PewDiePie Vs. T-Series Battle Travels to Fortnite and Super Bowl 2019
The heated PewDiePie Vs. T-Series subscriber battle does not seem to subside anytime soon. Ardent fans are ready to go around any length to prevent the defeat of their favorite YouTube channel at the hands of the Indian music company T-Series. From hacking printers, to endless social media campaigning, fans are leaving no stone unturned. Recently the subscriber margin has narrowed to a 100,000. Consequently PewDiePie and his fans have taken it upon themselves to push the internet sensation ahead of the Indian Music brand. While PewDiePie has started his subs-desperate Fortnite stream, Fans have taken the campaign to Super Bowl. MrBeast
MrBeast Campaigns For The YouTube Sensation In the PewDiePie Vs. T- Series Subscriber Battle At The Super Bowl
On Sunday’s Super Bowl popular YouTuber and supporter of PewDiePie, MrBeast sported a “Subscribe to PewDiePie” t-shirt. Four friends backed MrBeast aka Jimmy Donaldson. Moreover, the crazy fanatics carefully stationed themselves behind the field goal to allow for effective campaigning. PewDiePie Vs. T-Series
“We bought seats right behind the field goal, every kick on the end zone with rams paint will have our sub 2 Pewdiepie shirts”.
The smart campaigning proved worthwhile. ESPN observed the campaign and tweeted about the same. A live count update by Dexerto shows that on February 3, the YouTuber was ahead by just 40,000 subscribers. PewDiePie’s recent stream of Fortnite helped increase it to around 100,000 subscribers. PewDiePie Vs. T-Series
Stephen Gostkowski misses the 46-yard FG! pic.twitter.com/jEUct0ObCr
— ESPN (@espn) February 3, 2019
This is not the first time MrBeast is helping the YouTuber to boost his subs count. Last October, when a similar situation arose, the YouTuber likewise created a citywide ad-campaign. This allowed the subscriber count to escalate by 36,000 in the campaign’s first hour. Super Bowl
An Emergency Fortnite Stream For Additional Followers
PewDiePie calls Fortnite the game of his choice. He also strongly feels that Fortnite streams can help turn in more followers in the continuing subscriber battle against T-Series. Before the news of the narrowing competition broke out, T-series was only 29k subs short of the other giant. Quite thankfully, the emergency stream pushed the number to as high as 100k.
YouTube Steps Into The Subscriber Battle
Last December, YouTube was able to reinstate the reputation it had lost due to its horrible YouTube Rewind video by moving in the subscriber war. YouTube cleansed itself of all spam accounts. This made PewDiePie lose only 40k subs as compared to T-Series’ loss of 200k subscribers. Super Bowl
Although the Indian brand had faced drastic defeat during that time, the channel has now re-emerged against the YouTuber. Both YouTube channels were hovering around 83-84 million. But this Super Bowl campaigning will surely rake up the numbers for the YouTuber.
Let’s see what happens next! Will T-series dethrone the Swedish YouTuber for good?