pewdiepie v.s. T-Series, an infinite battle in the entertainment sector

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PWP v.s. T-Series, an infinite battle in the entertainment sector
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pewdiepie v.s. T-Series, an infinite battle in the entertainment sector

Felix Kjellberg, better known as pewdiepie, is a Swedish YouTube that makes comedy and commentary videos. Previously he was known for Letz to play videos. The pewdiepie channel had the most subscribers from 2013 to February 22, 2019, when it was eventually overthrown by the T-Series, although the pewdiepie lost its position only after about 8 to 8 minutes. , By April 21, 2019, they have more than 94 million users, 21.2 billion views, and 3.8 thousand uploaded videos. He describes his fan base as a “9 years old army”.

T-Series is an Indian record label and film production company. YouTube has a 29-channel multi-channel network operated by a team of 13 people. The main T-series channel features mainly Indian music videos (Bollywood music and indie pop) and Bollywood movie trailers. Until April 21, 2019, videos were uploaded for several days, and 13,300 videos were updated. The T-Series became the most viewed channel on YouTube in February 2017, with more than 68.1 billion views as of April 21, 2019. As of April 21, 2019, the main T-Series channel had more than 95 million users and is becoming the most subscribed channel YouTube.

Currently, the most substantial gap, despite all variations in the number of subscribers, has been close to one million subscribers, with the most significant gap and the gap between these two channels. Currently, the T-Series tops the list with 96 million users and pewdiepie with 95 million users in second place.

This gap is gradually increasing, and people are obsessed with it.

 

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