Ludwig Accidentally streamed over Twitch, and might be going to lose his YouTube Streaming contract – YouTube streaming sensation ‘Ludwig’ is one of the most popular figures in the streaming community across the globe. On Oct 8 the streamer discovered himself in an odd circumstance as he went live on his comrade’s channel named Connor “ConnorEatsPants”, who is a Twitch streamer.
Ludwig changed his streaming platform from Twitch to YouTube Gaming back in Nov 2021. Thus, as he came live from his friend’s account, was sort of breaking news. The news got dispersed along other social platforms such as Reddit and Twitter.
The YouTube star eventually became famous in his past Twitch days when he popularized and mainstreamed subathon-style content on Twitch. After the recent incident, Ludwig was reminded by some of the Twitch fans that he was on the wrong train. In response, the YouTube streamer basically made a frightening physical gesture and sarcastically cried out that he is going to “lose his contract”. In his words, “F**k! Connor, Connor! I’m going to lose my f***ing contract.”
Prior to the fans’ comments, Ludwig was as usual chilling himself with singing and murmuring. Further commented to his chat, “Hello, hello. I’m not late! I’m not live?” As soon as he was made aware of the situation he was sort of surprised. It was the fans who passed this information to the streamer that Ludwig was nowhere to be seen on Google-owned live-streaming platform.
Ludwig Accidentally streamed over Twitch, and might be going to lose his YouTube Streaming contract
Moments later Ludwig came to his senses that he got on the wrong channel as he accidentally came live on an Amazon-owned platform. Which made him open his fellow mate’s channel name ‘ConnorEatsLants’ to check the situation and ended up saying, “oh no!”
He further made the situation a dramatic one after he found himself Streaming live from the ConnorEatsPants channel, and stated “I’m going to lose my f***ing contract.”
As the news went viral across the gaming industry, the fans took this as an opportunity and made their comments on the situation. Redditor user u/noVA_bolt stated, “Connor had gone live earlier on his setup to stream his reaction to the Mario trailer.”
Another Redditor named u/Mean-Medium-546 stated that The Yard podcast host Slime’s account was unintentionally live-streamed by Ludwig sometime ago, “he did this on slime’s account like a year ago too.”
In response to this
u/andrew215221 commented, “YEP made a tik tok about it.”
User name ‘u/Leafar3456’ also made his presence by stating, “If I had a nickel for every time Ludwig streamed on Twitch by accident, I’d two nickles. Which isn’t a lot, but it’s weird that it happened twice.
As of present, Ludwig’s primary YouTube channel had more than 3.57 million followers and over 894 million video views.
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