Still, there are videos that are not listed, especially in the era, due to being hidden by Pewdiepie himself or deleted for copyright and other reasons. This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. This is a comprehensive list of videos on PewDiePie's main channel. Categories :. Universal Conquest Wiki. Minecraft Multiplayer Fun.
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PewDiePie may be known today as the largest individual YouTuber in the world with over million subscribers, but the Swede initially got his start a decade ago playing games like Minecraft, and Amnesia: The Dark Descent. However on May 2, a nine year old Call of Duty Lets Play was uploaded to his account instead of new content. This kicked off speculation among his fanbase as to what the clip from his past could mean. Only thing is — the content was from Despite the accidental upload to his channel, the video managed to pull in over k views at the time of writing. Quite the impressive feat for a video close to 10 years old. And if nothing else, it generated some great memes. Of course, the former Overwatch pro has been in this difficult situation a number of times, having been banned more than once on Twitch. Most recently, he was banned in November for cheating at a Twitch Rivals event. With a player unable to stream, viewers — in turn — also are unable to watch, living off snippets of information posted to Twitter during the ban.
YouTube is full of personalities with tons of followers, all of whom span a large variety of topics from cooking, to reaction videos, and gaming to name a few. While a few of YouTube's biggest content creators like Mr Beast and Markiplier are certainly highly viewed icons, and even PewDiePie is popular enough to get his own fan-made Pokemon cards , the title for highest paid YouTuber goes to a 9 year old boy. A recently released list from Forbes revealed the top earners on YouTube for and while the list definitely has some well known content creators like Dude Perfect, David Dobrik, and Markiplier, something that might come as a surprise is the number one spot doesn't belong to Mr Beast despite his celebrated year of booming subscriber growth and numerous viral videos. In fact, the number one Youtuber this year was Ryan Kaji, known for Ryan's World, his channel focused on toy related content including reviews, unboxing, and fun videos involving Ryan's family. This is actually Ryan's second year in a row beating out some of YouTube's impressive gaming-centric content in the top spot in terms of revenue earned as a YouTuber and its no surprise when it's considered the sort of fan base his channel is reaching out to. A channel with content catered towards children and their families is already enough to garner tons of views and when people consider the sheer amount of content that Ryan's World puts out, it's a no brainer that they'd be able to bring in so many subscribers. It should also be mentioned that Ryan's World has a toy deal as well, which certainly raises awareness of his channel as well as bringing in even more revenue. With the COVID pandemic forcing millions of people to stay at home, YouTube has had a massive year with tons of channel growth and Minecraft securing the top spot for most viewed game on the website. Ryan's World has tons of appeal and was certainly a great way for busy parents to keep their kids occupied while the world was adapting to being at home more than ever.
According to Social Blade —a website which tracks YouTube channel statistics—on 29 December , the PewDiePie channel surpassed emimusic's video view count, at over 7. PewDiePie's first video on the eponymous channel was deleted and is no longer available for public viewing; in a interview conducted by one of his friends, PewDiePie expressed he no longer has access to the video. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by adding missing items with reliable sources. Videography of PewDiePie. Social Blade. Retrieved 3 January Retrieved 15 April Archived from the original on 5 January