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MrBeast now has more YouTube subscribers than PewDiePie

MrBeast surpasses PewDiePie in terms of most subscribed YoutTube Video Creator.

Just weeks after reaching 100M YouTube subscribers, MrBeast has overtaken PewDiePie as YouTube’s most subscribed video creator.

Jimmy ‘MrBeast’ Donaldson has been one of the fastest-rising YouTubers on the Google-owned site during the past few years, surpassing his target of 100 million subscribers in July.

Now, he has ensured his position as the site’s most subscribed content producer, surpassing PewDiePie, a Swedish creator who has been active on the site for a long time.

The most subscribed channel on YouTube is now MrBeast

MrBeast’s primary channel reached 111,851,893 subscribers on November 14, 2022, surpassing PewDiePie’s by a few thousand subscribers at the time this article was written.

As a result of achieving this goal, MrBeast has become the individual content creator on the Google-owned platform with the most subscribers.

In July of 2022, Donaldson followed in PewDiePie’s footsteps by being the second person on YouTube to ever exceed 100 million views, and only a few short weeks later, he received a response from the channel’s creator.

“Come on, I’ve been retired for like 2 years now. I can’t wait for it to be over […] that’s alright he definitely deserves it. I hope he does it,”

PewDiePie on Donaldson surpassing him on YouTube.

Both of the renowned content producers have not yet commented on the recent success, but we’ll keep you informed as soon as they do. MrBeast gave away a private island in a contest to commemorate reaching 100 million subscribers, and now many are curious as to what he will do next.

Donaldson, a YouTuber since 2012, became famous in 2018 after donating thousands of dollars to minor Twitch streamers and YouTubers. In more recent times, he has been filming elaborate contests in which followers take part in videos for the opportunity to win significant rewards.

In June, he awarded $500,000 to a supporter in a competition based on “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” and in December, he recreated the Netflix show “Squid Game” for a competition with 456 backers.

PewDiePie, also known as Felix Arvid Ulvid Kjellberg, has been uploading gaming videos on YouTube since 2010. In 2013, he became the YouTuber with the most subscribers, and in August 2019, he became the first creator to reach 100 million subscribers.

Kjellberg announced four months later that he was taking a hiatus from YouTube due to fatigue, and he has posted less regularly since then.

In May, he announced to his supporters that he had relocated to Japan from his former residence in Brighton, England. Since then, he has been providing them with updates on his life in Japan in the form of video blogs.

Kjellberg acknowledged in August that Donaldson was likely to surpass him as the YouTuber with the most subscribers, stating in a video that Donaldson “deserves it.”

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Bharat Kotwani
Bharat Kotwanihttp://www.talkesport.com
Traversing the colossal journey @ TalkEsport

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