Ludwig Ahgren Wiki – Ludwig Ahgren Biography

Ludwig Ahgren born July 6, 1995.  known as Ludwig, is a French-American live streamer, YouTuber, podcaster, comedian, esports commentator, and competitor. Ahgren is best known for streaming himself on Twitch from 2018 to late 2021, and on YouTube beginning in late 2021, where he streams video game-related and non-gaming content, such as game shows and contests. . . He is also known for his work as an esports commentator for various Super Smash Bros. Melee tournaments. He is a co-owner of the esports organization Moist Esports. It began broadcasting full-time on February 16, 2019. Ahgren grew up in Hollis, New Hampshire.

Ludwig Ahgren Net worth

According to Net Worth Spot, his net worth is estimated at around USD 8.3 million.


The height of Ludwig Ahgren is 1.83m.


Early Life

While holding a widely publicized “subathon” event, Ahgren became the most-subscribed Twitch streamer of all time in 2021, eventually reaching around 282,000 subscribers at his peak, surpassing the previous record set by fellow Ninja. . On November 29, 2021, Ahgren announced that he had signed an exclusive contract with YouTube Gaming. At the 2022 Streamer Awards, Ahgren won “Streamer of the Year”. Ludwig Anders Ahgren was born on July 6, 1995, in Hollis, New Hampshire. Ahgren is of French and Swedish ancestry. He attended Arizona State University, where he was a member of the improv and stand-up comedy club Tempe Underground (formerly Tempe Late Night).  He graduated cum laude with degrees in English Literature and Journalism in 2017.

Ahgren began streaming live on Twitch part-time on May 16, 2018,better source needed] and transitioned to full-time on February 16, 2019. During 2018 and 2019, Ahgren’s broadcast had a relatively small audience, mainly airing the video games Super Smash Bros. Melee, Mario Party 2, and Dark Souls. Since June 2019, he has frequently created collaborative content with his current partner and fellow streamer QTCinderella. On November 10, 2019, Ahgren set the world record for the Mario Party 4 button mashing Domination minigame. According to Polygon, Ahgren’s record was faster than that of a bot-assisted speedrun. tools; According to Kotaku, this is false, as the bot had a max score of 160, while Ahgren was playing a modded version that removes the cap. . Owen S. Good of Polygon said, “If aliens landed and I had to explain what video games are and why they’re fun, I’d show them this. Take a bow, Ludwig.”


In January 2020, Ahgren, among other competitors and Melee personalities such as Mew2King and Plup, competed in a Pokémon Sword and Shield invitational tournament held by 2016 Pokémon World Champion Wolfe Glick, where Ahgren finished first.[11][ 12] In June 2020, Ahgren was invited to compete against other popular Twitch streamers in’s PogChamps amateur chess tournament, placing second in the consolation bracket. Ahgren was later featured on the cover of the August 2020 issue of Chess Life.


In November 2020, after the Melee The Big House 10 tournament received a cease and desist letter from Nintendo Ahgren announced the Ludwig Ahgren Championship Series 3, an impromptu charity tournament.[15] Taking place between December 20 and 21, it raised over $261,668 for Gamers for Love.

In December 2020, both Ahgren’s YouTube channel and his Twitch channel reached over one million followers; Dot Esports’ Cale Michael attributed his rapid growth to “expanding his Twitch stream, ongoing collaboration with other great creators, and his willingness to try new forms of content both live and for his YouTube channel.” Also in December, Ahgren released a Christmas album, A Very Mogul Christmas, to allow streamers to listen to Christmas music without DMCA issues.

In January 2021, Ahgren began hosting a game show on Twitch, titled Hivemind, with fellow streamer Cr1TiKaL. In October 2021, Ahgren was among a host of streamers whose Twitch earnings were revealed in a data breach; between August 2019 and October 2021, Ahgren earned $3.3 million through Twitch, which Ahgren confirmed.


On March 14, 2021, Ahgren held a subathon that lasted 30 days and ended on April 13, 2021.A “subathon”, short for “subscription marathon”, is a type of live broadcast on Twitch where each time a streamer receives a subscription (US$5 in viewer donations, more time is added to a down timer. Once the timer reaches zero, the transmission ends. Ahgren received around 282,000 subscriptions during his subathon, breaking the previous record set in 2018 by Tyler “Ninja” Blevins for most concurrent subscribers on Twitch.

You Tube Career

On November 29, 2021, Ahgren announced that he would be leaving live streaming on Twitch and moving to YouTube Gaming on November 30. He announced it with a short comedy skit, where he blew up a purple car that symbolized Twitch. According to Dot Esports, Ahgren cited his move to YouTube as one of the reasons Twitch later relaxed its exclusivity rules for its associated streamers.

In December 2021, Ahgren received two DMCA-related bans, temporarily suspending broadcasts from him. On September 11, 2022, Ahgren was banned for a third time during a broadcast in which he deliberately performed the copyrighted song “Go!!!”. to see how quickly he would be banned. He was penalized after one minute and thirty-one seconds, which he claimed was a “world record”.


On July 2, 2022, Ludwig hosted an in-person version of his game show, Mogul Money Live, to over 5,000 people on the YouTube Theatre. Contestants included Pokimane, xQc, Sykkuno, Mizkif, Sodapoppin, and Fuslie; among others. Sykkuno won the show and was rewarded with a “golden toilet”.

On September 23, 2022, Ahgren announced a chess boxing event, the Mogul Chessboxing Championship, to be held on December 11, 2022 at the Galen Center in Los Angeles; It featured streamers and professional chess players.At the event, Ahgren co-hosted and participated in a surprise chess game with Connor Colquhoun. On September 27, 2022, Ahgren announced the founding of creative agency Offbrand, along with fellow streamers Brandon ‘Atrioc’ Ewing, Nathan Stanz, and Nick Allen.

On September 28, 2022, Ahgren and Jschlatt, a fellow content creator, founded the YouTube channel “Lud and Schlatts Musical Emporium”, a project to release royalty-free recordings of famous compositions and two original songs in the style of the music. of Nintendo video games. for use in content creation. On October 15, Ahgren announced Swipe, his line of bidet products.


From October 21-23, 2022, Ahgren hosted an invitational tournament for Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in Las Vegas, Nevada with 32-player pools and a $30,002 prize pool for both games, which it was increased to $52,502 due to a cross-promotion with Capital One. The event was broadcast through the Ahgren and Alpharad channels. On October 20, the day before the event was to begin, Ahgren revealed that a major sponsor had backed out at the last minute. YouTuber MrBeast signed on as a sponsor through his company Feastables. According to Ahgren and tournament organizer Aiden ‘Calvin’ McCaig, the event cost $200,000 to produce.

Ahgren would host another Smash invite, the Scuffed World Tour, on December 18, 2022, in light of the community uproar surrounding Nintendo and Panda due to the cancellation of the 2022 Smash World Tour Championship. with Panda’s Panda Cup Finale being held on the same weekend before it was postponed, Ahgren invited the top sixteen Melee and Ultimate players from Smash World Tour 2022 to compete with the main goal of raise money to support VGBootCamp, the organizers of the Smash World Tour. In January 2023, Ahgren announced that he was joining Moist Esports as a co-owner.

Girl Friend

QTCinderella currently lives in Los Angeles, California with fellow streamer and boyfriend Ludwig Ahgren. Read More…….


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