|Great Subscriber War (2018–2019)|
|Part of the Corporatization of YouTube|
|Commanders and Leaders|
General of the 9-Year-Old Army:
Mover of Mountains:
Meme Force Commanders:
Everyone's favorite Communist
|Casualties and losses|
HackerGiraffe's online presence
Bob and Vagena (Got completely destroyed when bitch lasagna is released.)
Watch the FlareTV live subscriber count between the two channels here.
Wikipedia article on PewDiePie vs T-Series: click here.
This conflict has been ongoing since late August 2018, and escalated when General MrBeast erected billboards in order to get subs for PewDiePie. Many have supported PewDiePie in similar ways, causing him to obtain subscribers much quicker.
2 August 2018: Pyrocynical uploaded a video titled "THIS CHANNEL WILL OVERTAKE PEWDIEPIE (ASOT)".
29 August 2018: PewDiePie uploaded a video titled "THIS CHANNEL WILL OVERTAKE PEWDIEPIE (LWIAY #46)". This video had the same thumbnail as Pyrocynical's. This was where the drama began.
1 September 2018: FlareTV creates a live counter of PewDiePie vs T-Series.
5 October 2018: PewDiePie released his diss track on T-Series, titled "b**** lasagna". As of now it's PewDiePie's most viewed video.
26 October 2018: MrBeast uploaded his video where he bought a bunch of billboards to promote PewDiePie. This prolonged PewDiePie's reign as #1.
25 November 2018: MrBeast uploaded his second video on PewDiePie vs T-Series. He said PewDiePie 100,000 times for almost 12 hours straight.
30 November 2018: TheHackerGiraffe hacked 50,000 printers worldwide; the printers all printed out "Subscribe to PewDiePie!". On the same day Justin Roberts uploaded a video of him buying a $1 million billboard in New York's Times Square urging people to subscribe to PewDiePie.
2 December 2018: Jacksepticeye tweeted on Twitter, "Roses are red; nine year olds rise! We will defeat T-Series; subscribe to PewDiePie!" This tweet, along with Markiplier's stream titled "I Literally Won't Shut Up Until You Subscribe to PewDiePie" helped PewDiePie stay #1 to this day.
5 December 2018: TwitchReacts uploaded a video with Ninja supporting PewDiePie by first reacting to the subscriber difference and playing b**** lasagna.
6 December 2018: YouTube Rewind is released, quickly becoming the most disliked video ever. In it, Infiltrator JaidenAnimations hid many memes, including PewDiePie's chair and "Sub 2 PewDiePie".
7 December 2018: Logan Paul uploaded his video "HELLO PEWDIEPIE...THE LOGANG IS HERE"
16 December 2018: Epic Rap Battles of History released a rap battle between PewDiePie and T-Series on their second channel. It was titled, "Flash in the Pan Hip-Hop Conflicts of Nowadays". At the end, they support PewDiePie by telling the viewers to subscribe to PewDiePie.
19 December 2018: QuackityHQ released a video where he converts Indian Tech Support Scammers to PewDiePie subscribers, infiltrating the enemy lines.
27 December 2018: Pewdiepie uploaded a video named "YouTube Rewind 2018 but it's actually good", completely thrashing YouTube's Rewind scoring 14.84 million dislikes, making the most disliked video in the history of YouTube.
24 August 2018: PinkSheep uploaded a video titled "BIGGEST YOUTUBE CHANNEL YOU'VE NEVER HEARD OF... (2,000,000,000 views a month)". In this video, he talks about what T-Series is, and he mentions that T-Series will surpass PewDiePie in subscribers soon.
2 December 2018: ExplodingTNT uploaded a video titled "100,000 TNT vs PewDiePie & T-Series". Pewdiepie survived and T-Series got blown up
14 December 2018: CinemaWins uploaded a video titled "Everything GREAT About YouTube Rewind 2018!" which showed a black screen with text saying "Subscribe to PewDiePie".
23 December 2018: akidearest releases "I used Google Translate to text my boyfriend" in which she texts her boyfriend in Japanese "subscribe to pewdiepie, unsubscribe to T-Series". The message was clearly also directed to her subscribers to subscribe to PewDiePie.
29 December 2018: PewDiePie reads 721 books
31 December 2018: PewDiePie hosts the first annual meme awards
3 January 2019, Saiman Says made an honest reaction of the CarryManti Disstrack and exposed that CarryManti secretly supported PewDiePie
On 6 November 2018, Dillon The Hacker uploaded a video where he proclaims he is the founder of T-Series and uses that channel to gain millions of subscribes with one goal in mind: to defeat PewDiePie. Despite the fact that this is obviously untrue, Dillon's allegiance remains unknown, more likely to stand against PewDiePie.
Additionally, on 14 December 2018, iDubbbzTV uploaded a video in which the description proclaims that he hopes T-Series will overtake PewDiePie, however does not actively promote subscribing to T-Series.
Tracking the Great Subscriber War
|PEWDCON 1||< 0||Loss||War lost and demobilization should incur, T-Series takes over Youtube, all hope is lost.|
|PEWDCON 2||0-100K||Deathpacito|| |
|PEWDCON 3||100K-1M||Emergency||Generals ready to defend and support the Nine-Year-Old Army|
|PEWDCON 4||1M-10M||Danger||Increased giraffe watch and strengthened meme measures|
|PEWDCON 5||10M+||Safe||T-series is oblitarated and Pewds remains number one|
Current status: PEWDCON 3