Ludwig takes a dig at Twitch while congratulating Kai Cenat for breaking his sub-record

As Kai Cenat breaks records, Ludwig saw his chance to drop shade over Twitch and here's how!


Ludwig takes a dig at Twitch while congratulating Kai Cenat for breaking his sub-record

Ludwig, one of the most well known streamers around the world, has held numerous records in the past, with the record of having the most number of subs on Twitch at once being one of his greatest achievements.

However, it wasn’t until recently that a challenger rose to take a seat on Ludwig‘s empty throne in the world of Twitch subs and claim the seat that had been left empty for way too long. Kai Cenat became the highest subbed Twitch streamer recently, breaking Ludwig’s record.

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Ludwig Ahgren, the ex-Twitch streamer took a dig at the Amazon-owned platform after Kai Cenat broke his record of having the most subs on Twitch while also congratulating the latter for his achievement.

In case you didn’t already know, Ludwig made the move to YouTube in a blockbuster multi-million dollar deal quite some time ago leaving his purple home behind with a sub record that nobody had even come close to until recently.

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Ludwig congratulates Kai Cenat for becoming the highest subbed Twitch streamer

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Kai Cenat has grown to become one of the biggest streamers on Twitch

Kai Cenat, who has been one of the largest names in the streaming world of Twitch in the recent times managed to do the one thing that other big names like Ninja had only been dreaming of for a long time. You guessed it, he broke Ludwig’s greatest subs record!

The entire streaming world has been congratulating Cenat for this achievement of a lifetime including big names like Ninja, Roman Atwood, and numerous more but the biggest and most warming congratulatory message came from none other than the ex-King of the Purple Platform himself – Ludwig.

In his message, not only did Ludwig congratulate Kai Cenat for breaking his own record while also calling his achievement “very deserved“, but also tagged the official Twitter account of Twitch while asking the company to “pay the man” before they lost another record breaker.

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The message has not only sparked controversy about Ludwig’s relation with Twitch but is also making people think if there are still some grudges that Ludwig holds against the Amazon-owned platform. This also comes in light of the fact that many of the streamers who quit Twitch for other platforms stated the low payout at the platform as a primary factor behind their decision.

Now, it remains to be seen whether Twitch takes Ludwig’s words seriously or not.

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