PewDiePie deleted his YouTube channel, sort of
PewDiePie, a popular gaming YouTuber, told the world he would delete his YouTube channel if he passed 50 million subscribers. He started a stir in the YouTube community and the media world that had everyone talking about whether he’d delete his channel. He managed to pass 50 million subscribers yesterday, and he deleted his channel. We’ll not his main gaming channel with 50 million subscribers, but his second channel.
He managed to pass 50 million subscribers yesterday, and he deleted his channel. We’ll not his main gaming channel with 50 million subscribers, but his second channel.
PewDiePie claims he was trolling everyone all along, but he raised real concerns in his first video. He said he wanted to start over because he has 50 million subscribers, but his videos only receive 1 to 2 million views each. A terrible subscriber to viewer ratio. He also complained about subscriber not getting his videos in their feeds and many of his videos not being surfaced on the YouTube homepage.
Now he’s claiming he’ll delete his channel, PewDiePie Official, when he hits 100 million subscribers, which should take him that long to hit. We’ll have to keep an eye out for what tricks he’s going to try and play.
Tell us in the comments – What do you think about PewDiePie claiming this was all an elaborate joke?