Moderator Pays Off Debt
With Twitch streamer Ludwig Aghren’s subathon stream is a huge success, one of his moderators shared on how the subathon stream helped him pay off his debt. Ludwig has been hosting a subathon that has seen him remain live 24/7 for over a month. It started on March 14th and ended on April 13th.
A member of Ludwig’ subathon stream moderator team, BBarbs recently posted a tweet explaining how being a part of this event has helped him out. BBards explained that he had struggled with credit card debt for years and the money he has earned as part of the moderation team has helped him to officially pay this off. BBarbs wrote; “For the past few years I’ve had credit card debt I struggled to make a dent in, but recently I’ve paid it all off thanks to what I’ve made moderating LudwigAhgren’s subathon. I was very lucky to have an opportunity like this and just wanted to say that I’m extremely thankful.”
The stream ran for multiple weeks, with tens of thousands of Twitch users subscribing to the streamer. The subathon isn’t just creating revenue for Ludwig and his team, but a portion will also be donated to charity once the stream is complete as Ludwig plans on donating all the profits he made from the final day of the Subathon to charity, namely St. Jude Children’s Hospital and the Humane Society.