“There’s Gonna Be a Bunch More People Soon”: Ludwig Believes More Streamers Will Leave Twitch Following DrLupo and TimTheTatman

Published 09/07/2021, 10:39 AM EDT


Ludwig Anders Ahgren, or just Ludwig, seems to believe that we might get to witness more streamers leaving Twitch. The 26-year-old Twitch streamer is famous for broadcasting video game-related content on his channel.

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This month TimTheTatman made headlines following his switch from Twitch to YouTube Gaming. The streamer will now exclusively stream for YouTube. He is not the only one to make the switch. A few months back, Benjamin Lupo, aka DrLupo, left Twitch to exclusively stream for YouTube Gaming. 

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Ludwig thinks that Twitch might see more streamers leave the platform

Apart from streaming on Twitch, Ludwig also co-hosts a podcast named The Yard. In one of his recent discussions, while talking about TimTheTatman and his move to YouTube, Ludwig stated, “There is gonna be a bunch more people soon.” When asked why he believes this, he simply said, “I can’t leak.”

But the streamer did reveal some “secret information” concerning the state of Twitch. As per Ludwig, “I think a lot of streamers are going to leave Twitch for YouTube.” 

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If this does turn out to be true, it definitely spells trouble for Twitch. Lately, the streaming giant has been facing a lot of competition from YouTube as well as others. After Dr Disrespect was banned from the site, he signed an exclusive deal with YouTube Gaming and has managed to gain a strong foothold. 

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With his bud TimTheTatman joining him (and taking his viewers with him in the process), things are not looking good for Twitch. Apart from TimTheTatman, Rachell “Valkyrae” Hofstetter, Lannan “LazarBeam” Eacott, and Elliott “Muselk” Watkins are some big names to have joined YouTube Gaming in the recent past. 

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YouTube Gaming is on a signing spree, and while Twitch continues to dominate the streaming scene, the question remains for how long?

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