PewDiePie vs T-Series, a competition between the two YouTube channels for the most subscribed channel on Youtube. PewDiePie has been the most-subscribed user since December 2013, while T-Series has been the most-viewed and second most-subscribed channel since early 2018.
Created in 2010 by Swedish comedian Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, the PewDiePie YouTube channel is best known for its “Let’s Play” videos and blogs, as well as Kjellberg’s following. His content has been described as goofy, obnoxious, and filled with profanity.
While he initially ran the channel himself, he currently has a small team of editors working on his videos. He has over 85 million subscribers and 20.4 billion views as of 13 February 2019.
T-Series is an Indian music record label and film production company. On YouTube, it has a multi-channel network consisting of 29 channels, run by a team of 13 people, with over 100 million combined subscribers in total as of November 2018.
The main T-Series channel primarily contains Indian music videos (Bollywood music and Indi-pop) as well as Bollywood film trailers, and uploads several videos every day. T-Series began gaining massive amounts of subscribers in early 2016 and became the most-viewed channel on YouTube in February 2017. The channel has over 85 million subscribers and over 61.6 billion views as of 13 February 2019.