M0xyy wins massive Twitch sub bet with epic 1v4 Valorant clutch

by Michael Gwilliam


Twitch streamer m0xyy took his Valorant game to the next level in order to win 200 subs when his team found themselves in a 1v4 situation.

During a stream on April 10, the Twitch star’s team dropped like flies, leaving m0xyy alone in a tough situation. Not only did he have to plant the Spike, he only had fourteen health to work with. This was a match where heroes had to be born.

Sensing the overwhelming obstacle ahead, his team decided to make a bet, wagering 200 Twitch subs if the streamer could defy the odds and win the round.

Don't turn your back to m0xyy.


“Two-hundred total,” m0xyy’s teammate said.

With twenty-five seconds left and the Spike in-hand, the streamer made his move and planted it on A before dodging a freeze and hiding behind a corner.

As an enemy walked by, the streamer shot him several times in the back, turning the 1v4 into a 1v3.


Next, he headed back towards the Spike where an enemy was about to attempt a disarm and scored a headshot, taking them out.

Instantly thereafter, a foe managed to dodge a Blast Pack by jumping but fell victim to another headshot by m0xyy completely flipping the round on its head.

Finally, to end things with a bang – literally, he activated Raze’s Showstopper Ultimate and fired a rocket at the remaining adversary right as they turned the corner, scoring the ace, the round, and the bet.

M0xyy had to bring out the big guns.


“Let’s go!” he screamed with glee.

While his team did end up losing the match later on, the streamer’s teammates fulfilled their end of the deal.

“All I gotta say is just know dude, tens of thousands of people just saw me get scammed by you guys if you don’t pay up,” he said.


Just like that, 100 subs were gifted, shocking the Valorant player. “That’s too much, dude,” he laughed. “I was kidding!”

Not only did BTC gift 100, but the other teammate, Yassuo, gifted 100 too, bringing the total to 200.

It just goes to show that you should never bet against m0xyy, especially when Twitch subs are on the line.