When Mixwell was growing up, he played video games on various consoles including the Nintendo GameCube and PlayStation. He played PC games as well. His older brother was the first to get into competitive gaming and to represent the national Counter-Strike team. However, his brother was the only one who had a computer, so he had to go to a LAN center in order to play video games.
At that point, he mainly played Day of Defeat with other people who were there, as well as Warcraft III with his younger brother. He then moved on to Counter-Strike: Source (CS) in 2007 and stuck with it, as he felt that it was the best competitive shooter.
When he was 15 years old, he formed a team with other players that he met on forums in order to compete at his first Counter Strike: Source LAN event. In 2012, he managed to get onto a good team called bGots that won a few tournaments in the national league. This attracted the attention of OpTic Gaming, who signed him on in April 2016.
In July 2018, he transferred to Movistar Riders as he felt that it would be good to return to Spain and attempt to bring about a high-level Spanish team. In July 2019, he then left the team in favor of Cloud9.
However, in February 2020, Mixwell was released from Cloud9’s active CS:GO roster. In April 2020, he tried out Valorant and decided to start maining it instead. This move paid off, as he was signed on as G2 Esports first pro-Valorant player in June 2020.
He has been streaming on Twitch since July 2016 and has been uploading to YouTube since October 2015.
According to Mixwell’s Twitch chat bot, he has around 2,150 subscribers. As he typically attracts thousands of viewers, he should be earning at least $7,525 USD per month. This is before taking into account additional income he receives from tiered subscriptions, advertisements, sponsorships, donations, Twitch cheer bit contributions, tournament winnings and his team salary. EsportsEarnings puts is total tournament winnings at over $260,000 USD.
His favorite football team is FC Barcelona.