T-Series vs PewDiePie: Stepping in the YouTube’s biggest battle for the No 1 Spot

T-Series vs PewDiePie: YouTube is without a doubt one the one popular platform in the digital world today. A countless number of YouTubers try their luck on this platform to entertain the viewer with the most interesting video content. However, lately the platform has turned into a battleground for Internet’s biggest battle, that is T-Series vs PewDiePie.

What’s the deal with T-series Vs PewDiePie battle?

PewDiePie and the Indian media firm are racing to notch up the highest number of YouTube subscribers
PewDiePie and the Indian media firm are racing to notch up the highest number of YouTube subscribers

PewDiePie is one of the most talked-about gamers in the world and he has held onto his position as King of YouTube since 2013, but his crown is about to slip as the Indian Media company, T-Series, looks on course to surpass PewDiePie’s 73M subscribers in the next few days.

What all you need to know about PewDiePie?

PewDiePie is currently fighting to keep his title for the top YouTube channel against Indian music label T-Series.
PewDiePie is currently fighting to keep his title for the top YouTube channel against Indian music label T-Series.

He’s a true maverick who has paved the way for thousands of other influencers to build their brand on YouTube. He’s uploaded over 4,100 videos since 2010 which have generated over just under 19B views

The impact of T-series on PewDiePie channel?

The growth of T-series has clearly caused panic in the Kingdom of PewDiePie and he and his army of followers have retaliated in the worst ways. From making an offensive diss track about T-series to negative comments and disliking the videos of T-series, the battle has turned ugly.

PewDiePie recently took to YouTube and said that he has seen a growing number of fans leaving racist comments about Indians in the on-going subscriber war with T-Series and he isn't happy about it.
PewDiePie recently took to YouTube and said that he has seen a growing number of fans leaving racist comments about Indians in the on-going subscriber war with T-Series and he isn’t happy about it.

Though the star has tried to cover the damage as well. In his latest video, Felix Kjellberg aka “PewDiePie” talks about how the whole race for YouTube’s top channel started. In an attempt to make amends, he has set up a donation account to fund Indian non-governmental organisation Child Rights and You.

He also shares details of his fans going through crazy steps urging people to subscribe to this channel.

Why T-series is going to surpass the PewDiePie channel?

India is still in an early stage of digital dominance. After the arrival of smartphones and cheap internet packs, India is growing as a market and the same time a large number of Indians are yet to turn to social media. In that case, T-series which is an entire cooperation that is primarily focused on music and has enormous finical backing can achieve the goal of Number one stop on Youtube.

The channel has been active since 2006 has been growing at a very steady rate until it exploded in popularity over the past couple of years.

PewDiePie’s has been gaining subscribers at an accelerated rate, with at least 150,000 a day. T-Series, on the other hand, is averaging around 130,000 new subscribers per day.

T-Series’s comment on PewDiePie’s approach 

Addressing the issue, Neeraj Kalyan, President, T-Series, who also heads the Digital division said, “It’s a matter of pride for all Indians that an Indian YouTube Channel will soon be world’s biggest channel on YouTube. But it seems a set of overzealous PewDiePie fans are negatively spamming T-Series channel on YouTube. I would like to inform them that we are not perturbed by this kind of behaviour.

“T-Series is a well-respected platform for Indian music and promoting new talent is part of our DNA. We will continue to build and grow our fan base globally. No amount of spamming will be able to hold back the power of good music.”

“PewDiePie is indeed a good channel and there is no competition between T-Series & PewDiePie as both have different sets of audiences. I wish all the very best to PewDiePie,”

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