YouTuber and streamer Ludwig Ahgren was another victim of the police swatting that was seen live on camera.

Ahgren operates the Ludwig YouTube account, where he streams and responds to jokes and videos. The channel is one of the most popular on YouTube and boasts a whooping 3.45 million subscribers.

Ahgren’s alter ego Ludwig is the host of the The Yard podcast on YouTube. He also stated that he would just switch his Twitch stream to YouTube Gaming. Nevertheless, he feels some annoyance over his podcast with the YouTube CEO.

Ludwig Swatted

Ludwig Swatted

Was Ludwig Swatted On Live Stream? What Happened?

Ludwig Ahgren, a YouTuber, is the most recent streaming celebrity to fall victim to the bothersome and illegal “prank” that is plaguing streamers and internet celebrities all over the world. Ludwig Ahgren was swatted live on broadcast on August 28.

Another YouTuber, Darren Watkins Jr. alias Ishowspeed, was detained at his house earlier this month on August 8 and was seen on camera being arrested for prank-calling police in his video.

Ludwig, on the other hand, hosts the YouTube podcast The Yard and is well known for his jokes and practical jokes. Podcasts are a cutting-edge way to learn about specific events and technological breakthroughs. They are helpful resources, particularly for information gathering. It was signable by Ludwig.

Swatting is the illegal act of summoning emergency services on a bogus basis in order to draw armed police to a certain location, for those who are unaware. Because the pranksters find it funny to watch the invasion of streamers’ homes live on the internet, well-known streamers like Ludwig are commonly targeted.

On social media, there is a video of him getting swatted that shows the moment that police officers barged into his residence while on watch and brandishing their firearms. The footage has now been taken off the stream, though.

Reddit Reacts To Ludwig Getting Swatted

After Ludwig being swatted by police in a live video went viral, online users questioned what had transpired and how the police had got up at Ludwig’s door.

In July, Ludwig and Los Pollos engaged in a Twitter debate on whether slots are a worse kind of gambling or marketing for kids than the Pokémon card meta Ludwig was involved in.

Adin Ross immediately asserted that Ludwig had propagated the practice throughout his area before police swatted Los Pollos after they had swatted Los Pollos. Adin Ross tells his 60,000 viewers that Los Pollos was struck by Ludwig. Ludwig might have experienced the same thing.

More recently, Ludwig highlighted a Netflix documentary about a streamer who died after being swatted in relation to the film “Web of Make Believe” in his mogul letter.

Youtuber’s Video Goes Viral, Was He Arrested?

Ludwig stated that he and the police were on good terms and that no harm had been done in a new video that he immediately released after his internet swatting video was taken down.

He claimed that when the police checked in at his house, he was in a police cruiser for an hour. Before the police entered, the YouTuber was still present and lifting a chess match. Additionally, it is not the first time that he has been struck. He’d experienced it before.

Ludwig talked about the events that followed in a webcast that followed. Am I okay? He replied, “Yeah, I’m good,” much to the relief of his admirers. However, he was stung by his cat and began bleeding from the fear and stress.

Youtuber Ludwig Swatted live on stream

Youtuber Ludwig Swatted live on stream

Who is Ludwig Girlfriend QTcinderella?

Blaire, a YouTuber and streamer, goes by the online alias QTcinderella. She gained notoriety by creating and presiding over The Streamer Awards. Additionally, she creates content for Team SoloMid, a well-known esports organization.

In addition, beginning June 2019, QTcinderella, her current partner, and streamer Ludwig Ahgren have routinely produced joint content.

Ludwig Ahgren Bio

Ludwig Anders Ahgren, better known by his stage name Ludwig, is a live streamer, YouTuber, podcaster, esports commentator, and competitor from the United States. Ludwig was born on July 6, 1995. Ahgren is well known for his live streaming on YouTube starting in late 2021 and on Twitch from late 2018 through which he broadcasts both video game-related and unrelated stuff such game shows, competitions, and gambling. His role as an esports commentator at many Super Smash Bros. Melee competitions is also well known. Ahgren has grown to be one of the most popular streamers on YouTube since starting to stream full-time on February 16, 2019.

On March 14, 2021, Ahgren broke Twitch streamer Ninja’s record for the most subscribers ever while hosting a well publicized “subathon” event. Ahgren finally reached 283,066 subscribers at its peak.

Ahgren disclosed that he had entered into an exclusive agreement with YouTube Gaming on November 29, 2021. Ahgren earned “Streamer of the Year” at the 2022 Streamer Awards.

Born Ludwig Anders Ahgren
July 6, 1995 (age 27)

New Hampshire
Education Arizona State University (BA)
Occupation
  • Live streamer
  • esports commentator
  • YouTuber
Partner(s) QTCinderella

Personal life

On July 6, 1995, Ahgren came into the world. He spent his childhood in Hollis, New Hampshire, with his mother and sister, where the family spoke both French and American. His father passed away at the age of 10, as a result of the problems that arose from his long-term heavy alcohol usage. His Swedish grandfather immigrated to the United States.

He received his diploma from Hollis-Brookline High School in New Hampshire in 2013, where he was a student. In the year 2012, he took part in the performance of Legally Blonde that was put on by his high school and starred as Warner. This was his first excursion into video creation, and he kicked it off by starting a Call of Duty commentary YouTube channel called “TheZanySidekick.”

Currently, Ahgren resides in Los Angeles, California, along with the Twitch streamer known as QTCinderella and three additional roommates.

Competitive gaming career

In 2018, Ahgren hosted an invitational Melee netplay tournament called the Ludwig Ahgren Championship Series. It was a winner-take-all competition with a prize pool of $1000, and Counter Logic Gaming’s SFAT emerged victorious. On April 13, 2020, Ahgren announced a new championship series that will succeed the first Ludwig Ahgren Championship Series. This new series will be called the Worldwide Ludwig Ahgren Championship Series. When Ahgren re-announced it on June 30, 2020, he changed the name of the competition to the Ludwig Ahgren Championship Series 2. The competition was place on July 25 and 26, and Zain, a player with the Golden Guardians, emerged victorious.

In November 2020, Ahgren announced the Ludwig Ahgren Championship Series 3, an impromptu charity tournament. This came after Nintendo issued a cease and desist order to The Big House 10 tournament due to the tournament’s use of an emulator that permitted netplay and matchmaking for Melee. On December 20 and 21, LACS 3 took place. In the grand finals, Mang0 defeated iBDW by a score of 3-1, and the tournament helped generate more than $261,668 for Gamers for Love.

Streaming career

On May 16, 2018, Ahgren started doing live streaming on a part-time basis. On February 16, 2019, he launched a career that involved streaming full-time. The audience that watched Ahgren’s stream remained extremely tiny during 2018 and 2019, despite the fact that he primarily streamed content centered on gameplay from Super Smash Bros. Melee, Mario Party 2, and Dark Souls.

On November 10, 2019, Ahgren set a new world record for the button mashing mini-game Domination that is featured in Mario Party 4. He did this by beating a tool-assisted speedrun bot that was designed to be the fastest possible. He achieved a score of 201, which was higher than the previous limit of 160 and was made possible by a mod that increased the maximum number of points that could be scored. Owen S. Good, a reporter for Polygon, drew a comparison between the expressions of Ahgren and NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal after O’Neal’s famous alley-oop dunk in the Western Conference Finals of the year 2000. Good said, “Ahgren’s expression after completing the feat was very similar to Shaquille O’Neal’s “If extraterrestrials landed on earth and asked me to describe what video games are and why they are entertaining, I would show them this. Please take a knee, Ludwig “.

Ahgren, along with other Melee competitors and personalities like as Mew2King and Plup, participated in an invitational tournament for Pokémon Sword and Shield hosted by the 2016 Pokémon World Champion, Wolfe Glick, in January 2020. Ahgren finished in first place in the competition. In addition, Ahgren triumphed against Mang0 and Destiny to take first place in an invitation-only event hosted by Americas Cardroom and aimed at determining who would be crowned the “King of Twitch Poker.”

In June of 2020, Ahgren was given the opportunity to participate against other well-known Twitch streamers in the amateur chess tournament PogChamps hosted by Chess.com. He finished in second place in the tournament’s consolation bracket. As a consequence of this, Ahgren was featured prominently on the cover of the August 2020 issue of Chess Life.

A Very Mogul Christmas was the title of Ahgren’s Christmas-themed extended play, which was published on December 7, 2020. Both of Ahgren’s channels on Twitch and YouTube reached one million subscribers during the same month. Cale Michael of Dot Esports attributed Ahgren’s meteoric rise to his “Twitch stream expanding, continued collaboration with other big creators, and his willingness to try new forms of content out both live and for his YouTube channel.”

Together with another Twitch streamer named Cr1TiKaL, Ahgren launched a new gaming show on the platform in January 2021 called “Hivemind.” Participants were invited to come from all over Twitch to take part in the show.

Ahgren was one of a large number of streamers whose profits on Twitch were made public in October 2021 as a result of a data breach. The breach indicated that Ahgren had earned $3.3 million on Twitch directly between August 2019 and October 2021, a statement that Ahgren himself corroborated.

Ahgren made the announcement that he will be switching from his current live-streaming platform, Twitch, to YouTube on November 29, 2021. He said that he would begin streaming on YouTube the following day, November 30. He did so by means of a little comedy video that he uploaded to his Twitter and YouTube channels. In the sketch, he could be seen exploding a purple automobile, which was meant to represent Twitch. During the beginning stages of his presence on the platform, Ahgren was hit with two DMCA-related bans, which resulted in the temporary suspension of his feeds.

At the YouTube Theater on July 2, 2022, Ludwig staged his long-awaited Mogul Money Live gameshow in front of more than 5,000 people who had purchased tickets in advance. The venue was sold out. Pokimane, xQc, Sykkuno, Mizkif, Sodapoppin, Fuslie, ConnorEatsPants, Will Neff, and Nick Envy are some of the competitors in this competition (Falco). Sykkuno triumphed in the competition and was awarded the prize of a Golden Toilet as a result of his victory. On Ludwig’s channel on YouTube, the event has set a new streaming record with a total of 146,699 Peak Viewers.