Sentinels Valorant player Sick released from jail

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According to a report by Dot Esports, Sentinels’ VALORANT player Hunter “Sick” Mims has been released from jail after being arrested for criminal trespassing. The 21-year-old player was arrested on March 4, 2023, and was released on bail on March 15, 2023. His release was attested by the data entries from the Collin County jail.

The Sentinels player spent 11 days in jail for criminal trespassing. The incident reportedly stemmed from a public altercation at a Ferrari car dealership, and he was arrested on March 4 with a $5,000 bond set. Sentinels paid for the bond and his sister’s travel to facilitate his release.

Sick following his switch from CSGO joined Sentinels’ VALORANT team, having spent 11 days in jail for criminal trespassing he believes that he can hit the ground running in the upcoming events. Following his arrest, Sentinels was suspended Sick temporarily and will require to undergo training before returning to the team, as also reported by Dot Esports.

As a result of Sick’s absence, Sentinels signed Marved, a former OpTic Gaming player, as a substitute player for the VALORANT roster. However, reports suggest that Sick will continue.

The next match for Sentinels would be the opening match of the Americas International League against 100 Thieves on the 1st of April. Only time can tell if Sick will make an appearance in their roster or we will find Marved donning the Sen jersey.

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