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Entertainment • Mar 08, 2019

PewDiePie sets new subscriber goal as race with T-Series continues

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PewDiePie sets new subscriber goal as race with T-Series continues
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YouTube king Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg’s race against Bollywood label T-Series continues to heighten, despite his brief loss - but the Swede isn’t giving up hope just yet.

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PewDiePie made an announcement during an episode of ‘LWIAY’ on March 8, where he revealed that he hopes to reach a major subscriber milestone before his fight with T-Series comes to an end.

While both channels reached a whopping 88 million subscribers in late February, PewDiePie hopes to reach 100 million subs ahead of T-Series’ projected victory.

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“Keep subscribing, god dammit!” PewDiePie jokingly urged his viewers. “...we gotta make it to 100 [million]. We’re gonna make it to 100 mill, and we’re gonna dab on them, and that’s how we’ll know that we’re winning.”

Although T-Series was projected to surpass Pewds in early 2019, the Swede continues to outpace his Bollywood nemesis, thanks to the efforts of his dedicated fanbase and other popular YouTubers.

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The label even overtook PewDiePie for a grueling ten minutes on February 22, thanks to an automated audit by YouTube that purged over 20,000 inactive subscribers.

Despite this brief defeat, PewDiePie managed to bounce back in a big way, prompting T-Series’ CEO to speak out on their fight with a message urging Indian subscribers to end the race for good.

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PewDiePie hit back at the PSA in kind, calling T-Series “desperate” - and now, he has an even bigger goal in mind (which could very well come to pass, if previous trends continue to hold true for the YouTuber).

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