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G2 Esports Valorant Player Mixwell Says Riot Should Bring The League Of Legends Format Into The Game



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24-year-old Spanish former CS:GO player Oscar “mixwell” Cañellas Colocho had played for teams like Movistar Riders, Opti Gaming, Cloud9, and more. Right now, he has been playing Valorant for G2 Esports.

Mixwell took to his official Twitter account to share his thoughts about the current matchmaking system in Valorant and explained how to fix it.

Mixwell mentioned the fact that players could team up with the players who share the same roles and said that this is hurting the players a lot. Because of that, Mixwell stated that Riot Games should bring the League Of Legends format which allows players to pick their roles and start queuing for the game.

In this way, people can play with the right compositions and use the recourses properly, according to Mixwell. Even though he made a suggestion to fix matchmaking, he admitted that he doesn’t really know the ideal solution for this problem and showed how hard it is to be balanced.

Here is what Mixwell said:

“If you want to make sure people pick the right comps in ranked to be able to have all the resources to play properly, you can implement the League Of Legends queue system where you pick your role before the game starts? I don’t know what would be the ideal solution to be fair.”

You can read the tweet below.

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