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TechnologyPewDiePie back on top as largest YouTube channel over Indian music label T-Series

20:25  02 april  2019
20:25  02 april  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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PewDiePie – also known as Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg – released a video Sunday conceding defeat to T - Series , an Indian music label and production house. According to YouTube data, T - Series ' videos have been viewed over 66 billion times, while PewDiePie 's videos have been viewed around

T - Series , an Indian music record label and film production company, has recently been gaining over 100,000 subscribers per day and About Music : Music is a channel auto-generated by YouTube and features songs currently trending on the platform. It leads both PewDiePie and T - Series in subscriber

PewDiePie back on top as largest YouTube channel over Indian music label T-Series© USA TODAY Felix Kjellberg, known by YouTuber's as PewDiePie, earned $15.5 million last year, according to Forbes.

In a neck-and-neck race, PewDiePie has regained the lead over T-Series for being the largest YouTube channel in terms of number of subscribers.

PewDiePie – also known as Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg – released a video Sunday conceding defeat to T-Series, an Indian music label and production house. However, hours later, the Swedish game vlogger saw a surge in subscribers. According to current YouTube data, PewDiePie has around 92,477,000 subscribers, whereas T-Series has around 92,312,000.

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YouTube 's most subscribed channel PewDiePie is about to be dethroned by Indian record label T - Series , according to their live count on SocialBlade. This is

This isn't the first time that the two rivals have swapped places since their rivalry began roughly seven months ago. According to data from Social Blade, a website that tracks social media statistics and analytics, T-Series has surpassed PewDiePie over 120 times for the top slot.

Though T-Series is roughly 165,000 subscribers behind PewDiePie, the music label beats the gaming channel in terms of total video views. According to YouTube data, T-Series' videos have been viewed over 66 billion times, while PewDiePie's videos have been viewed around 21 million times.

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T - Series is the #1 record label in India so I thought they'd block me at security, but something else happened! T - Series vs. PewDiePie is OVER ! MUSIC MATTERS 🎶 T - Series and their music has made us dance, cry, sing and fall even more in love with our India . Subscribe to my channel ✔.

About PewDiePie & T - Series : PewDiePie is a Swedish YouTuber and video game commentator, and has been the most subscribed YouTube channel for the past five years. T - Series , an Indian music record label and film production company, has recently been gaining over 100,000 subscribers per day.

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Follow USA TODAY intern Ben Tobin on Twitter: @TobinBen

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: PewDiePie back on top as largest YouTube channel over Indian music label T-Series

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