Moist Esports is now reinforced with another massive influencer as Ludwig Ahgren assumes the co-owner role in the organization.

Moist Esports just quaked the grounds of esports with its recent announcement. One of the biggest online personalities, Ludwig Ahgren, has become the co-owner of Moist Esports, which is founded by popular American personality, Charles White, Jr., also known as MoistCr1TiKaL.

"A new friend has appeared!" Moist Esports captioned its post which featured a comical skit to welcome Ludwig as Moist Esports' co-owner.

The video shows MoistCr1TiKaL flexing the trophies and achievements that Moist Esports earned from esports competitions. Ludwig then acknowledged its success without the support of crypto sponsors, which is the route that a lot of esports organizations took. Ludwig asked if he has to burn a lot of money to keep the organization afloat.

"Didn't Susan give you a lot of money to burn?" MoistCr1TiKaL retorted, referring to Susan Wojcicki the CEO of YouTube. The scene then switched to a shot of both of them literally burning dollars together.

Moist Esports strengthened with more influence

This Moist Esports and Mogul Moves crossover is mindblowing, not only for fans but also for the entire esports industry. Ludwig, a Twitch-turned-YouTube giant streamer who holds 4M subscribers, is known for his ingenuous events that are immensely successful. A few of them are the Mogul Money show and most recently, the Chessboxing Championship event, which even broke his all-time viewership record.

Ludwig at his Chessboxing Championship event.
Ludwig at his Chessboxing Championship event.

MoistCr1TiKaL, who has more than 12M subscribers on YouTube, is also known for exploring a wide spectrum of projects including doing podcasts and producing music. He also founded Moist Esports which now hosts teams across multiple esports titles such as Rocket League and Apex Legends. The Moist Esports Rocket League team is one of the most successful lineups in this org, having bagged a victory at the RLCS (Rocket League Championship Series) Spring Major which earned the team $90,000 USD.

MoistCr1TiKaL holding a Rocket League trophy won by Moist Esports.
MoistCr1TiKaL holding a Rocket League trophy won by Moist Esports.

The combination of both powerful influencers behind an esports org is groundbreaking. People are excited to see the potential of this partnership, especially during this layoff phenomenon that is affecting many esports organizations. It seems like Moist Esports is heading in a brighter direction with the additional support from Ludwig.

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