One of the most well-known streamers is still Ludwig Ahgren. The variety streamer has established a reputation as a successful host of his trivia game show Mogul Money and is known for his lighthearted approach to streaming. With a live event featuring well-known individuals like Pokimane, xQc, and Sykkuno, it recently attained new heights.

Ludwig Ahgren currently holds the record for having the most active subscribers. The previous record was set in April 2021, from March 14th to April 13th, when he held his wildly popular month-long subathon.

He surpassed Ninja‘s record on the final day and attained the peak subscriber count of 283,066. The huge influx of subscribers is thought to have brought in about $1,000,000 in revenue for the streamer.

Ludwig switched to YouTube in November, but a large portion of his monthly income information was leaked from Twitch in October 2021. He ranked #6 on the list of the highest-paid streamers and reportedly made an astounding $3.29 million between August 2019 and October 2021. The leak also claimed that he received a Twitch payout of about $114,257 for September’s Twitch streams.

Ludwig was raised in a bilingual French and American home in Hollis, New Hampshire. With his girlfriend QTCinderella and other flatmates, he currently resides in Los Angeles, California. He began streaming in 2018, and in late 2019 he came to prominence, because streamers, like the majority of private entrepreneurs, don’t reveal their wealth to the public, determining his net worth is difficult. However, millions are for sure involved.

The streamer disclosed his wealth in an official clip from December 19, 2021, saying he has about 1.5 million dollars. The statements may not be accurate, of course, but they do give the general public an idea of what he might be making annually.

For a clearer picture, let’s take a closer look at his Twitch and other sources of income.

Ludwig streamed for a total of 2031 hours and amassed 1.85 million followers and 73.5 million views throughout the course of 2021. Additionally, he had an average audience of about 28K people.

Let’s use September 2021 as a case study to calculate an estimate of his monthly Twitch earnings. TwitchTracker shows that Ahgren had 31,444 active subscribers during that month. This amount alone would be 3.5 x 31,444 = $110,054, or approximately $3.5 for each subscriber, which is surprisingly close to the Twitch payout disclosed by the leaks.

Although he is a prominent streamer on the red platform, Twitch dominated Ludwig’s streaming career in 2021. It is much more difficult to estimate YouTube revenue, but it’s also true that Ludwig most likely received an undisclosed multi-million dollar contract to stream only on YouTube.

Despite the fact that it is impossible to know how much he made in 2021 on the platform, websites like Social Blade accurately archive recent information. The extrapolation of his recent numbers would result in reasonable approximations of his video earnings, which would be $169K.

Donations and bits are not accounted for in any of the calculations above. Brand sponsorships and endorsements would be another lucrative source of income.

HyperX is the sponsor of Ludwig’s hugely popular Mogul Money series, and according to Stream Hatchet, the company received 20 million brand impressions during the most recent Mogul Money Live. It implies that Ludwig received a sizable check for the occasion.

He has previously discussed sponsorships from independent and mobile games like Rally, in addition to companies like Bumble, Nutbutter, and perhaps the most divisive of all, poker. Additionally, he is the proprietor of the clothing line Mogul Moves.

The streamer has excelled in streaming and gathered a devoted fan base. Ludwig still has more than 3.42 million subscribers to his primary YouTube channel and over 3 million Twitch followers.

Additionally, he regularly participates in podcasts with friends and is well-known for belonging to a number of charitable organizations.