PewDiePie vs T-Series Live Subscriber Count

PewDiePie vs T-Series was an online battle between two giants YouTube channels. PewDiePie run by Felix Kjellberg and T-Series is an Indian record company run by Bhushan Kumar. The battle between both YouTube channels title as the most-subscribed channel on YouTube that was later won by T-Series.

Most of the YouTubers support PewDiePie inlcuding Markiplier, Captain Sparklez, MrBeast, Jacksepticeye, Logan Paul and KSI. PewDiePie’s fans work hard to gain subscribers for the channel that they support through various methods such as video promotions and well-organized marches. Fans of PewDiePie also used the slogan “Subscribe to PewDiePie”. Some of the PewDiePie supporters went into unauthorized activities such as hackings of websites, personal devices, social media accounts and created malware to tell people to subscribe PewDiePie.

PewDiePie and T-series both of the YouTube channels cross 100 million subscribers and the competition is atlast won by T-Series.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q1. Did T Series beat PewDiePie?

After a hard struggle by fans such as lead campaigns, T-Series has finally won the battle and beat out PewDiePie to become the first YouTube channel crossing 100 million subscribers.

Q2. Who will win PewDiePie or T Series?

If we look at the scores, then we came up with a conclusion that T-Series is A++ and PewDiePie is A. PewDiePie add 144,783 daily in the past 30 days while T-series add 150,575 daily. That’s why T-Series won.

Q3. Who is better T Series or PewDiePie?

T-Series overtaken the battle of the most subscribed Youtube channel by defeating PewDiePie, T-Series cross just over 100M subscribers, while PewDiePie is at over 96M

Q4. Who is the richest YouTuber?

Some of the Richest YouTubers are:

YouTube Channel Earning
PewDiePie $15.5 Million
Jacksepticeye $16 Million
VanossGaming $17 Million
Markiplier $17.5 Million
Jeffree Star $18 Million
DanTDM $18.5 Million
Dude Perfect $20 Million
Jake Paul $21.5 Million


Q5. What is PewDiePie’s sub count?

PewDiePie channel viewed more than 20 billion times and T-series won the battle by 100 million subscribers, PewDiePie is the first YouTube channel to crack 100 million subscribers at the end of August 2019.

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