Ludwig Ahgren, a YouTuber and streamer, was also hit by police while streaming live.
Ahgren has a YouTube channel called Ludwig. He streams videos and pranks on it and talks about it. The channel is one of the most popular on YouTube with 3.45 million subscribers.
Ludwig is Ahgren’s alias and he hosts a YouTube podcast called The Yard under the name Ludwig. He also said that he will only stream gaming on YouTube instead of Twitch from now on. Still, he feels kind of bad about his podcast with the CEO of YouTube.
Was Ludwig Swated live streaming? What happened?
Ludwig Ahgren was beaten live on YouTube on August 28th. He’s the latest streamer to fall victim to the annoying and illegal “prank” happening to streamers and online celebrities around the world.
On August 8, Darren Watkins Jr., aka Ishowspeed, was arrested at his home for making video of himself calling the police. This was captured by the camera.
On the other hand, Ludwig is known for his jokes and pranks and runs the podcast The Yard on YouTube. Podcasts are a state-of-the-art way of providing information about specific events and new developments. They are good sources of information, especially for gathering information. He could put his name on it.
For those who don’t know, swatting is the illegal act of making a fake call to the police force in order to dispatch armed officers to a specific area. Pranksters often attack famous streamers like Ludwig because they find it funny to watch the invasion of streamers’ homes live on the internet.
On social media, people are sharing a video of him being beaten, showing the moment police officers entered his home while they were on duty and holding guns. However, the video was pulled from the stream.
How does Reddit feel about Ludwig getting hit?
After a live stream video of police officers beating Ludwig went viral, people on the internet wanted to know what happened and why the police were at his home.
In July, Ludwig and Los Pollos had a Twitter argument over whether slot machines as a game of chance or a kid’s promotion are worse than the Pokémon card meta that Ludwig was a part of.
The police then attacked Los Pollos, and Adin Ross immediately said that Ludwig told everyone in his neighborhood about the practice before the police hit Los Pollos. Adin Ross tells his 60,000 viewers that the person who hit Los Pollos was Ludwig. The same could have happened to Ludwig.
Ludwig recently proposed a Netflix documentary about a streamer who died after being beaten. It was related to the documentary Web of Make Believe, which he talked about in his mughal message.
A YouTuber’s video goes viral. Has he been arrested?
Ludwig released a new video after police removed his online swatting video. In it he said that he and the police got along well and that nothing bad had happened.
He said he was in a police car for an hour while they went to his house to check on him. The YouTuber was still alive and playing chess when police showed up. It’s not the first time someone hit him. He’d already been through it.
In a subsequent webcast, Ludwig spoke about what happened shortly afterwards. “Am I good?” He said, “Yes, I’m fine,” which made his fans happy. But his cat scratched him and he started bleeding from fear and worry.
Who is QTcinderella, Ludwig’s girlfriend?
Blaire is known online as QTcinderella. She is a YouTuber and streamer. She is known for creating and hosting The Streamer Awards. She also creates content for Team SoloMid, a well-known esports team.
Also, her current boyfriend, QTcinderella, and fellow streamer Ludwig Ahgren have been collaborating on many projects since June 2019.
life at home
Ahgren was born on July 6, 1995.
In Hollis, New Hampshire, where he grew up with his mother and sister, the family spoke both French and English. Ahgren’s father died when he was 10 years old from health problems caused by drinking too much alcohol. His father came from Sweden and the USA.
He attended high school in New Hampshire and graduated from Hollis/Brookline in 2013.
In 2012, he played Warner in his high school’s production of Legally Blonde. During this time he started a YouTube channel called TheZanySidekick where he talked about Call of Duty. This was his first attempt at creating content.
Ahgren lives in Los Angeles, California with QTCinderella, who streams on Twitch, and three others.
Career in competitive gaming
In 2018, Ahgren hosted the Ludwig Ahgren Championship Series, an invitational melee netplay tournament with a $1000 prize pool for the winner. Counter Logic Gaming’s SFAT won the tournament.
Ahgren said on April 13, 2020 that the first Ludwig Ahgren Championship Series would be followed by the Worldwide Ludwig Ahgren Championship Series.
When Ahgren announced it again on June 30, 2020, he changed the name to Ludwig Ahgren Championship Series 2. The tournament took place on July 25-26 and was won by Zain, a Golden Guardians player.
After Nintendo told The Big House 10 tournament to stop using an emulator that allowed netplay and matchmaking for Melee in November 2020, Ahgren announced the Ludwig Ahgren Championship Series 3, an unplanned charity tournament. LACS 3 took place on December 20th and 21st. In the final, Mang0 beat iBDW 3-1 and over $261,668 was raised for Gamers for Love.
Career in streaming
On May 16, 2018, Ahgren began live streaming part-time. On February 16, 2019, he made streaming his full-time job. In 2018 and 2019, Ahgren’s stream kept a small audience as it mostly featured gameplay from Super Smash Bros. Melee, Mario Party 2, and Dark Souls.
Ahgren set the world record for Mario Party 4’s push-button mini-game “Domination” on November 10, 2019. He did this by defeating a tool-based speedrun bot designed to be the fastest. He did this by getting a score of 201, which was higher than the previous limit of 160, made possible by a mod that increased the number of points that could be scored.
Owen S. Good, a reporter for Polygon, compared Ahgren’s face after he did it to Shaquille O’Neal’s after his famous alley-oop dunk in the 2000 Western Conference Finals. He said, “Ahgren’s face was like Shaq’s after his alley-oop dunk.” “If aliens came to earth and I had to explain what video games are and why they’re fun, I’d show them. Bow down, Ludwig”.
In January 2020, Ahgren and other melee players and personalities like Mew2King and Plup were invited to a Pokémon Sword and Shield tournament by the 2016 Pokémon World Champion, Wolfe Glick. Ahgren won the tournament that was for Pokémon Sword and Shield. Ahgren also beat Mang0 and Destiny and won an invitation only tournament hosted by Americas Cardroom to find the “King of Twitch Poker”.
Ahgren was asked to join other popular Twitch streamers in Chess.com’s PogChamps amateur chess tournament in June 2020. He finished second in the consolation round. After that, Ahgren was on the cover of Chess Life’s August 2020 issue.[Note:[Note:[Notiz:[Note:
Ahgren released a Christmas themed EP titled A Very Mogul Christmas on December 7, 2020. In the same month, both Ahgren’s YouTube channel and Twitch channel exceeded a million followers. Dot Esports’ Cale Michael said that Ahgren’s rapid growth is due to his “growing Twitch stream, ongoing collaborations with other major creators, and his willingness to try new forms of content both live and on his YouTube channel.”
Ahgren and another streamer, Cr1TiKaL, started a game show called “Hivemind” on Twitch in January 2021. People from across Twitch were asked to join the show.
Ahgren was one of many streamers whose earnings on Twitch were leaked during a data leak in October 2021. The leak revealed that Ahgren made $3.3 million directly from Twitch between August 2019 and October 2021, which Ahgren himself confirmed.
Ahgren said on November 29, 2021 that he would be leaving his current live streaming site, Twitch, and would start streaming to YouTube on November 30. He told people about it in a short comedy skit that he posted to Twitter and YouTube. In the sketch, he blew up a purple car that represented Twitch. Early on in his time on the platform, Ahgren was banned twice for violating the DMCA, which meant his streams were suspended for a while.
On July 2, 2022, Ludwig hosted his long-awaited Mogul Money Live game show at the YouTube theater, which was packed with more than 5,000 people.
Pokimane, xQc, Sykkuno, Mizkif, Sodapoppin, Fuslie, ConnorEatsPants, Will Neff and Nick Envy are some of the participants (Falco). Sykkuno won the competition and received a Golden Toilet as a prize. The event has 146,699 peak viewers, which is a new record for Ludwig’s YouTube channel.
Ahgren started a subathon on March 14, 2021 that lasted 30 days and ended on April 13, 2021. A “subathon”, short for “subscription marathon”, is a kind of live stream on Twitch. Every time a streamer gets a subscription, meaning a viewer donates $5, more time is added to a timer that’s counting down. When the timer reaches 0, the stream stops. During his subathon, Ahgren gained approximately 282,000 new subscribers. It broke the record for most concurrent Twitch subscribers set by Tyler “Ninja” Blevins in 2018.