YouTube star Ludwig Ahgren has just announced joining MoistCr1TiKaL's esporting organization Moist Esports as co-owner with a hilarious clip.
The short video announcing the collaboration between Moist Esports and Mogul Moves has been received quite well within the community, as fans and well-wishers congratulated both streamers.Esporting personalities have also welcomed the move, with Rocket League professional WondaMike sharing a photo of Charlie MoistCr1TiKaL riding a trike with the caption:Charlie founded Moist Esports back in 2021 by when he announced the creation of his own Super Smash Bros Ultimate roster to compete professionally.
By acquiring world-class players, the organization has grown considerably over the years, currently fielding teams for various games such as Apex Legends, Guilty Gear Strive, and Rocket League.The org is not even two years old but has bagged several trophies to its list of achievements, some of which were used by MoistCr1TiKaL in the announcement video, which is staged like a comedy sketch where Charlie lists their achievements, in an effort to impress Ludwig, who subsequently joins the org happily.Ahgren's Mogul Moves is already associated with esporting events and recently made headlines for hosting the Chessboxing Championships featuring big content creators and chess masters.
They have also made inroads into proper esports with their more recent Scuffed World Tour Smash Bros. Tournament and last year's Ludwig Smash Invitational.They also partnered with Tarik a few weeks ago to host a Valorant tournament as part of the Off//Season series, where four of the biggest North American organizations, including Sentinels, The Guard, TSM, and T1, fought over a $50K prize pool.Seeing as bothRead more on sportskeeda.com