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G2 Esports’ Mixwell Says The Sound Works Differently On Stage

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Óscar Cañellas Colocho, known as “Mixwell,” is a 25-year-old Spanish Valorant player who has been playing under G2 Esports jersey for over a year now. Before that, he was playing CS:GO as a AWP player.

G2 Esports has been competing in one of the biggest tournaments in the Valorant esports scene, VCT Masters: Berlin, which is the second LAN event in Valorant history. Two days ago, they played their first match against the South Korean organization, F4Q.

Even though G2 Esports managed to win over F4Q with 2-1 scores, Mixwell took his official Twitter account after the matchup and shared the problem he faced during their match against the Korean roster.

In the post, Mixwell pointed out that the sound is really different compared to what they have used to playing online from home and said that there is actually a white noise that blocks lots of utility sounds.

Furthermore, the Spanish player was saying that this white noise blocks the sounds such as Sova’s Recon Dart, Skye’s Trailblazer, Raze’s Satchel, and many more. As Mixwell said, this might be the reason why some players act weird when they shouldn’t have.

Mixwell talked about the sound differences in LAN:

“All I am gonna say is that the sound is not like playing from home, the white noise actually blocks most of the utility sound like the skye wolf, raze satchel, sova drone so if you see someone doing a dumb play it might be because of that.”

You can check out the post below.

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