Former Twitch streamer Ludwig might not have had the best start with his YouTube Gaming journey. Ludwig recently announced his decision to quit Twitch and exclusively stream on YouTube. But guess what? Not even a week into his decision, the streamer has received a temporary ban from YouTube.
Fellow streamers including HasanAbi and Valkyrae have responded to Ludwig’s ban on YouTube! They also made fun of Ludwig for getting banned from streaming in less than 3 days on the platform.
Valkyrae said “First of all, he’s not banned. His stream was taken down, probably for copyright issues.”
“I’m sure this would have happened equally on Twitch,” she continued. “It was a good two days,” before she jokingly exclaimed, “Goodbye Ludwig, goodbye.”
Meanwhile, HasanAbi also reacted to the suspension of Ludwig on YouTube on his stream. He poked fun at the former Twitch streamer by playing the announcement video in which Ludwig made his move to YouTube public to the world.
In the video, Ludwig is being told that he will not get copyright issues for playing third party songs while streaming but that has become the very reason for Ludwig’s ban now!
Ohhh, that makes his suspension so much funnier, dude. NOT in this car!” Hasan laughed while watching the announcement video. “What happened?! Guess what!”
Ludwig’s Move To YouTube
Ludwig previously explained why he moved to YouTube and ditched Twitch.
“I’m a Twitch guy, there are people out there who think of Twitch and think of me,” he commented. “When I think of my own identity, I think of Twitch!”
“Like, I love streaming,” Ludwig said further. “But what actually makes me the happiest is just making dope s**t, making things that I think are cool – and hopefully some others do too. Things like Mogul Money, things like the Christmas album, the kickball tournament.”
“And I realized, in that moment, that even though I’ve been with Twitch for three-plus years, even though people have called me the ‘golden boy’ of Twitch, I’ve never felt particularly loved by Twitch. I love Twitch, but it hasn’t been a two-way street.”