Felix’PewDiePie‘ Kjellberg held the title of most subscribed channel from August 2013, with a run of 1920 days from December 23, 2013, until T-Series overtook him on March 27, 2019. .
Although T-Series “stealed” the title, the success of Pewds still an amazing thing. Although quantity subscriber In recent months, the mourning has slowed but still helped him still reach a new milestone on October 28, 2019. This Swedish guy has become YouTuber the first individual to reach 102 million subscribers above Youtube.
In September 2019, he “only” gained 240,000 more subscribers, which is the lowest he has earned in a month since September 2017, exactly two years earlier. Updated numbers for October 2019 are not yet available, but are likely to show a big increase in subscriber numbers.
This slowdown could be for a number of reasons. PewDiePie got married to fiance Marzia Bisognin in August and was less active on YouTube while they were on their honeymoon, which may be the biggest cause.
There is also some speculation that Pewds is banned in China, although there is some uncertainty around that. If his channel really can’t be found in China, he could potentially miss out on a huge market and slow down his potential growth.
Pewdiepie’s sub growth hits lowest level since September 2017
Fan can track the change in subscriber count of their favorite Youtubers per second. This is a feature that has gained great popularity during the PewDiePie and T-Series races as thousands of people will flock to the livestream simply to see the subscriber count for each channel as the distance gradually changes over the course of many months. .
A policy change was announced in August 2019 that would shut down the online counting feature, and it was this announcement that prompted PewDiePie to set a new “deadline” for reaching 100 million subscribers: he wanted to break it. break this milestone while people can still watch it happen live.
It is likely that the loss of this feature has also created a loss of interest for viewers and affected the number of subscribers of Youtubers. YouTube star This guy often makes it clear that his subscriber count isn’t what keeps him coming back to make videos every day.
Since PewDiePie hit 101 million subscribers in early September, T-Series has grown from 111 to 116 million followers, numbers that he couldn’t keep up with. It’s going to be tough to overtake this Indian manufacturing company again, but it wouldn’t be strange if PewDiePie break the record.
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