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T-Series Vs PewDiePie: Who Is Winning? Subscribers Count, Earnings, Likes & Dislikes, Contents

Published Wed Jun 19 2019 By Binish Tamang
T-Series Vs PewDiePie: Who Is Winning? Subscribers Count, Earnings, Likes & Dislikes, Contents

T-Series Vs. PewDiePie: The Great Subscribers War was the YouTube War between the two topnotch YouTube Channels T-series and PewDiePie. This was a competition between these channels for the title of the most subscribed channel on YouTube.

Well, the winner of this vicious YouTube war is T-series as it reached 100 million on 28 May 2019. On the same day, PewDiePie had only 96 million subscribers. 

T-Series Vs. PewDiePie

The conflict started at the end of August 2018 after The TekkitRealm uploaded a video titled "The New YouTube Award for 100 million Subscribers... what is it?"

Eventually, on 2 August Pyrocynical shared a video with the title ‘THIS CHANNEL WILL OVERTAKE PEWDIEPIE (ASOT)’ on behalf of T-series. Then at the end of August 2018, the war between them formally begun after PewDiePie uploaded a video "THIS CHANNEL WILL OVERTAKE PEWDIEPIE (LWIAY #46)" using the same thumbnail as Pyrocynical.

Subscribers Countings

From 1 September 2018, FlareTv firstly started live streaming the subscribers count between PewDiePie vs T-series. They first started the war with just a slight difference of subscribers. As of June 2019, the subscriber’s gap is above 5 million and the subscribers' favor T-Series.

Real time Youtube Subscription of PewDiePie and T-series (1:50 pm 19 June 2019)

The match officially ended on 28 April 2019 after PewDiePie released a video in which he withdrew his name from the channel.

Do You Know: PewDiePie uploaded a video named "YouTube Rewind 2018 but it's actually good” which gained the 14.84 million dislikes, making it the most disliked video on the YouTube history.

YouTubers like Ryan Higa, Jake Paul, Markiplier, Shane Dawson, Shroud and other supported PewDiePie in this battle. 

Average Earnings

As of 2019, PewDiePie has the average views of 21,823,247,300 per video while T-Series has an average view of approximately 73,799,991,525 per video.

How much money do you think these two channels make?

YouTube ChannelT-SeriesPewDiePie
Daily Earnings$23.7K - $378,644$2.5K - $39,565.24
Monthly Projections$710K - $11,359,320$74.2K - $1,186,957.20
Yearly Projections$8.5M - $136,311,840$890.2K - $14,243,486.40
Average Subscribers111,611 daily subs23,114 daily subs
Average Views94,661,000 daily views9,891,310 daily views
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PewDiePie’s most popular YouTube content includes his Let's Play-style video game commentaries, especially of the thriller and horror genre. His contents are often considered as goofy, energetic, and obnoxious.

PewDiePie and T-series contents comparision

Similarly, T-series features contents in the Hindi Language. The channel shows music videos and movies trailers. T-Series is now owned solely by Bhushan Kumar which was actually established by the Kumar Brothers.

As of now, the official competition between the two channels is over but their fans are still comparing their subscriptions. It seems that the great subscription war is not over yet as many sites and online portals are still comparing these two.