Internet personality Ludwig returns to Twitch after two years with multi-stream event Creators Dodgeball World Championship.
It has been a while since we saw Ludwig on Twitch. The internet personality was a notable figure on Twitch before he made a permanent move to YouTube in 2021. Recently, he revealed that he had a new pact with YouTube and he will start broadcasting his events to both YouTube and Twitch. He also announces a new event to mark his return to Twitch.
In a recent video titled "I'm Going Back to Twitch", Ludwig revealed that he is back on Twitch while still being an exclusive creator for YouTube. After two years, he decided to continue with YouTube under a new agreement.
"When I went back to YouTube to do the re-signing, I realized that my goal is not to make the most money possible. My goal is not to get the highest average viewership possible. My goal simply put is to do really cool events that I think are cool and also dope and also have them being seen by the most amount of people. I'm capping myself if I only stream these events on YouTube or Twitch"
According to the new agreement, he will still be doing his usual content on YouTube under his channel. In addition, he will broadcast his events on both his YouTube channel and Twitch channel. However, he had to change his Twitch channel from Ludwig to Mogul Moves to cater to the new agreement.
Creators Dodgeball World Championship will be multi-stream on Twitch and Youtube
The event will feature 30 content creators representing six teams of platforms: Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, Kick, Podcasters, and chessboxers. We have yet to receive the full list of participants but according to the ticketing page, we will be seeing familiar names like OfflineTV, Valkyrae, Hasan, and Sykkuno.
The ticket is available for $29.50 USD each. You can check out more details on the Creators Dodgeball World Championship ticketing page.
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