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Ludwig sleeping stream tops Twitch most-watched charts, puts him past 42,000 subscribers

The Twitch broadcaster has been hosting a never-ending stream, with subscriptions and bits contributing to its duration.
From being a Smash Bros Melee competitor to one of the most-watched streamers in the world, Ludwig Ahgren's journey as a content creator has been an interesting one.

Part of the reason he's become such a beloved figure in the streaming community is due to his multiple on-stream antics, which recently included a never-ending stream. 

The gimmick behind it involved viewers, as any Twitch subs or bit donations would add to the timer of the stream's duration. Subs would add an extra 10 seconds, and 500 bits added 20.

As you would expect, Ludwig had to take a nap at some point during the subathon, moving his bed to his stream setup to do so. While Twitch doesn't allow idle streams under a category, by delisting the channel content creators can keep the broadcast live even while away.

Turns out, fans were thoroughly enjoying the side content showing up during Ludwig's rest, as the stream gathered upwards of 30,000 viewers in the middle of the night in North America, making it the biggest stream on the platform during 15th March.

ludwig sleeping stream
(Image: Twitch)

As of the time of writing, the subathon never-ending stream has seen Ludwig accumulate a total of 42,000 subscribers and counting, an impressive sum that most-likely puts him as one of the most successful Twitch streamers of 2021.

For more on Ludwig, check out how he ended up spending $54k for an hour with fellow content creator Shroud