Felix Kjellberg, known online as PewDiePie, is a Swedish YouTuber who makes comedy and commentary videos. He has previously been known for his Let’s Play videos. PewDiePie’s channel had the most subscribers from 2013 until 22 February 2019, when he was finally surpassed by T-Series, although PewDiePie took back the top spot shortly after approximately 8 minutes. He has over 95 million subscribers, 21.2 billion views, and 3.8 thousand uploaded videos as of 21 April 2019. He refers to his fan base as the “9-year-old army”.
The Biggest Gap So Far –
After all time ups and downs finally, T-Series takes back the lead which in turn makes the subgap increase by approximately 140 subscribers a minute since the passing. The gap went over 100,000 subscribers in favor of T-Series for the second time on 15 April. On 19 April, T-Series uploaded “Slowly Slowly”, a song by Guru Randhawa featuring American rapper Pitbull, which increased the gap even more. T-Series has managed to stretch this lead further as of 23 April 2019, peaking at over 880,000 subscribers making it the biggest gap in favor of T-Series so far. And now they have over a difference of 2.7 Million.
Now its wait to see that who will win a race to 100 Million subscribers soon, T-Series has nearly 98.7 Million subscribers and PewDiePie has nearly 95.5 Million subscribers, chances are less for PewDiePie to complete 100 Million first than T-Series. However, you can follow the live battle and race through the link given below