PewDiePie vs T-Series continues to be one of the biggest and the hottest YouTube battles of 2019. As the gap between the Swedish content creator and the Indian music giant widens, it appears that T-Series is going to be the first to hit the 100 Million subscribers mark.
The race for 100 million subs is almost coming to an end now. Let us take a closer look at what makes this race so intense and how did T-Series come to win it.
PewDiePie vs T-Series: Who Reaches 100 Million First?
T-Series has surpassed 99.4 Million subscribers and is sure to hit the 100 Million landmark next week. PewDiePie, on the other hand, is trailing at 96 Million subs – the gap between the two just continues to widen as T-Series continues to steamroll forward. Given the rate of growth, the Indian giant is almost certain to hit 100 Million subscribers this week.
PewDiePie, who was leading the subscriber count for the past six years, has finally conceded his run on the top to T-Series. In the past, he released two diss tracks attacking T-Series, considered racist by some which helped him gain some lead, but he has since fallen back in the count again.
Reasons behind the massive boom in T-Series Subscriber Count
One of the biggest reasons as to why T-Series numbers are booming and the company has come to lead the PewDiePie vs T-Series battle is because they are one of the biggest production houses of India and have no dearth of content.
Furthermore, given that internet penetration in India has shot up by leaps and bounds over the past couple of years, this has given another boost to T-Series in this battle against PewDiePie.