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    Earlier in the day, Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, more commonly known as Pewdiepie, officially conceded defeat to T-series in the 'most subscribed YouTube channel' standoff.

    Following the concession, PewDiePie even uploaded a video "congratulating" his Indian rival, which went viral and garnered over 12 million views at the time of writing.

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    However, later on, PewDiePie posted on Twitter that he once again took the top spot over T-series in the YouTube war. According to the post, he has 4,000 more subscribers than the famous Indian channel.

    The struggle for first place between competitors has been going on since August 2018.

    PewDiePie' fans were excited too see their favourite vlogger leading again.


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