PewDiePie challenged game developer Thomas Brush to create a game in 14 days, after being dared to do so during an episode of ‘LWIAY’ in early February.
Brush held up his end of the bargain and managed to create an entire game in the span of two weeks, which humorously details PewDiePie’s struggles against T-Series, YouTube demonetization, and more.
The game features voice acting from Kjellberg himself, and even references notable moments in PewDiePie’s recent battle against T-Series, such as Ben Shapiro’s appearance on Meme Review and MrBeast’s Super Bowl ad campaign.
The game, appropriately titled ‘Zero Deaths,’ tasks PewDiePie with collecting ‘Monetization Coins’ and defeating T-Series’ ‘sub bots’ in an effort to put the YouTuber back on top.
PewDiePie went on to play ‘Zero Deaths’ in a joint video with Brush, where he expressed gratitude that he’d gone through with the challenge and was impressed with the game’s overall polish.
The race between T-Series and PewDiePie has since come to a startling head, with the label surpassing PewDiePie three times in short bursts.
However, thanks to PewDiePie’s dedicated fanbase, the YouTuber has managed to pull past his Bollywood nemesis thus far – despite original projections that T-Series would beat him out in early 2019.