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From a long time, the battle to become the number one channel on YouTube was on. Eventually, T Series surpassed PewDiePie to become the most subscribed channel on YouTube.

In the last few weeks, both of these channels were exchanging spots. There was a difference of some thousand subscribers but now the difference is very less.

According to reports, T Series has 91,801,639 subscribers on YouTube, while the number of subscribers of the PewDiePie YouTube channel is 91,722,957. Now there is a difference of about 78 thousand subscribers between these two. PewDiePie is a YouTube channel from Sweden that is run by a man named Felix.

PewDiePie consistently held the spot as YouTube’s number-1 content creator for years. The fans of the two team continued to preach on social media. Even in Sweden, posters were placed in place of support for this person, Merchandise was sold. Some hackers have urged people to subscribe to these channels by hacking the printers.

In a similar way in India, people continued to appeal to subscribing to T Series on social media. Many people on YouTube just show the real-time subscribers of these two channels, including some dedicated websites, that also show about the real-time subscribers of these two YouTube channels.

In the case of video views, however, Indian music company T-Series had already surpassed this PewDiePie channel. Until recently, T Series’s videos had more than 53 billion views, while PewDiePie’s videos had 19 billion views.

Interestingly PewDiePie initially started uploading gaming videos and at the moment, the channel uploads the videos of different categories.

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