Monday, 14 January 2019

Details About Pewdiepie vs T-Series: The story behind the YouTube battle

Pewdiepie vs T-Series

Vlogger PewDiePie is close to losing the match as the most subscriber on the YouTube channel, because the Indian Channel T-Series caught him.
T-Series vs Pewdiepie

Two channels were closed in a fight because Swayd fights to maintain a title, which he has claimed for nearly five years.

For millions of people, this is extremely important - so that an enthusiastic PewDiePie fan hacked around 50,000 printers worldwide to promote their channel and race about the top.

Here's what you need to know about the fight:

What are the two channels that are locked in the top races?

PewDiePie is a Swedish vulgar whose real name is Felix Keelberg. He has crowned the most subscribed channel for nearly five years.

He posts gaming videos, vlogs and general chats under the name PewDiePie, but in the last few months there has been a dispute over some of his content.

His fight against the T-Series has been described as "David vs Goliate" because Indian channels is the product of a company that posts Bollywood trailers and songs in the country of 1.3 billion people.

T-Series is a huge brand of India that has been running since the 1980s. "The problem for PewDiePie is that he can not live with that machine only, which is the T-series YouTube channel", Matt Bender wrote on Tech Site Mashable. "The YouTube channel for the Bollywood music giant grows close to 145,000 customers per day.

"T-Series, started in the 1980s, is a heritage brand in India with a population of 1.3 billion people.

"It has a roster full of staff and music artists and Bollywood superstars, which relies on to pump half a dozen high-made music videos per day.

"In contrast, PewDiePie is simply putting a vlog or video game stream per day."

How many subscribers have they received?

Both currently have more than 73 million subscribers, but the online tracking tool Social Blade documents say that the difference between the two is less than 500,000.

The tool updates every second and is currently being streamed on YouTube, recording that the T-Series rack up more than 150,000 new subscribers and PewDiePie in one day.

What have they said about each other so far?

After the printer hack, Keelberg said in a video: "There is so much support for supporting me on top that I love it, please keep it."

"But do not do anything illegal, okay ... because he will feel bad about me."

Keelberg also posted a video on his channel, in which supporters were asked to fight on their behalf, and challenged the T-Series for the fight of death.

DNA India last month had reported that the T-series made a comeback to Kailberg to go, writing that the company is a "well-respected platform".

President Neeraj Kalyan said: "It is a matter of pride for all Indians that an Indian YouTube channel will soon be the world's largest channel on YouTube.

"But it seems that the excessive Peevdeepi fans are spamming a T-series channel on YouTube negatively. I would like to inform them that we are not surprised by such behavior.

"We will continue to build and develop our fan base globally. No amount of spamming will be able to take back the power of good music."

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