The battle between T-Series and PewDiePie for YouTube thrown has taken an interesting turn. The hostile political climate between neighboring countries India and Pakistan could end up favoring PewDiePie.
T-Series has removed the content of Pakistani artists from its channel as a result of the current situation in the Indian occupied Kashmir. After the removal of Pakistani content from T-Series, content created by some of the most popular singers in the two countries, Atif Aslam and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and others, the people of Pakistan are banding together to unsubscribe from T-Series YouTube channel.
In fact, they are actually rallying to support PewDiePie in the battle against T-Series.
Tseries has banned all Pakistani singers, its time all Pakistanis unsubscribe Tseries and Subscribe to pewdiepie #SubToPewdiepie#ماموں_کا_بیٹا_کامران#BanIndianFilmsAdsSongs#NZvBAN#OccupiedKashmir#Mediadebate2019 pic.twitter.com/Ke5JgR9cf6
— India Ki Ma Ka Bharosa (@indiakimaka) February 20, 2019
— Asif ALI (@AsifAli100M) February 20, 2019
To the whole of #Pakistan, @TSeries has already kicked out songs sung by Pakistani singers e.g. @itsaadee and many others. Now's the time to UNSUBSCRIBE FROM TSERIES & SUBSCRIBE TO @pewdiepie — the guy who's been giving their YT channel hell since Oct 2018! #pewdiepievstseries https://t.co/61G2EIzr7v
— wasay (@awa7ayb) February 19, 2019
We can take our Revenge from India by Subscribing to PewDiePie
Check my Video https://t.co/zouz7E8eLx
— Turtle Father ?? (@TurtleFathar) February 19, 2019
Its time to subscribe @pewdiepie and unsubscribe to @TSeries…
Keep support @pewdiepie and boycott all #indian_products , #Indian_youtubers and #Indians… #GayHind
Pew_d will meet 100 million subscribers before T-Series. We are with Pakistan Pew_d@DennisCricket_ @duckybhai
— Mubasher Ali (@Mubaxher1) February 19, 2019
— Khalid Awan (@KhalidAwan7940) February 19, 2019
The sentiment is growing quickly as there are millions of PewDiePie fans in Pakistan. T-Series is currently over 17K subscribers behind PewDiePie.
T-Series allegedly uses a sub-bot to boost its subscribers count. It stands on 86M subscribers but most of its videos fail to hit even a million views. Losing the subscriber battle to T-Series won’t change the fact that PewDiePie is still bigger than T-Series in terms of his reach, engagement, and views.