LUDWIG WARNS TWITCH WILL “DIE” IF STREAMERS JUST KEEP REACTING TO EACH OTHER
A PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS.
Ludwig Ahgren has spoken out against Twitch streamers reacting to each other’s clips every broadcast.
He’s warned the streaming platform may “slowly die” if stars continue to simply rely on others’ content rather than creating their own.
There are just too many ‘React Andys’ now, they’ve gone too far. I feel like people go live and all they do is watch other people’s content. I mean, it’s fine, I do it, but it’s really becoming too much.
What we need is fresh content, instead of all the reactions. I don’t like doing it that much, unless I think it will be good for my YouTube uploads. I really do think it’s making Twitch a bit stale.
The popular streamer conceded he can’t complain unless he has his own fresh content on the horizon, so he laid out the few plans he’d been spitballing.
The main one that may pique loyal Ludwig fans’ interests is his idea of doing a “Dark Souls-athon” stream.