Sinatraa does an insane flanking echo trick in the Overwatch backflow

Former Overwatch League MVP turned Valorant pro Jay ‘Sinatraa’ Won returned to the game that made him famous during a Twitch stream on March 1st, and it’s clear he hasn’t lost his touch.

While Sinatraa doesn’t play nearly as much Overwatch anymore, the Sentinels star could very well have continued his professional career, as evidenced by his Echo games, in which he absolutely dominated the enemy.

The American Overwatch League and World Cup champion played Echo on defense in Hollywood and had lost half the time, leaving the attackers only two minutes to capture Point A.

After just using Echos Duplicate Ultimate in the previous fight, Sinatraa went into the next engagement with zero Ultimate, but that didn’t matter at all thanks to a quick flank and a Mercy pouch.

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Focusing Beam can destroy enemy teams.

“Echo is damn nice, brother,” grinned Won as he flew into the air to fire a few sticky bombs and primary fire at the double-shell armor.

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Eventually the enemy Baptiste was forced to take advantage of his immortality field early on, and Sinatraa took advantage of that moment to capitalize on the attacker now having a key ability to cool off.

As he flanked through the server room, he was followed by a mercy that caused a damage boost and increased his attacks by 30%. With this power he was able to activate the focusing beam on both enemy supports and wipe them off with ease.

To investigate, he easily disposed of the Orisa with a few primary fire shots, stored a Hanzo with lots of sticky bombs, and then helped dispose of McCree and Sigma for the team kill.

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Strangely, all but one of those final blows belonged to Sinatraa, showing the strength of Echo in a backline with a Mercy bag.

“That character is fucking broken!” Sinatraa laughed out loud.

In the end, his team managed to get the W out of it, and Sinatraa’s efforts earned him the Play of the Game award. It’s crazy to imagine what he would be capable of if he ever returned to Overwatch in his fledgling career.

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