The YouTuber said he traveled nearly 3,000 miles from California to Panama to appear in MrBeast’s videos.

Photo by Ludwig and photo by MrBeast

Ludwig Anders Ahgren has 3.5 million YouTube subscribers.Ludwig and Roy Rochlin/Getty Images via YouTube.

  • The YouTuber says he traveled from California to Panama to shoot a YouTube video with MrBeast.

  • YouTuber Ludwig said the trip was “awkward” as the MrBeast crew were “constantly filming”.

  • “It’s a 24-hour life and it’s used for 90 seconds of video,” he said.

The California-based YouTuber said he traveled to Central America’s Panama to shoot a video with influencer Mr. Beast, and said he was “constantly filmed” by a crew member during the trip, which led him to say that described the experience as “awkward”.

Ludwig Anders Argren, known as “Ludwig” On YouTube, he typically posts gaming, comedy, and challenge videos to his 3.5 million subscribers.on the September 9 episode of “garden,” In a podcast he co-hosts with three other creators, he hinted at an upcoming collaboration with YouTube superstar MrBeast, who has 104 million subscribers.

Argren said filming took place in Panama. 2,950 miles From him House In Los Angeles, he said he expected only snippets of footage involving him to make it to the final cut.

“It’s a 24-hour life and it’s used for 90 seconds of the video. It’s just weird,” he said, adding that while filming with MrBeast, he felt the need to constantly face the camera and play. I got

“They seem to be filming all the time, so when you can use them, you have to be in a weird rush. I think that’s weird,” he said, adding, “It was awkward.” rice field.

The YouTuber did not explain what his intended collaboration with MrBeast was. episode, Ahrgen and MrBeast’s collaboration set in Panama is currently not posted on either YouTuber’s channel. Instagram picture It shows him standing with MrBeast, whose real name is Jimmy Donaldson.

Donaldson is one of them. most followed When highest salary YouTube creator. He is known for posting extravagant, high-budget contests with hundreds of featured guests on his YouTube.

Donaldson, November 2021 Recreating the set of the Netflix series “Squid Game” We invited 456 participants to compete for $456,000 in prizes provided by video game companies.his latest video Posted September 3rd.

2018, Donaldson told The Verge He said he funds such projects by reinvesting YouTube’s advertising revenue into new videos. “All the money I’ve ever made has come from YouTube, and YouTube earns more than you think,” he said.

Photographed by Donaldson and Argren Several video past collaborations when we were playing poker Match in September 2021.

Ahgren is primarily known for posting gaming content and first made his name on the streaming platform. convulsions in 2018. In 2021, Ahgren will leave his Twitch Youtubecontinues to post gaming content and is also launching an in-person YouTube. game show called Mogul Money featuring famous YouTube and Twitch streamers such as Pokimane and Mizkif as contestants. The concept of the show was similar to the American game show Jeopardy!. Contestants are required to submit their answers in the form of questions on specific subjects.

Argren and Donaldson did not immediately respond to an insider’s request for comment.

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