T-Series Crushes PewDiePie & Becomes 1st Youtube Channel To Cross 100 Million Subscribers!
This is one big moment for entire India.
TSeries, our very own music record label and movie production company has become the first Youtube channel to cross 100 million subscribers.
This way, T-Series has created history by becoming the most followed Youtube channel ever.
T-Series Beats PewDiePie & Creates History
Hence, T-Series finally had the last laugh, as they crushed PewDiePie’s dominance and popularity in the Youtube ecosystem, and raced to 100 million subscribers.
This is a record in itself, as no other Youtube channel has been able to breach the 100 million subscribers ever.
T-Series announced the achievement by uploading this image on their Youtube channel
T-Series vs PewDiePie Fight Turns Interesting
In the ongoing battle between T-Series and PewDiePie, this is indeed an interesting twist, albeit positive for T-Series, and negative for PewDiePie.
For the last 6 years, PewDiePie had been the reigning champion with most number of subscribers, compared to any other YouTube or brand or celebrity.
Although T-Series was founded in 1983, which makes them 35 years old, they created their Youtube channel only in 2006, and started uploading videos only in late 2010.
T-Seires is India’s largest music record label, and captures 35% of the market share with thousands of movies and albums under their belt..
But their Youtube numbers are even impressive: They have uploaded more than 13,000 videos as of now, and have churned out whooping 71 billion views as of May, 2019. They had crossed 1 billion views in July 2013.
This also makes T-Series as the most viewed Youtube channel, as PewDiePiew has managed mere 20 billion views as of now.
How WIll PewDiePie React Now?
In March,2019, when T-Series beat PewDiePie in terms of subscribers, then it had rattled and unsettled him.
He had published a derogatory video, which insulted Indians, and T-Series’ head Bhushan Kumar.
He had said, “Congratulations. India got YouTube figured out. How about next you figure how to fix the caste system. May be all those ads will solve your crippling poverty.”
Such was the heat generated, that High Court ordered Youtube to remove two such offensive videos, which PewDiePie fans call as diss tracks.
We have reported how PewDiePie fans tried to hack into their way, and make him more popular.
We hope that something positive comes out this time, just like PewDiePie raised Rs 1.6 crore to help child labourers in India.
We will keep you updated, as more details emerge.