YouTube has been a reasonably competitive platform for all creators out there. PewDiePie is the first individual producer on the platform to reach this milestone, beating an authoritative record of 100 million subscribers on YouTube. Previously, a significant competition between the T-Series and PewDiePie was growing to race 100 million subscribers. However, before the T series crossed the 100 million mark and now stands at 109 million subscribers and is still growing. But PewDiePie is the first person producer to do so. In third place, is 5 Minute Craft with over 60 million customers.
“Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg” is the name of this internet star. Recently she married her longtime girlfriend plus partner YouTuber Marzia Bisognin, and she shared a wedding video on her channel, which is currently trending number 2 on YouTube. He is famous for uploading all Minecraft videos recently. Each video has been viewed more than 10 million times and always on the trending list.
Also, surprisingly, YouTube paid tribute to this internet star by posting a Twitter congratulating him for marrying his love and even passing the 100 million subscribers mark. They now have 100.1 million.
PewDiePie and YouTube itself have a complicated love-hate history. He is by far the best-known producer on stage, mainly because he is a one-man producer, with a tremendous amount of access, but past controversies, including one where he said n-words on one stream, another where he was on Fiverr I-Semitic phrase as a “gag”, holding a sign with an ant to pay men had landed him at odds with Google. YouTube also canceled its YouTube Red show for this reason and removed it from Google Preferred Advertising back in 2017. But for now, Pewdiepie has been a gaming personality after his Minecraft streams received so many views worldwide; Also, he seems invincible for now! Reviving the love for Minecraft, PewDiePie is undoubtedly doing a great job!
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