PewDiePie briefly lost his crown as the biggest YouTuber on the planet

Brenda Watkins
March 23, 2019

The channel has taken over Swedish YouTuber PewDiePie's channel by more than 33,000 subscribers. It won't be long till both channels reach the 100 million mark on YouTube. "My heart and thoughts go out to the victims, families and everyone affected by this tragedy", he tweeted.

The feud between PewDiePie and T-Series began around six months ago.

As of this writing, PewDiePie still leads the race but the margin is getting narrower.

"There is an Indian YouTube channel on the brink of becoming World's No.1". On YouTube, it has a multi-channel network consisting of 29 channels, run by a team of 13 people. Currently, T-Series stands with 90,067,197 subscriber base and PewDiePie has 90,071,085 subscribers, every minute the subscriber count is getting changed that's why it's hard to get a ideal number. The channels subscription has grown by 80% compare to previous year at 50 million.

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The ransomware promoting the subscription to PewDiePie's channel reportedly came in two strains, with one of them lacking the means to save or upload the decryption key, thus making the future retrieval of the encrypted data virtually impossible. Interestingly, T-Series has finally won the battle after starting a campaign #BharatWins on social media.

Unlike PewDiePie, T-Series is a record label and production house. "It has taken us a lot of effort to come this far.....let's come together and subscribe to T-Series YouTube channel and make India proud", Bhushan said in a tweet earlier this month. Many don't see this battle as a competition between two YouTube channels, but rather a YouTube culture war between individual content creators like PewDiePie and corporate (such as T-Series).

"Kjellberg courted further controversy and faced severe criticism for his anti-Semitic comments when Kjellberg reacted to two people whom he had reportedly paid to hold up placards which read 'Death to all Jews", in a video showing him review the website Fiverr, which allows people to sell services for United States dollars 5. It is also the channel with the most number of views - 65,359,675,727 as per the latest count.

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