PewDiePie has massive followers and supporters across the globe. The immense popularity of Felix Kjellberg has recently been proven after he won the battle against the Indian music company T-Series by securing the highest number of subscribers. His YouTube channel has just crossed the highest-ever 80 million subscribers mark and the number each day is only growing. Throughout the competition, the Swedish vlogger has got immense support from his fan and YouTubers alike trying to keep up the solo-creativities in the platform alive. At recent, the support has come in the form of an epic movie trailer. PewDiePie & T-series Battle! YouTuber Felix Kjellberg Raises Over Rs. 1.3 Crores for Indian NGO CRY in a Day.
A YouTuber called Billy Cramer has put together an incredible trailer that features Kjellberg with as many memes possible. Before you begin your speculations, note that the trailer is actually a combined clip from popular movies such as Star Wars, Mission Impossible and even Avengers: Infinity War. But it is hilarious, and we can only imagine, if at all it has to ever happen in the future how will it be. In this photoshopped trailer, PewDiePie is clearly the hero who is attempting to remain at the top list of YouTuber mountain while battling against T-Series. PewDiePie Defeats T-Series As Most Popular Channel After YouTube Deletes Spam Subscribers.
Watch PewDiePie vs T-Series Battle YouTube Movie Trailer.
In August 2018, Kjellberg’s five-year reign at the top of the YouTube subscribers was seemingly coming to an end, and it was predicted that T-Series would cross his achievements by the end of October. During the battle, there came a time when T-Series was only about 100,000 subscribers behind the Swedish YouTuber. It was only then that fans and his supporters alike rigidly came together to keep the solo-creativity alive. Highest-Paid YouTubers for 2018: 7-Year-Old Ryan Tops the Forbes List Among Others.
Many were seen hosting podcasts and creating short videos to convince people to subscriber PewDiePie’s channel. The endless support has made him to the top, and at present, the Swedish YouTuber’s channel is half a million ahead of T-Series.