T-Series vs PewDiePie: The Race For The Top YouTube Channel Just Got Real

T-Series vs PewDiePie: The Race For The Top YouTube Channel Just Got Real

Home Social Video T-Series vs PewDiePie: The Race For The Top YouTube Channel Just… Share on Anyone familiar with YouTube will know that one creator has dominated the most subscribed to channel charts for the past 5 years. PewDiePie, one of the most talked-about gamers in the world, has held onto his position as King of YouTube since 2013, but his crown is about to slip as Indian Media company, T-Series, looks on course to surpass PewDiePie’s 67M subscribers in the next few days – and that news is causing quite the stir. Tubular Labs has been measuring daily subscriber growth numbers for both T-Series’ and PewDiePie’s channels in October, and found that the former is out-gaining the latter by an average of over 90,000 new subscribers per day (119,565 vs. 29,465). T-Series is set to surpass PewDiePie’s total subscribers by Sunday, October 28th 2018 (see below for the full stats): Last 365 days: Total subs gained Subs / month gained T-Series PewDiePie Although lately, the creator has diversified into a more broader range of entertainment videos. His presence now reaches far beyond YouTube (he is active on Twitter, Facebook, Twitch, and Instagram), and as his popularity has grown among his ‘Bro Army’ fans, his currency as a leading figure in 21st Century pop culture has put him at the center of a series of controversies – none of which have severely dented his image with fans, followers, and the media. He’s a true maverick who has paved the way for thousands of other influencers to build their brand on YouTube. He’s uploaded over 4,100 videos since 2010 which have generated over just under 19B views. T-Series have uploaded over 13K videos to YouTube, with this music video from Guru Randhawa generating 603M YouTube views, with a V3 of 13.6M.

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Anyone familiar with YouTube will know that one creator has dominated the most subscribed to channel charts for the past 5 years. PewDiePie, one of the most talked-about gamers in the world, has held onto his position as King of YouTube since 2013, but his crown is about to slip as Indian Media company, T-Series, looks on course to surpass PewDiePie’s 67M subscribers in the next few days – and that news is causing quite the stir.

At the time of writing (we will be updating in real-time so please return to see the latest stats) PewDiePie is ahead with 199,534 subscribers over T-Series. The October data growth isn’t a surprise to industry experts, as subscribers to the T-Series YouTube channel have been on a fast upward trajectory all year. We can confirm that T-Series has gained 40.3 million subscribers in the past 365 days (that’s an average of 3.4 million per month), while PewDiePie’s YouTube channel has grown by 9.7 million (an average of 808,000 per month). Tubular Labs has been measuring daily subscriber growth numbers for both T-Series’ and PewDiePie’s channels in October, and found that the former is out-gaining the latter by an average of over 90,000 new subscribers per day (119,565 vs. 29,465).

T-Series is set to surpass PewDiePie’s total subscribers by Sunday, October 28th 2018 (see below for the full stats):

Last 365 days:
Total subs gained Subs / month gained
T-Series 40.3M 3.4M
PewDiePie 9.7M 808K
October 2018 to Date
Oct 1 Oct 25 Subs Gained Daily Growth

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