Connect with us


G2 Esports Valorant Player Mixwell Shows How To Counter Breach Flashes



Photo Credit: The photo was taken from the social media of the people mentioned in the title. If the photo owner wants us to remove, we will do it immediately.

24-year-old Spanish former CS:GO player Óscar Cañellas Colocho, known as “Mixwell,” had played for teams like Cloud9, Optic Gaming, and more. In June, he decided to join G2 Esports as a Valorant player.

About a month ago, Riot Game released new patch notes for Valorant and buffed Breach. After the update, Breach entered the meta while having three flashes instead of two and became an important pick for the teams.

Yesterday, Mixwell shared a clip from their match against FunPlus Phoenix and gave a tip about how to counter the Breach Flashes.

As you can see in the video, they were defending the A-side of Haven, and Omen put one smoke on top of the boxes in the middle of the side. In this way, they could reduce the effectiveness of the Breach flashes and proved that they are a pretty creative team.

Here is what Mixwell said:

“Yes, we do this to deny breach flashes on-site if we feel like they are about to explode, funny thing is I told Patitek to do it in freeze time, Sean.

It can be used better, it was an idea I had mid-game, and he had the balls to do it without practicing it before, that’s why it looks so sloppy. But we will do it better next time…”

You can check out the post below.

If you got any tips and feedback, mail me please: