PewDiePie Quiz: How well do you really know the YouTube king?

Published: 23/Oct/2019 22:59 Updated: 6/Apr/2020 11:27

by Brent Koepp



Together with G Fuel. Buy Pewdiepie’s new flavor incredible YouTube career, here is a quiz that will put your knowledge of the Swede to the test, and prove how much of a ‘bro’ you really are.

Since launching his channel in 2010, PewDiePie has become one of the decade’s most influential entertainers.

Whether you were watching him when he was screaming at barrels in 2011, or became an obsessive fan because of his meme reviews and Minecraft series, this quiz will put your knowledge to the test – see if you can get enough right to be deserving of a brofist!

Having surpassed 100 million subscribers on his main channel, PewDiePie became the first individual YouTuber to reach such a milestone. Unfortunately, another channel beat him to the 100 million mark, as Indian record label and production company T-Series won the race.

Still, PewDiePie remains the undisputed king of the platform, and has proven that his audience is not only large but loyal. His videos, almost regardless of their content, attract tens of millions of views, and even though he made the somewhat risky transition to Minecraft, there was no slump in viewers.

In fact, Minecraft helped his channel grow faster, as he was more frequently featured on YouTube’s trending page for gaming. And 2019 was a great year for him outside of YouTube, too, as he finally married his longtime partner Marzia in August.

He has also attracted some big-name celebrities on his channel, including Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, whose appearance on PewDiePie’s ‘Meme Review’ show back in February attracted almost 25 million views.

2020 is set to be another big year for the Swede, as he is moving to Japan and will no doubt aim to hit another major milestone on his channel.


Logan Paul wants to fight NHL pro Evander Kane after challenging Jake

Published: 2/Dec/2020 17:20

by Michael Gwilliam


YouTube sensation Logan Paul responded to a boxing challenge NHL pro Evander Kane issued to his brother, Jake, during the Impaulsive podcast.

Right after Jake scored a stunning knockout on former basketball player Nate Robinson, the San Jose Sharks left-winger sent a challenge Paul’s way, claiming he’s easy, get ‘wrecked.’

Now, one of the Paul brothers has seemingly accepted the challenge, but it wasn’t the one who Kane was expecting.

“San Jose Sharks? What is that exactly? Some sort of fish or aquatic animal who lives in San Jose?” Logan joked and read Kane’s original tweet. (Segment begins at 33:28)


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“Put him on a list,” he remarked. “Does Jake Paul vs Evander Kane, is that a headline fight? How many buys does that get?”

While Jake’s last fight was on the undercard for Mike Tyson’s boxing return against Roy Jones JR, some could argue that Paul stole the show with his huge knockout that went viral on social media. It’s unclear if Kane would have the same star power as Robinson.

The podcast members agreed that the fight wouldn’t exactly be worthy of a headliner, but Logan Paul had an idea.

“Or does he just do it because he will get another fantastic f**king knockout? Is he even active?” Logan asked, inquiring about if Kane was still playing in the NHL. “Okay, so when is he going to train boxing? We’ll go through it again. I’ll put a quarter-million down this time.”

With Logan Paul down to step into the ring against Kane, all that was needed was a response by the forward, who wasted no time in accepting the invitation.

In a short eight-second video tweet, the Sharks player accepted the challenge quite confidently.

“Logan Paul, I’ll take the mop off your head and wipe the floor with you,” he said and proceeded to tag the YouTuber in the reply.

It’s unclear when or if this fight actually goes down, especially with Kane being active in the NHL, so we’ll have to wait and see what happens. The NHL season is set to begin on January 1 at the earliest, but hopefully, the two can arrange for a fight in the following off-season.