PewDiePie hits 100 million subscribers on YouTube; congratulations pour in
Swedish YouTube personality Felix Kjellberg is on a roll. Just days after the 29-year-old married Marzia Bisognin, his girlfriend since seven years, Felix has finally hit the coveted 100 million subscribers mark on the video sharing platform. This makes him the first-ever individual 'creator' to achieve the feat. Currently, T-Series is the most-subscribed YouTube channel in the world. Here's more on this.
Naturally, fans are elated; fellow YouTubers have posted congratulatory messages
After PewDiePie, Felix's YouTube channel crossed 100 million subscribers, fans were elated, and shared their delight across social media platforms. YouTube was among the firsts to tweet a congratulatory message. Fellow YouTubers also took to social media to offer their best wishes. Notably, there is no official comment from Felix about the achievement. Additionally, long-time competitor T-Series hasn't posted any congratulatory message yet.
"What a month to celebrate," YouTube posts congratulatory video
"We finally have our Brofist," fans are obviously happy
"Married and 100 mil subs in a single month"
Congrats to Felix and entire team Internet: YouTuber MKBHD
I remember when the first YouTuber (Fred) hit 1 million subscribers— Marques Brownlee (@MKBHD) August 24, 2019
Then a couple years later @pewdiepie was the first to pass 10 million subscribers
Today he's on pace to be the first individual to pass 100,000,000
Whoa. Early congrats to Felix and the entire #teaminternet
Felix started his YouTube career back in 2010
Felix started his YouTube career back in 2010, as a 20-year-old, while studying at the Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden. In August 2015, Felix became the most subscribed user on YouTube. Today, he is the second most-subscribed YouTuber, next only to Indian music label T-Series (109 million subscribers). Felix's video content mostly comprises of live game commentary, vlogs, and animated comedy shorts.