PewDiePie hits another major subscriber milestone as T-Series lose ground - Dexerto

PewDiePie hits another major subscriber milestone as T-Series lose ground

Published: 24/Feb/2019 12:23 Updated: 24/Feb/2019 12:42

by Connor Bennett


YouTube king Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg is still locked in his fierce war against Bollywood label T-Series, but he may have some room to breathe after hitting yet another milestone before his rivals.

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PewDiePie has held the top spot on YouTube for a number of years, but T-Series came out of nowhere in 2018 looking to steal his crown away. The Indian production company has pushed the Swede all the way, but Pewds continues to stay ahead – fending off a number of close pushes.

The Swede initially admitted that he didn’t care all that much about the subscriber war but has pulled out a few tricks, including a diss track and live streaming games such as Fortnite and Roblox, to boost his already massive subscriber count. 


Now, he has hit another major milestone – leaving T-Series behind. 

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PewDiePie / YouTubePewds lead continues to grow but T-Series won’t give up the fight easily.

Since recieving some recent help from Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Justin Roiland of ‘Ricky and Morty’ fame, Pewds has taken back a strong position in the war with T-Series.

Since Musk and Roiland’s Meme Review appearance on February 22, Pewds has crossed the 87 million subscribers mark. His subscriber lead has also grown to over 115,000 – after the battle had reached its lowest point only a few days prior, with T-Series coming within nine thousand subscribers of taking the crown.

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T-Series had originally been projected to surpass the Swede in early January, but that has yet to happen –  with the YouTube king continuing to fend off any attempts of a defeat, no matter how dire the situation looks.


How long PewDiePie is able to remain on top of the YouTube mountain remains to be seen – but it appears that he’ll have a bit of breathing space for now if he wants to celebrate his 87 million subscribers milestone.