Dubbed as the “King of YouTube”, Pewdiepie is considered the leading content creator on the platform with over 10,5 crore subscribers as of 2020. However, the famous YouTuber did taste bitter defeat when being T-Series surpassed him to become the most subbed YouTube channel. It’s thought that the relationship between Pewdiepie and T-Series was beyond mending until recently. He surprised everyone when directly called on the Indian YouTube channel to seek a peaceful solution and to join hands to address an emerging power capable of surpassing both in the coming year.

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Cocomelon is quickly approaching Pewdiepie's sub count

To be more specific, Pewdiepie was overwhelmed by a Youtube channel called "Cocomelon" in his latest video. This emerging Youtube channel made specifically for children has attracted billions of views and makes the king of Youtube really shocked.

"God, 69 million views a day, and it's a kid channel, too”.  Pewdiepie, though, commented on their success while his fans have other ideas. His chat channel exploded with arguments about whether Cocomelon was capable of surpassing Pewdiepie in the future. The YouTuber was very witty and called for help from the “arch-nemesis” in the past - T-Series.

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The "Sub Race" between Pewdiepie and T-series received a lot of attention

"Perhaps we need to work together against this emerging force T-Series. They will surpass us both unless we do something about it.", Pew said. After that, he let his imagination run wild to draw the script for their combination in the future. Interesting Indian music in the background, Pewdiepie does his usual silly things, that may be the recipe for success.

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Pewdiepie now focuses more on streaming after his exclusive contract with YouTube

After that, Pewdiepie admitted that he let his guard down a year ago and saw T-Series overthrew him out of his thrown. So this time, he won’t make the same mistake again. Pewdiepie and T-Series took part in an online competition known as the "Sub Race" for the title of the most-subscribed YouTube channel. Owning the biggest YouTube channel since 2013, Pewdiepie clearly had an advantage over the Indian company. However, he was still dethroned despite the support from many of his fellow YouTubers, including Markiplier, MrBeast, and Jacksepticeye. The race concluded on April 28, 2019, when the Swedish Youtuber posted a video asking fans to stop helping him become the most subbed channel once again.