Ludwig points out several issues that YouTube needs to address for Twitch stars who shifted to Google Owned platforms “Ludwig” Ahgren, one of the popular figures in the YouTube community, has recently come with a piece of advice and has pointed out several issues that YouTube needs to address. Further the 27 years old believe that Twitch stars might not be best served by switching platforms to YouTube until they keep on improving.
Since his shocking move to the Google-owned platform from Twitch in November 2021. He has been one of the hottest personalities in the community. Now he do thinks that YouTube needs some drastic changes for its own betterment. One of the primary points made over the 27 years old was that YouTube needs to pay individuals unless one need is satisfied and they receive a sizable payment.
Ludwig points out several issues that YouTube needs to address for Twitch stars who shifted to Google Owned platforms
“I mean, switching over raw sucks,” he stated during an event of Cold Ones on Oct. 23. “If you switch from Twitch to YouTube today, like no bag in hand, then yeah, it’s a very noticeably worse experience in some aspects.”He also talked openly about the Truffle.tv plugin, a tool that helps fans of YouTube Live and Twitch have a better live viewing experience. Predictions, channel raids, and chat name colors are all added by the addon; they were all lacking from YouTube live.
He even said that YouTube takes a while to integrate new features because they are a “bloated ass company with thousands of employees that take six months to do something.” “YouTube has reached out a few times,” he said. “They’re like, What are you guys up to? And we tell them, and they’re like, ‘Cool!’”
Ludwig believes that the most tempting thing they can offer streamers is money, though, unless they take some effort and do something like that on their own.
Ludwig joined YouTube about a year ago, and he’s still getting his bearings. He has just recently come to the conclusion that his Twitch-specific content strategy isn’t the ideal one. But given that he is one of the largest streamers on the globe and was one of several well-known broadcasters who received a sizable bag when they joined, things have still worked out monetarily for him.
Despite the fact that YouTube has been stealing Twitch streamers left and right, the Amazon-owned network is still the largest for live streaming and arguably offers viewers a superior live viewing experience. Ludwig asserts that, absent an exclusive arrangement with YouTube, it will be considerably tougher for smaller producers to maintain their fans.