“Classic Sykkuno”- Ludwig Reacts To Sykkuno Meeting Corpse

Published 03/26/2021, 11:56 AM EDT


As the world rejoices over Sykkuno and Corpse finally meeting, popular streamers too expressed their thoughts. Among them was Ludwig Ahgren, the streamer on a ‘Subathon’.

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Sykkuno met Corpse a year back during a game of the popular online multiplayer, Among Us. The duo continued their online friendship but never met each other in real life; one of the primary reasons being Corpse’s mysterious identity.

Since Corpse Husband started streaming, he has kept his face hidden. Not much is known about the streamer who has millions of followers. Corpse has also made his mark in the music industry, having recently featured in an album with Machine Gun Kelly.

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Ludwig comments on Sykkuno meeting Corpse

As Ludwig continues his subathon stream, he couldn’t help but watch Corpse’s TikTok post on meeting Sykkuno. The streamer made a funny remark while watching his friend Sykkuno’s reactions.

“Ladies and Gentlemen, Journalist Ludwig returning to scene to let you know breaking news. Corpse Husband posted a video on TikTok of him meeting Sykkuno for the first time in person by handing him a hoodie. Sykkuno likely will put his hand over his mouth and giggle very cutely. Classic Sykkuno. He’s so cute,” Ludwig said on his stream.

The hoodie handed out to Sykkuno was a part of Corpse’s official merchandise. Sykkuno tried getting his hands on the hoodie earlier. However, the merch had sold out. This is when Corpse promised to hand deliver the hoodie to him, and he lived up to his promise.

Subathon reaching closure?

Ludwig started the subathon back on March 17, 2021, as part of a charity stream. Since then, he has been adding hours to his stream based on subscriptions to his Twitch channel.

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The basic rules are simple. Every time someone subs, Ludwig adds 10 seconds more to his stream. That has put Ludwig in over a week’s time of live streaming. The streamer has continuously been live while playing games, cooking, working out, and even while sleeping.

In the process, he has broken several records and has become the number one subscribed channel on Twitch.

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As of now, Ludwig has 24 hours more on his clock. Judging by the scenario, it looks like the subathon is coming to an end soon enough.

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Hrithik Unnikrishnan

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Hrithik Unnikrishnan is an eSports and WWE author at EssentiallySports since April 2020. A journalism undergraduate with experience in creative design, Hrithik has a profound love for everything competitive. He grew up watching WWE and playing various titles like Call of Duty, FIFA, and Hitman.

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