It has been no less than 31 days since Ludwig Ahgren started a new stream like any other day, however this one was quite special. Our protagonist invited viewers to subscribe to his channel in exchange for a counter that would add 10 seconds for each new subscription. The reason for this counter? It would mark the end of the live broadcast, that is, if it reaches zero, I would press the button to end the broadcast, but of course, they had almost passed 31 days and there it was.
For obvious reasons, and for his mental health, good old Lugwig decided to put an end to the feat, and decided to announce that the counter would stop adding seconds to culminate the famous streaming of the “never-ending” at 31 days, being the last Monday the day chosen for the final blackout.
A record of subscribers
It was to be expected that the curiosity of having a person connected 24 hours a day in front of a webcam was going to bring a large audience, but perhaps not even Ludwig himself imagined what he was going to be able to achieve. The challenge began to spread through the networks, and its subscriber count began to grow very quickly, to the point that it has managed to surpass the number 1 streamer with the highest number of Twitch subscribers.
I WAS HERE pic.twitter.com/bWILDI3Hui
– ludwig (@LudwigAhgren) April 13, 2021
This streamer is none other than Ninja, who has not hesitated to congratulate Ludwig for what he has achieved. With more than 279,000 subscribers (close to 280,000), he has managed to overtake Ninja and his 269,154 subscribers, a position that has remained unbeatable since Ninja himself achieved it in 2018.
Records are meant to be broken, I would be lying if I said wasn’t a little sad but congrats @LudwigAhgren on holding the new sub record on twitch 🤩
– Ninja (@Ninja) April 13, 2021
How much money have you made?
To give you an idea of the money he has been able to earn in these 31 days, taking into account that Twitch gives him $ 2.5 for each subscriber, Ludwig will have won like minimum $ 700,000 (excluding fees and taxes to pay), a figure that could be higher if you have some kind of agreement with Twitch to increase the percentage per partner.
Now it only remains to know how many of those 280,000 subscribers will continue to renew their subscription, since many could stop following him after the infinite stream challenge has finished, and prefer to donate their money to other types of content and media profile. It will be there where the true potential of this streamer is seen, although with 2.7 million followers, it is sure that it will not lack offers and new partners. Would you broadcast 31 days of your life to get to this? Never before has a Big Brother been so intense. Our record man has said goodbye to his slightly excited audience, and now it only remains to see when he will decide to return, although every break will be well deserved.
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