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Ludwig successfully raises $100,000 in less than 24 hours during Subathon 2.0

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On November 19, YouTube Gaming star Ludwig kicked off the much-anticipated Subathon 2.0. Before the first day had even ended, the streamer informed the community that he had successfully raised $100,000.He expressed gratitude to fellow content creators Peter "PeterParkTV" and Hasan "HasanAbi" for their generous and significant contributions to the charitable cause.

Ludwig's tweet read:The Los Angeles-based content creator's update went viral and attracted more than 110 fan reactions. HasanAbi replied, stating that he donated to "learn Raze lineups":100 Thieves-affiliated content creator Peter Park requested Ludwig to give people "what they want." He said:Several community members congratulated the former Twitch streamer and shared some wholesome messages:Here are some more relevant fan reactions:Several clips from the special event were shared to the r/LivestreamFail subreddit, with one highly upvoted post featuring Ludwig inaugurating the 50-hour-long broadcast.Before starting the timer, he jokingly suggested that the experience would be "miserable", adding:Timestamp: 00:02:35Another subathon moment that gained traction was when the 27-year-old got together with a professional chess boxer.When the content creator reached his donation goal, he set up a challenge and was subsequently punched by the athlete.

Here's a 13-second long clip from the event:Timestamp: 03:19:14Ludwig officially announced Subathon 2.0 during a livestream on October 30.

He explained what he would be doing during the 50-hour broadcast and called it a "murderous Trueman Show":The streamer stated that he will be raising funds for organizations such as No Kid Hungry and Alveus Sanctuary:Ludwig's Subathon 2.0 was still ongoing at the time of writing,

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