Valorant Pro and Former Sentinels Player Sinatraa got Six Figure offer from Indian Organization: Jay “sinatraa” Won, a former Sentinels player, has been given a six-figure contract to play competitive Valorant in India. The CEO of the Indian group Gods Reign, Rohith “KR,” made Sinatraa an “open offer” on Twitter for a $144,000-per-year deal to play for his Valorant squad. Sinatraa offer from Indian Organization
The tweet was in response to a remark made by Valorant coach for Bleed eSports Abhishek ‘Godspeed’ Bajaj. After the Challengers qualifiers were over and “a lot of good players without a team,” he advised Indian organisations hoping to recruit foreign players to “look at NA.”
Bankrupt?? Open offer for @sinatraa to join @GodsReignIN $12kUSD per month ($144,000 annum) 30% upfront! Excl medical, travel, and hospitality!, Rohit said on Twitter
— KR ROHITH (@KRROHITH2) January 23, 2023
Former Sentinels Valorant streamer Jay “Sinatraa” Won thrilled fans all across the world earlier this month by announcing his VCT 2023 endeavour. Unfortunately, after losing a few games, his young team, Untamable Beasts, was unable to advance through the VCT North America Challengers LCQ.
Sinatraa has not yet accepted Gods Reign’s invitation as of the time of writing. After declaring in April 2022 that he wished to return to competition, he has not provided any information regarding his future plans.
Gods Reign is a Bangalore-based organisation run by Indian owners and stakeholders. It was founded in 2018 as a PUBG Mobile esports team. The squad representing Gods Reign will try to compete in the South Asian Valorant Challengers League, which will grant entry to the Pacific Ascension competition. On January 23, Valorant reporter Seulgi reported that Gods Reign had already reached an agreement with Nick “tixx” Quinn and was about to sign their second Australian player, Kale “fall” Dunne.