PewDiePie (As known as Felix Kjellberg) is clinging on to his title as the most subscribed-to YouTuber on the platform, as Indian record label T-Series catches up quickly.
Anyone familiar with YouTube will definitely know that one creator has dominated the platform for the past 5 years as the most-subscribed-to channel. PewDiePie, one of the most talked-about gamers in the whole world, has held onto his position as King of YouTube since 2013, but his crown is about to slip now as Indian Media company, T-Series , looks on course to surpass PewDiePie’s 75M subscribers in the next few days – and that news is causing quite the stir.
T-Series vs PewDiePie Subscriber Battle refers to the campaign to keep PewDiePie as the most subscribed-to channel on YouTube. The campaign started in 2018 after it was predicted that T-Series, a channel which produces Bollywood music videos, would soon surpass PewDiePie. As of December 9th, 2018, the campaign has been successful at keeping PewDiePie the most popular channel on YouTube.
There have been ongoing battles between the two channels to take the top spot, with wild stunts being pulled (mostly from PewDiePie’s side) to boost subscribers.
In a twist to the expected crowning of T-Series as the most subscribed to YouTube channel, fans of PewDiePie have rallied hard to put the creator firmly back in the lead. At the time of writing, T-Series has 74,709,079 subscribers. While PewDiePie has pipped them to the post with 75,335,858, making the current difference around 626,779.
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Since September 1st, 2018 YouTube channel FlareTV has been streaming the slowest coup of all the time. A ticker steadily tracks the side-by-side subscriber counts of channels T-Series and PewDiePie. Presumably, it will continue until T-Series, a Bollywood music production company based in India, finally overtakes Kjellberg as the biggest channel on YouTube Platform.
On October 5th, 2018, PewDiePie responded to the channel’s encroachment on his subscriber count with a satirical diss track titled “bitch lasagna”.
Earlier this week, YouTuber Logan Paul agreed to help PewDiePie in his fight to remain the top YouTuber. As promised, Logan Paul has now created a link for