PewDiePie becomes first YouTuber to reach 100 million subscribers

PewDiePie becomes first YouTuber to reach 100 million subscribers

26.8.2019

PewDiePie becomes first YouTuber to reach 100 million subscribers

Swedish YouTuber Felix 'PewDiePie' Kjellberg has crossed the 100 million-subscriber mark on Youtube, making him the first individual creator to do so.

Swedish YouTuber Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg has crossed the 100 million-subscriber mark on Youtube, making him the first individual creator to do so.

Last year, the 29-year old competed with T-Series, an Indian music label for the race to 100 million YouTube subscribers.

However, T-Series ended up winning the race on May.

YouTube has already sent a congratulatory video to PewDiePie via Twitter.

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