The never-ending battle between the most coveted YouTube vlogger PewDiePie and Indian Music giant T-Series is doing all but helping the vlogger to break milestones. Felix Kjellberg aka PewDiePie has just crossed 80 Million Subscribers on YouTube, which is the highest ever any YouTuber has reached.
The rivalry between the two YouTube giants started when T-Series came near to PewDiePie’s subscribers' count last year in September. The battle kicked off just then. PewDiePie made a video informing about the threat to his crown from Indian Music company T-Series. The Swedish YouTuber also made claims that anybody joining YouTube in India and the Middle East are automatically getting subscribed to T-Series.
However, the battle for the crown is still ongoing, but PewDiePie has to credit T-Series for his increased subscriber count in the last few months.
According to Social Blade, a company that monitors social media analytics, PewDiePie’s subscriber gains reached new heights in the months following the T-Series video.
Analyzing the situation considering the past data, PewDiePie reached the milestone of 50 million subscribers in December 2016. He became the first YouTuber ever to hit the mark.
During the course of 2017, PewDiePie collected near to 10 million subscribers and that took his subscribers’ tally between 50 to 60 million. It took an entire year for him to gain another 10 million subscribers and he finally crossed the 60 million milestones in mid-January 2018.
Then in September, he took his subscribers to a piece of news and warned that Indian music video production company T-Series close to taking over his crown.
Considering the growth rate of both the channels, it looked like T-Series would take over PewDiePie soon. Nonetheless, against all odds, PewDiePie beat T-Series to the 70 million subscriber mark in November. It took the video game vlogger less than 11 months to gain those 10 million subscribers.
Dismissing all the expectations regarding T-Series taking over PewDiePie, the Swedish YouTuber on Monday hit the mark of 80 million subscribers. He still certainly has the most subscribed channel on YouTube, and it took him just near to 2 months to accumulate the latest 10 million subscribers.
Coming to the point, PewDiePie gained more than 8 Lakh subscribers in the month before the T-Series video and accumulated more than 2.2 million new subscribers in the next month. Even the last month channel grew by more than 6.2 million subscribers.
PewDiePie and his followers have to surely thank T-Series for their growing family. He has also taken his legacy to another level fighting and winning against a giant Indian music company that produces high-quality music videos and someday uploads near to half-dozen videos while he is just an individual