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MrBeast just became the most-subscribed YouTube channel of all-time

MrBeast just became the most-subscribed YouTube channel of all-time

Those are some big numbers

It has finally happened. MrBeast now has more subscribers than anyone else on YouTube and has made history becoming the most-subscribed channel on the platform.

Jimmy ‘MrBeast’ Donaldson has now reached the top spot by toppling Indian record label T-Series with over 266 million subscribers.

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MrBeast has made a name for himself in recent years for his gameshow-style videos and for giving away millions of dollars as both prizes and philanthropic donations.

In a recent Twitter post, MrBeast celebrated his rise to the top by saying “After 6 years we have finally avenged Pewdiepie”

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">After 6 years we have finally avenged Pewdiepie 🥹 <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; MrBeast (@MrBeast) <a href="">June 2, 2024</a></blockquote> <script async src="" charset="utf-8"></script>

This jump came after a huge 10 million subscriber boost at the beginning of June which pushed the creator ahead of T-Series.

This all transpired after T-Series tried to rally their followers a few months back with MrBeast replying by saying” Naw, subscribe to me instead.” and challenging the CEO of T-Series to a boxing match - as YouTubers often do nowadays.

The real-life Willy Wonka of YouTube now sits atop the creator pile making videos of people living in supermarkets, competing in Squid Game-style game shows, or vlogging his public acts of charity.

In other recent MrBeast news, Jimmy has been looking for 5,000 applicants who will take part in a game show, partnering with Amazon, to give away $5 million, the largest game show prize of all-time.

Now Jimmy has the most subscribers ever, the race is on to reach 300 million subscribers which seems entirely possible for 2024, especially as his partnerships and products - like the candy bars and burgers - take hold.

MrBeast has seemingly taken over YouTube creating video after video and it’s unlikely his reign will end anytime soon, even if T-Series manages to rally and fight back.

Featured Image Credit: MrBeast, YouTube

Topics: Youtube