T-Series listed in Guinness Book of World Records after crossing 100 million Subscribers on YouTube
T-Series listed in Guinness Book of World Records after crossing 100 million Subscribers on YouTube

Following quashing Swedish videogames reviewer PewDiePie’s colossal subscription amounts on YouTube, T-Series has gotten a mention in the Guinness Book of World Records, reports their official webpage. It currently holds the record for its very first YouTube station to get crossed 100 million readers.

This basically beats PewDiePie’s record, although he had been the very first YouTuber to have attained 50 million readers.

T-series, the report included, was set up in 2006 and continues to be seeing stellar expansion in its own recent decades. It’s India’s biggest music label. It was initially founded in 1983 by Gulshan Kumar.

PewDiePie and T-Series have been fighting it out because of October 2018 for its YouTube crown. PewDiePie, who claimed his lead for five decades, was threatened with the fast contributor expansion of T-Series. The internet battle has additionally improved subscriber count for the two channels, together with them crossing the 90-million subscriber mark over hours of one another in March. PewDiePie’s reign as the world’s hottest YouTube channel eventually ended at the end of March.

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But, conceding his defeat, Felix Kjellberg aka PewDiePie submitted a movie titled’Congratulations’ while shooting a one final jab in his arch-rival. It featured several accusations from T-Series and its owner Bhushan Kumar, in addition to a couple private confessions. Complaints from the YouTuber’s movies Caused the Delhi High Court obstructing them in India.

Afterward, in March,” Kumar, the chairman and managing director of T-Series, published a movie on Twitter, enticing the Indian audience to register to its own station together with all the #BharatWinsYouTube campaign.

Most Bollywood personalities, such as Varun Dhawan, Sonakshi Sinha, Salman Khan and singers such as Neha Kakkar and Armaan Mallik, have shared their own service for T-Series.

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Meanwhile, one of those who combined the #SubscribeToPewDiePie effort were Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk, who eventually delivered on his promise to sponsor the station’s Meme review.