01:14 GMT28 February 2021
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    After weeks of neck-and-neck battle between PewDiePie and T-Series, the latter appears to have finally overtaken Pewds’ six-year reign as the most popular YouTube channel.

    Bollywood company T-Series' YouTube channel, which hosts music videos and movie trailers, has become the first account with 100 million subscribers. Meanwhile, Swedish YouTube star PewDiePie, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, has assumed second place, with more than 96 million subscribers. 

    At third place in the rating is the 5-minute Crafts channel, which only has 40 million subscribers.

    READ MORE: Vlogger Reveals How PewDiePie Got on YouTube's 'Naughty List' in the US

    In March, T-Series briefly overtook PewDiePie in its number of followers. The battle between the two channels started in August 2018, with the struggle becoming so tough that Kjellberg's fans even bought ads in Times Square in New York calling on people to subscribe to the Swedish YouTuber.

    During the struggle, the YouTube channels of PewDiePie and T-Series each grew by around 30 million subscribers.


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