‘I don’t regret something’: VALORANT Champions 2022 winner hits back after controversial Sentinels switch

Gustavo “Sacy” Rossi has lastly shed some mild on his transfer to Sentinels after parting methods together with his VALORANT Champions-winning crew final month.

After making the switch to Sentinels on Oct. 15 alongside Brazilian teammate Bryan “pANcada” Lun, Sacy says he has been on the receiving finish of hateful messages on social media.

“I chose to represent LOUD along with the project that I set up alongside Saad, in the face of several other options and I don’t regret anything. We conquer the world,” he mentioned on Twitter final night time, in line with a machine translation. “I understand sadness, but hate? It’s kinda sad.”

“I don’t think I ever understood the hate that I got and sometimes get until today. I never commented on it,” Sacy added.

He underlined that those that have adopted him from the start of his profession know his dream was to problem himself in a global crew. “I have a very strong squad by my side, a new challenge in my career because of English, I’m literally fulfilling my childhood dream,” Sacy mentioned.

The participant added that he turned down different gives final 12 months to stick with LOUD since he knew the crew had the potential to succeed on the worldwide stage.

Sacy is simply one of many new gamers to hitch Sentinels. The crew additionally introduced in Rory “dephh” Jackson and Zachary “zekken” Patrone, who each performed for XSET previous to the switch. Alongside pANcada, they be a part of Tyson “TenZ” Ngo and Hunter “SicK” Mims to make up a star-studded roster.

Sentinels and LOUD are members of Riot Games’ franchised VALORANT competitors and can play on the highest stage subsequent 12 months.

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