SEN Sinatra Mouse,Crosshair, Keybinds, Map, Video settings
While on the path to become one of the most polarizing figures in Esports, Jay ”Sinatraa” Won has amassed quite a resume for himself. Before joining the star studded team of Sentinels in 2020, he was already the face of Overwatch.
Before his flashes of brilliance on the early Sentinels roster and getting caught up in controversy, Sinatraa was a “made man'' in the world of FPS games. Walking away from Overwatch after winning everything you can in one year takes a tremendous amount of confidence in your talent, and luckily for us, Sinatraa has both in abundance.
Him winning the Overwatch League, Overwatch World Cup and becoming the MVP of this international event didn’t stop him from searching for a new challenge. And that challenge came in the form of Valorant, the new tactical shooter game that Riot Games released in 2020. He decided to become a professional Valorant player and performed admirably on the early Sentinels roster. Regardless if you love him or hate him for his talent, playstyle and personality, one thing can’t be denied. Jay Won can be ELITE at every FPS game he plays, and in this article we are going to be covering Sinatraa Valorant settings.
SINATRAA VALORANT MOUSE SETTINGS
Looking at Sinatraa Valorant settings, we can see that it’s nothing out of the ordinary when it comes to professional players. 800 DPI is pretty standard for most pro’s mouse speed apart from Hiko, and his scoped sensitivity multiplier is at 1. With mouse sensitivity of 0,387 and EDPI of 309 on his Logitech G PRO X Superlight mouse, Sinatraa is right in line with most pro mouse sensitivity settings.
|Raw Input Buffer||On|
In our best mouse settings article we discussed in more depth what all these settings do for you, so you should definitely check it out. The raw input buffer setting is pretty new for mouse settings in Valorant and its purpose is to have as little delay as possible between the mouse and the game. I’m sure that someone playing with a Logitech G Pro X Superlight mouse already has that handled but it’s still a useful setting.
SINATRAA VALORANT CROSSHAIR SETTINGS
If you have ever been in one of Sinatraa’s Twitch streams or seen some of his highlights on YouTube, you would immediately notice one thing. His weapon selection is very different from other Radiant players. That is probably a reflection of his past in the Overwatch days, but it also shows in his crosshair settings.
|Show Inner Lines||On|
|Inner Line Opacity||1|
|Inner Line Length||3|
|Inner Line Thickness||1|
|Inner Line Offset||3|
|Show Outer Lines||Off|
|Outer Line Opacity||1|
|Outer Line Length||1|
|Outer Line Thickness||0|
|Outer Line Offset||1|
His willingness and ability to use SMG’s like the Ares and Spectre in high rated games filled with pro’s shows his confidence in his crosshair placement and spray control. The 1313 inner lines make for a slim, tight and distinguishable crosshair. With crosshair color Cyan on the Asuna crosshair, he isn’t afraid to challenge the Vandals, Guardians and Operators even in long range duels.
Having no outlines or center dot makes for a simple and clean crosshair, with high opacity outlines to make sure it stands out in any environment. In our best crosshair color article we talked about how effective the Cyan color is, especially with outlines on and outer lines off. If you want to try out Sinatraa crosshair for a few games, we have the import code below:
SINATRAA VALORANT KEYBIND SETTINGS
For his key bindings settings, Sinatraa loves to keep it traditional and avoids using any mouse keys. Playing on the Logitech G Pro X mechanical keyboard headset in the form of JBL Quantum also means that he doesn’t have to do it, because he has one of the best gaming setups. Apart from using the SpaceBar, he also has Mouse Wheel Down binded for his Jump command. This might be unusual for older Counter Strike players and other pro players that prefer the Mouse Wheel Up for B-Hopping.
|Jump||Space Bar/ Mouse Wheel Down|
|Equip Primary Weapon||1|
|Equip Secondary Weapon||2|
|Equip Melee Weapon||3|
|Use / Equip Ability: 1||E|
|Use / Equip Ability: 2||Q|
|Use / Equip Ability: 3||C|
|Use / Equip Ability: Ultimate||X|
His primary weapon, his secondary weapon and his melee weapon key bindings are all set as the default Valorant settings, which proves one important thing. Even though setting guides can help you out, when searching for your optimal settings, you should definitely take personal preference into consideration. Your current settings might fit you better at this moment. Don't expect improvement as soon as you change them.
SINATRAA VALORANT MAP SETTINGS
In our best map settings article we discussed how important it is to have a large and zoomed minimap so you can read it with the corner of your eye without losing focus. And looking at the table below that shows Sinatraa Valorant settings, it seems that Sinatraa agrees with us. His map rotates according to his movement and he has the Vision Cones and show map region names setting always turned on.
|Fixed Orientation||Based On Side|
|Keep Player Centered||On|
|Minimap Vision Cones||On|
|Show Map Region Names||Always|
He does have the Keep Player Centered settings turned On, which a lot of pros don’t. We don’t recommend that you do this for multiple reasons we mentioned in our article linked above, but we guess that those Raze montage plays require a steady map.
SINATRAA VALORANT VIDEO SETTINGS
Having an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 and a high end gaming monitor, ensures that Sinatraa video settings will always be on the high side. But apart from his insane 3840x2160 resolution that goes against all of the stretched resolution Counter Strike veterans, the rest of Sinatraa Valorant settings seem normal. Everything about his graphics quality is turned on Low and he doesn’t use anything outside of Vignette and Distortion. In our best graphic settings article we touched upon the meaning of all these settings, so if you are curious you should definitely check it out.
|Aspect Ratio Method||Fill|
These video settings enable Sintraa to focus on the center of his screen and have a better depth perception due to the Distortion. Meanwhile the Anti-Aliasing and Anisotropic Filtering video settings help him get a clearer picture even at a resolution that high. This does come at a small performance drop, but I'm sure he’s not worried about that with the setup that he owns. His first person shadows are also turned off, which a lot of pros coming from other games prefer.