Disguised Toast’s team win Ludwig’s $30k Fall Guys Tournament: Final results

Disguised Toast and Shiphtur in front of Fall Guys posterTwitch: Disguised Toast/Shiphtur/Mediatonic

Twitch streamers Jeremy ‘Disguised Toast’ Wang and Danny ‘Shiphtur’ Le have been crowned the winners of Ludwig’s Fall Guys Tournament along with their fellow teammates Albert ‘Boxbox’ Sunzheng and Timmy ‘iiTzTimmy’ An.

Fall Guys may have been around since August 2020. However, thanks to the candy-colored battle royale becoming free-to-play on June 21, Fall Guys has rocketed to the top pulling in a whopping 20 million players in the first 48 hours of being free for all.

With the game becoming a hot trend among the streaming community, it’s no shock that YouTube star Ludwig decided to host a Fall Guys tournament.

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Although it was a surprise announcement to fans, it was nonetheless a huge success as big-name streamers such as xQc, Mizkif, and QTCinderella took on the challenge on June 25.

Ludwig streaming on YouTubeYouTube: Ludwig
Ludwig pulled in a whole host of famous names for his Fall Guys tournament but it came as a surprise to some fans who missed his initial announcement.

Disguised Toast’s team win $30k Fall Guys Tournament

Although the group faced heavy competition from a plethora of rivals, it was ultimately Disguised Toast, Shiphtur, Boxbox, and iiTzTimmy who were crowned the champions of Ludwig’s Fall Guys tournament.

In a nail-biting final minute, Disguised Toast was the last one standing and frantically ran around the course to avoid being tagged by his rivals.

As the clock stopped, Toast screamed with delight along with his teammates. He then took to Twitter to share his excitement saying that he and the team were “going to Vegas” with their $30,000 jackpot.

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Although, the tournament didn’t get off to the best of starts. Viewers and players alike were left stumped after a game glitch “scuffed” the challenge after the first round.

Ludwig later apologized for the “scuffedness” on Twitter following the bug and the fact that some fans didn’t get much warning about the event. However, he added he would “do better next time.”

The tournament may have had a rocky start but it still proved a hit among fans and with Fall Guys continuing to dominate Twitch, it likely won’t be the last challenge on the cards.