With T Series closing in, PewDiePie fans rally after Mr Beast’s tweet to increase the gap


T series – T-Series is a household name in India since the Nineteen Eighties. The music label is diode by Bhushan Kumar, the son of T Series founder Gulshan Kumar who was assassinated by the underworld mafia D Company in 1997. T-Series has twenty nine TV channels in many Indian languages.
It hosts a number of the most important Indian artists, drawing voluminous views.
Pew Die Pie – PewDiePie, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, has been the world’s most-subscribed YouTuber since 2013.
PewDiePie supporters’ are operating onerous to confirm it doesn’t lose the highest spot to T-Series. They have been victimization many ways like golf shot 1,000,000 greenback sign in city district and current a corroborative tweet by a right organisation within the U.K. Pew Die Pie has been most subscribed YouTube channel for the last six years.
At 3 PM on Wednesday, Pew Die Pie was ahead of the Indian music label by just 22,839 subscribers.
With the popular Indian music brand T-Series fast narrowing the subscriber gap with its rival PewDiePie, the anxious fans of the Swedish YouTuber are now relying on support from popular YouTubers like Mr Beast and the likes to stay ahead in the game.
The ongoing online battle between the two has intensified in recent times, thanks to a number of grassroots campaigns to raise awareness of Kjellberg’s channel.
At the moment, T-Series’s fight for YouTube supremacy looks like a matter of time and this has made Kjellberg’s fans go berserk and make desperate attempts to ensure that PewDiePie stays ahead of its Indian rival as long as possible.
Acknowledging to the ban, some Pew Die Pie fans encountered that it is not legitimate because he did not violate the platform’s rules and that he was kicked out for some off-site actions.
T-Series is coming to eclipsing the Pew Die Pie subscriber account now. All we can do is to wait and watch that what happens next.

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