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Since the launch of YouTube in 2005, there have been births of many content creators on the video-sharing platform. Within a few years, the platform had its community of content creators, some of whom are still active. Subscriptions were added so that the consumer can be shown more content of their favorite YouTubers.

The current leading YouTube channel for the most subscribers is an Indian music company called T-Series. It has only recently taken the baton from PewDiePie and is currently standing at 114 million subscribers on YouTube. The aforementioned YouTube personality, PewDiePie, was the former most subscribed YouTube channel but was dethroned by T-Series in early 2019.

PewDiePie, real name Felix Kjellberg, is a Swedish YouTuber who started his channel in 2010 and has amassed over 105 million subscribers at the time of this writing. The Swede gained the title of the most subscribed channel in 2013, where his gaming videos were popular. He retained that title till 2019 but still hit 100 million subscribers shortly after his wedding.
The online battle for the most subscribed YouTube channel was also very fierce between YouTube and T-Series. Though it was all in good humor, the PewDiePie supporters started a "Subscribe to PewDiePie" Movement in 2018, where they would go to lengths to promote PewDiePie's channel. Renting out billboards, trucks, and even advertising his channel in Super Bowl 2019, urging the people to subscribe to his channel.

In an ultimate attempt to gain subscribers, Felix released a diss track for T-Series, which has more than 250 million views today. It helped the Swedish quite a bit, however, with Indian YouTubers also releasing diss tracks and urging its country people to follow T-Series, the result was a success.

It is also notable that music videos and channels have many subscribers on YouTube due to its universality. Despite T-Series being way ahead of PewDiePie now, Felix still remains the most subscribed solo YouTuber on the platform.

However, a kids' entertainment channel, Cocomelon, is creeping in slowly to surpass PewDiePie with 87 million followers and counting. Felix's YouTube army, known as "9 years old," has started trolling the channel on the subreddit.

Take a look at the top 8 currently most subscribed YouTubers (excluding YouTube's own channels) in the infographic below.


Most subscribed YouTube channels

Infographic by: statista.com

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Most subscribed YouTube channels #infographic

Most subscribed YouTube channels

Since the launch of YouTube in 2005, there have been births of many content creators on the video-sharing platform. Within a few years, the platform had its community of content creators, some of whom are still active. Subscriptions were added so that the consumer can be shown more content of their favorite YouTubers.

The current leading YouTube channel for the most subscribers is an Indian music company called T-Series. It has only recently taken the baton from PewDiePie and is currently standing at 114 million subscribers on YouTube. The aforementioned YouTube personality, PewDiePie, was the former most subscribed YouTube channel but was dethroned by T-Series in early 2019.

PewDiePie, real name Felix Kjellberg, is a Swedish YouTuber who started his channel in 2010 and has amassed over 105 million subscribers at the time of this writing. The Swede gained the title of the most subscribed channel in 2013, where his gaming videos were popular. He retained that title till 2019 but still hit 100 million subscribers shortly after his wedding.
The online battle for the most subscribed YouTube channel was also very fierce between YouTube and T-Series. Though it was all in good humor, the PewDiePie supporters started a "Subscribe to PewDiePie" Movement in 2018, where they would go to lengths to promote PewDiePie's channel. Renting out billboards, trucks, and even advertising his channel in Super Bowl 2019, urging the people to subscribe to his channel.

In an ultimate attempt to gain subscribers, Felix released a diss track for T-Series, which has more than 250 million views today. It helped the Swedish quite a bit, however, with Indian YouTubers also releasing diss tracks and urging its country people to follow T-Series, the result was a success.

It is also notable that music videos and channels have many subscribers on YouTube due to its universality. Despite T-Series being way ahead of PewDiePie now, Felix still remains the most subscribed solo YouTuber on the platform.

However, a kids' entertainment channel, Cocomelon, is creeping in slowly to surpass PewDiePie with 87 million followers and counting. Felix's YouTube army, known as "9 years old," has started trolling the channel on the subreddit.

Take a look at the top 8 currently most subscribed YouTubers (excluding YouTube's own channels) in the infographic below.


Most subscribed YouTube channels

Infographic by: statista.com

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