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PewDiePie Plays Fortnite On Twitch Live Stream To Beat T-Series

PewDiePie Plays Fortnite On Twitch Live Stream To Beat T-Series.

PewDiePie is willing to do whatever it takes to stay ahead of T-Series on YouTube including taking his talents to other streaming platforms.  Despite telling fans he would never stream Fortnite for views, he recently went live on Twitch stream while playing the popular game in order to reach a larger audience.  His successful stream garnered 300,000 live viewers!

The 29-year-old YouTuber has never been known for being humble so he, of course, had to gloat about his numbers in an episode of “Pew News.”

“Let this be an inspirational message for all of you.  PewDiePie is the biggest Fortnite streamer. I’m the greatest Fortnite streamer! Let it be known.”

The stunt did help PewDiePie snag 50,000 extra followers but T-Series is only 100,000 followers behind him so the race is still extremely close.

In the past, huge YouTubers like Mr. Beast, Logan Paul, Justin Roberts, and Dude Perfect have lent PewDiePie a helping hand by urging viewers to follow him.  Mr. Beast even spent his own money to buy billboards and radio ads to support the YouTuber.

Any time it seemed T-Series would take the lead, a fellow vlogger would always step in and save the day.  But now it seems like PewDiePie’s luck might be running out and he knows it.  He added “I’m desperate” to the title of his Fornite live stream vlog and mentioned his desperation in another “Pew News” segment prior to his latest one.

Do you think PewDiePie should give in and accept that T-Series will dethrone him as the most followed channel on YouTube or does he still have a shot?!  Hit us up on social media @trendallday to let us know your thoughts!

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