Ludwig, a YouTuber, spoke about how winning Streamer of the Year at the Streamer Awards became a distraction for him. The ‘shock’ surrounding his victory over xQc was a ‘disappointment’ for the 26-year-old.
On March 12th, the first-ever Streamer Awards were held in Los Angeles, California. Hosted by QTCinderella, the event recognized the live content producers who have had the greatest impact on the industry over the past year.
Some viewers were stunned when Ludwig beat Ahgren Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel to win the grand prize. The former Smash pro explained that the argument over his win had started to distract from the event.
He said: “If there’s one thing I regret it’s that a little discourse distracts from how cool the Streamer Awards were because people were so shocked that I ended up winning. which is a shame”
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Ludwig responds to the streamer of the year award debate
Many streams predicted that xQc would win top honors during the red carpet pre-show. Even Ahgren counted on a 2% chance of winning. When he was named Streamer of the Year, many were surprised. Some people got angry, took to social media and accused the award of being “rigged”.
In a March 13 YouTube video, the creator spoke with an outcry, revealing how unsatisfactory the conversation had been.
“The only reason I won was because it was voted for by the fans. And I think that’s cool,” he continued. “I feel good that I can win because more people who liked me voted for me. That’s all that matters. So thanks guys I appreciate you so much.”
Instead, he suggested viewers should focus on how much effort QTCinderella put into putting the event together. Ludwig was also satisfied with his triumph.
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