The T-Series/PewDiePie battle has been raging for months, but T-Series seems to have won the war. T-Series is the first YouTube channel to reach more than 100 million subscribers after months of racing to the top. The record label joined YouTube in 2010, although it started at the beginning of the 1980 decade by Gulshan Kumar and Bhusan Kumar.
This achievement surpasses the owner of PewDiePie, a Swedish video game critic known for his sketches of popularity and comedy on the video site, as well as being the first YouTuber to reach 50 million subscribers. Since 2010, the T-series has uploaded an astounding number of 13,000 videos to the platform and has accumulated an even more impressive 71 billion video views. YouTube congratulated the T series on Twitter, telling the Bollywood channel to make room on its shelf for a new trophy. The T-series also thanked the fans for helping the company reach the milestone.