Blizzard Won't Tell Sinatraa Anymore About His Overwatch League MVP Skin

Nicholas Barth,

February 3, 2020 5:37 AM

San Francisco Shock star player Sinatraa recently explained how Blizzard is keeping him in the dark about his Overwatch League MVP skin after he leaked that it was for the character of Zarya.

Jay "Sinatraa" Won has a season to remember in 2019, as the young and talented player led the San Francisco Shock to the Overwatch Season 2 Championship and was named the MVP of the 2019 Overwatch League season. As with Season 1 MVP Bang "JJonak" Sung-Hyeon of the New York Excelsior, Sinatraa will be getting a custom MVP skin inspired by him for one of the characters on the Overwatch roster. However, the MVP is reportedly not getting any further details about how the skin will look following his leaking that it was being designed for the tank character of Zarya. 

According to a report by Dot Esports, Sinatraa revealed on a recent stream that he is no longer receiving any details about his MVP skin after he had leaked to the public that it was for Zarya. 

(Source: Overwatch League)
(Source: Overwatch League)

"When's my skin coming out? I don't know. Dude, they literally told me nothing now because I leaked that one thing about it being Zarya back then," said Sinatraa. "So they'll tell me nothing. It's actually a tragedy. I shouldn't have said it was Zarya. F*ck my life."

Unfortunately, not even the player that the skin is being inspired by knows anything about it besides which character will use it. Now, Sinatraa and the rest of the Overwatch League community will have to wait until Blizzard reveals more official information regarding the highly anticipated cosmetic item to learn what it will look like when it is added to the popular esports title. 

What are your thoughts on Blizzard keeping details of the Overwatch League Season 2 MVP skin from Siantraa following his leak that it would be for Zarya? Let us know in the comments below?

(cover photo courtesy of the Overwatch League)


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