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“Valorant Gave Me A Chance To Redeem Myself After CS:GO” Says G2 Esports Valorant Player Mixwell



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Óscar Cañellas Colocho, known as “Mixwell,” is a 25-year-old former CS:GO player who had played for teams like Cloud9, Optic Gaming, and many more. Since June 2020, he has been playing Valorant for G2 Esports.

Mixwell took to his official Twitter account to share a new post and made an impactful statement about his career in both CS:GO and Valorant.

In the post, Mixwell mentioned that he couldn’t stay long enough on top of his Counter-Strike career, and Valorant gave him a chance to redeem himself after this failure in CS:GO.

Furthermore, Mixwell pointed out that he learned lots of things from these mistakes and claimed that this is just the beginning of his new life. Also, Mixwell said that he will stay in Valorant for a long time and will keep everybody entertained.

Here is what Mixwell wrote:

“Valorant gave me the chance to redeem myself after not being able to stay on top in my CSGO career.

I didn’t do all I had to do and I’ve learned so much from the mistakes, this is just getting started and I am here to stay and keep everyone entertained.”

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