age, first-person shooter games like Halo 3, Call of Duty, and Counter-Strike, in particular, which he used to play with his brother.
- His professional gaming career had started by playing Overwatch in competitive mode and he had reached the number one position in the player rankings by the end of the 3rd season. He had then signed a contract with Selfless Gaming, dropped out of high school, and had moved to Atlanta to live in the Selfless Gaming house. Although the team did achieve some success, it never won a tournament and eventually disbanded in July 2017.
- After the creation of the Overwatch League (OWL) in 2017, he was involved in a bidding war between NRG Esports and Cloud9. He was ultimately signed for a USD 150k-per-year contract (thrice the league’s minimum salary) by NRG Esports‘ team San Francisco Shock. There, he was reunited with his former Selfless Gaming coach Brad ‘Sephy’ Rajani, who was serving as the head coach of NRG Esports‘ OWL team. As he was just 17 years old at the time of signing the contract, he had to wait for about a year to compete in the league’s matches.
- In the 2019 OWL season, he had led the league in hero damage per 10 minutes and had helped his team claim a 23–5 regular-season win-loss record, a perfect +28 map differential stage, all 3-stage finals appearances, and one stage title.
- In June 2020, OWL had released a commemorative, in-game skin for Zarya (his playable character throughout the majority of the 2019 season) in honor of his ‘MVP’ award for the 2019 season.
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