Justin Roberts Supports PewDiePie In Battle Against T-Series
By Buying a $1 million billboard in Times Square
Justin Roberts, a member of the Team 10 and a close friend of none other than Jake Paul, just went all out to support PewDiePie whose real name is Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg. On the 30th of November, Justin Roberts uploaded a video stating that he had bought a $1 million billboard in freaking Times Square. The billboard aims to advertise PewDiePie’s channel after the YouTube community found out that T- Series was going to get more subscribers than PewDiePie.
— Justin Roberts (@JustinRoberts44) November 30, 2018
Afterwards, Justin Roberts challenged MrBeast to surpass this huge move.
“KEEP PEWDIEPIE NUMBER #1!”
MrBeast’s Efforts to Help PewDiePie
MrBeast is already on his mission to ensure Felix’s channel remains the most subscribed channel on YouTube and not T-Series. In October, he started a city wide advertisement campaign where he bought out every billboard in the city. This definitely helped Felix as his subscribers increased immensely. It was about a 30,000 surge! MrBeast even made an 11 hour video saying PewDiePie 100,000 times.
Across YouTube, people are giving their support to the Swedish YouTuber against T-Series. As the battle ensues, let’s see who emerges victorious. Fellow YouTubers do not want a corporate company to get the number one spot on YouTube. The reason for that is that the YouTube community supports each other and prefers individual content creators get the top spots as opposed to corporate companies and their YouTube channels.