Of course, this kind of react content is everywhere right now. If a popular streamer has something to say about you, why not make a response video reacting to that? Big names like Felix "xQc" Lengyel and Kaitlyn "Amouranth" Siragusa have become pros at this kind of content - with the pair offering a back and forth on each other's videos.
Should Twitch streamers listen to Ludwig's warning?
It's easy to share Ludwig's sentiments, however, react content is some of the most popular content around at the moment. Only recently, we covered how YouTuber Coffeezilla created a react video to FaZe Kay threatening him with legal action.
There's a paradox with the entire thing, as Ludwig's latest video is in fact a react to the crypto drama. Ahgren concluded, "I feel like everyone gave their take on the Save The Kids sh*t, all the crypto sh*t. I swear every day there was someone else sharing their takes". But Ludwig, aren't you fuelling the fire with your own takes?
Elsewhere, xQc has gone quiet on his own plans to conduct a Twitch a subathon and topple Ludwig from his throne. At least Ludwig has plenty in the pipeline to keep his own channel fresh. Moving away from react streams, he's hinted at a new subathon where he'll play through the notoriously difficult Dark Souls.
Seeing a big name like Ludwig tackle FromSoftware's legendary 2011 game would be sure to pull in some big numbers, however, Ahgren has admitted that he has no idea how long it would take to complete. Well, if someone can complete Demon's Souls using just a Dance Mat, what's your excuse?
Whether Ludwig's Twitch rivals will listen to his warning or not, expect the "react meta" to continue dominating Twitch channels for the time being. After all, we all love to watch a bit of drama unfold.