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Former Valorant Sentinels Player SicK Banned from Twitch following “Erratic Behaviour”

Adnan Juzar Kachwala
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Former Valorant Sentinels Player SicK Banned from Twitch following "Erratic Behaviour"

The past few months have been really bad for former Sentinels Valorant player SicK. He was not allowed to enter Lock In to watch his team’s match, which started this whole fiasco.

Ever since SicK’s Lock In fiasco, there have been lots of instances where he was not himself. He got arrested and put into jail. He was off Twitter for almost a month and when he returned he displayed signs of manic behavior.

We got some personal insight from his former Sentinel teammate ShahZaM saying that he has not been the person he once knew. You can check out everything about that even here. In addition, when SicK returned to streaming he was barely himself, which might be the reason he got suspended.

His Twitter has been going rampant. He also posted pictures of Marijuana and how he claimed he was running for president. Let us look at everything we know so far.

Why Did Valorant Personality SicK Banned on Twitch?

A lot of people who closely know SicK have been concerned for his well-being due to his recent behavior on and off the stream. The first time he got arrested, he was supported by Sentinels CEO as well. However, his second arrest was quite a shock for everyone who knew him.

In the video above, you can see that in his stream he was barely able to speak English. His enunciation was off and he was just mumbling. Quite a while ago, we saw the mention of drugs and marijuana in his profile. We believe all the attention and eyes on him are causing him to run rampant.

While we do not know the concrete reason why he was banned from Twitch, we do think it was due to the fact that he has been tweeting about alarming things on social media. He has told anyone and everyone about the recent car purchases he has made, the talk about becoming president, showing marijuana in his tweet, mentioning Drake and Jenna Ortega, and so on.

At the time of writing, SicK has not explained why he was banned from the platform. However, considering the circumstances, an address on the ban might be the last thing he needs to do. To check out SicK’s tweet on becoming president, click here.

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Adnan Juzar Kachwala

Adnan Juzar Kachwala

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Adnan Kachwala is a Gaming Journalist working as a Content Writer at The SportsRush. Adnan started covering Valorant when he watched Shroud dominate public matches with his aim. He wanted to write about Call of Duty ever since his first Nuclear in Black Ops II. He has an expertise in FPS games like Call of Duty and Valorant and has been covering them along with other games for more than two years. He has written more than 600 articles on both of those games along with other popular AAA titles. He has a Mass Media Degree with a Specialization in Journalism. Adnan has an expertise writing listicles related to Gaming and reviewing newer releases. When he is not making content, you can find him reading books, creating videos and watching Valorant Esports on Twitch.

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