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Mr. Beast is the youtuber with the most subscribers in history

MrBeast. (photo: YouTube)

the genius of Youtube, entrepreneur and 21st century philanthropist Jimmy Donaldson, also know as MrBeasthas exceeded Felix Kjellbergknown as pewdiepieas the creator of YouTube with most subscriptions ever. According to Dexerto, Donaldson walked past Kjellberg’s 111,846,079 subscribers just after 4 pm (Peruvian and Colombian time) on November 14, 2022.

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It’s the end of Pewdepie’s incredible and unrivaled dominance on the platform. Despite a history of public warnings from both YouTube and the media about the use of racist language and anti-Semitic jokes, kjellberg He has been the most subscribed content creator on YouTube since August 2013.

It was the channel with the most subscribers on YouTube until 2018, when the giant of the production of Bollywood T-Series got over it

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Pewdiepie shouldn’t be surprised that MrBeast has surpassed him

In recent years, Donaldson’s MrBeast channel has seen explosive growth, thanks to his aggressive YouTube algorithm optimization, philanthropic approach to viral content, and gamified video concepts.

He has also opened a successful global burger brand and a line of food delivery snacks, all while earning millions that he claims to reinvest in his channel.

Mr Beast Burger. (photo: Masco Agency)
Mr Beast Burger. (photo: Masco Agency)

Secondly, pewdiepie He started out as a game creator, posting “let’s play” videos that documented both his gameplay and his reactions. His sense of humor and inordinate physical responses to losses and jump scares included in horror games made him a creator with a loyal following.

Since then, Kjellberg has steered away from gaming and has relied on commentary and comedy. In the past two years, she has been committed to posting more unstructured content, such as vloggingand has called the period his “retirement.”

In a video from August, a viewer asked Pewdiepie if he thought MrBeast would surpass his subscriber count. Kjellberg smiled. “He definitely will. Come on, I’ve been retired for two years. I can’t wait for it to finish”, he admitted, “she definitely deserves it, I hope she does”.

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Jimmy Donaldson (MrBeast) and Felix Kjellberg (Pewdiepie). (photo: Insider)
Jimmy Donaldson (MrBeast) and Felix Kjellberg (Pewdiepie). (photo: Insider)

Brands lead the channels with the most subscribers on YouTube

Donaldson Y kjellberg (MrBeast and Pewdiepie, respectively) have been contemporaries and friends for several years. In 2018, MrBeast poured thousands of dollars into a marketing spree in support of the “subscribe to Pewdiepie” campaign, a very close race between kjellberg Y T-Series for knowing the channel with the most subscriptions on YouTube.

The triumph of the T-Series marked a sea change for YouTube, as individual and independent creators were dwarfed by brands. A handful of companies, including T-Series with 229 million and the children’s channel cocomelon at 147 million, they now have more subscribers than Donaldson and Kjellberg.

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Primetime Channels, YouTube’s option to watch television

This will be a section within the Movies and TV section of the app, and in it the different streaming platforms will appear as independent channels, each one with the videos of their productions.

Additionally, that content will also be found in search results, recommendations, and more places where users typically discover videos. People will be able to like and comment, although it is not clear if there will be information on the number of views.

The new tool with which YouTube seeks to organize streaming platforms.
The new tool with which YouTube seeks to organize streaming platforms.

The way in which this content will differ from the traditional Youtubeit will be through a green label that will say ‘See now’ or ‘Pay to see’, in case you do not have the streaming service hired.

The latter is essential, because Youtube will work as a host for the other platforms so that they are all together, since according to Erin Teagueproject leader, “It’s frustrating to have to go from one app to another to manage your subscription across all apps.”

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