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CS:GO Player Mixwell Is Kicked From Valorant For Cheating!

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Óscar Cañellas Colocho, known as “Mixwell,” is a 24-year-old Spanish CS:GO player who had played for teams like Cloud9, Movistar Riders, Optic Gaming, and many more. Currently, he is looking for a team to play.

Mixwell has shared a new video on his official Twitter account and revealed why he got kicked from Riot Games’ new FPS game, Valorant. During the game, he plugged in his photo to his computer, and the game detected this as a cheat program. Because of that, Valorant kicked him from the game.

Here is what Mixwell wrote:

“Hello Riot Suppor, VALORANT, I was playing on stream with my friends. I connected my USB charger to my phone and I got disconnected by the anti-cheat, can you unlock me please.

Apparently something similar happened to Lothar and more people, I will have to wait and I wanted to play so bad.”

A fan named Isaac replied:

“Imagine how many people had this issue and has his acc locked now.”

Another fan named Jesse replied:

“I’m actually terrified I’m going to forget about this and plug my phone in to charge and get locked out.”

You can check out the post below.

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