PewDiePie’s subscriber count jeopardized abruptly after the YouTuber was promoted by 2 YouTube channels with enormous followings. T-Series, unable to keep up with the contributor flow of PewDiePie, is currently trailing by just over 160,000 subscribers.
After surpassing PewDiePie over 120 days, according to data from Social Blade, then losing the best spot, T-Series’s latest reign as the world’s largest YouTube station was finally going smoothly until March 31. But after PewDiePie had conceded the crown on Sunday, a new wave of assistance from two YouTube stations — kwebblekop and Philip DeFranco, Kjellberg took back the number one place on April 1. Kwebblekop has over 10 million readers, whereas Philip DeFranco commands more than 6 million followers.
Kwebblekop and Philip DeFranco are hardly the first individual YouTubers to encourage PewDiePie in an effort to stop a company from becoming the largest YouTube channel. The likes of other YouTubers, including MrBeast and Team 10 manhood Justin Roberts, have promoted Kjellberg in the past. Other attempts to increase PewDiePie’s subscriber count have comprised someone hacking printers worldwide and advocating people to join forces to PewDiePie.
T-Series chairman Bhushan Kumar, who’d intentionally stayed away from the PewDiePie vs T-Series YouTube battle, also jumped into the fray last month and requested Indian YouTube users to encourage both the channels and”make India win”
“We’re on the edge of getting the world’s biggest @YouTube channel.
T-Series might not be the largest YouTube channel anymore, but there does not seem to be some competition for the music label concerning the amount of movie views. The YouTube station has managed to acquire over 66 billion viewpoints on the video sharing platform, whereas Establish India, which is currently second concerning the video views, just has over 31 million views.
In accordance with the latest information from YouTube, PewDiePie now has over 92,464,500 subscribers, whereas T-Series is bookkeeping for 92,304,900 subscribers with a gap of just over 160,000 subscribers between the two. With PewDiePie now also leading in the average new subscribers per moment, it remains unclear when T-Series will get the name spot back.