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YouTube Star PewDiePie Surrenders crown to Indian record label T-Series


Looks like the monarch of youtube Channel PewDiePie has to step the crown down to its new frenemy T-Series Pvt.

Super Cassettes Industries Private Limited, doing business as T-Series, is an Indian music record label and film production company founded by Gulshan Kumar in 1983.

It is primarily known for Bollywood music soundtracks. As of 2017, T-Series is one of the largest Indian music record labels, along with Zee Music and Sony India.

T-Series Pvt., one of India’s largest record labels, will become the most-subscribed channel on the world’s most popular video site in the next couple of weeks.

T-Series had 30 million fans at the beginning of the year which was not even half of the following for No. 1 PewDiePie, the Swedish video-game geek and jokester whose real name is Felix Kjellberg.

Half of the popular Channels which are popular in terms of monthly views are from outside the U.S.

PewDiePie’s has been gaining subscribers at an accelerated rate, with at least 150,000 a day. T-Series, on the other hand, is averaging around 130,000 new subscribers per day. You can watch the two channels’ live subscriber counts below.

T-Series has been adding three million subscribers a month and will be the first non-English-language channel to hit No. 1.

In response to this, PewDiePie says that” genuinely don’t. I think that if YouTube does shift in a way that’s more corporate something else will take its place.”

According to prediction estimates from Social Blade, it will take PewDiePie until December 11 to hit 70 million subscribers, whereas T-Series are estimated to hit the same milestone on November 14.

T-Series reportedly gains around 150,000 subscribers per day on good days and with India’s population and internet presence, PewDiePie will undoubtedly be beaten by nemesis soon – however, will remain as YouTube’s largest individual creator when it happens.

But T-Series videos aren’t just popular in India. About 40 percent of their viewership is from outside the country.


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