Pewdiepie had been the #1 most subscribed channel since 2013, but recently, his top spot has been challenged by a mega Bollywood movie and music company called T-Series. Pewdiepie’s fans were activated when they saw T-Series quick gains has have resorted to desperate measures, like buying up billboards… hacking fax machines...and now… asking for help from fellow YouTuber, but also...

The Logang has been mobilized in Pewdiepie’s fight against T-Series

We’ve been covering Pewdiepie’s race against T-Series for weeks, but in case this is your first time hearing about this, quick recap:

Pewdiepie had been the #1 most subscribed channel since 2013, but recently, his top spot has been challenged by a mega Bollywood movie and music company called T-Series. Pewdiepie’s fans were activated when they saw T-Series quick gains has have resorted to desperate measures, like buying up billboards… hacking fax machines…and now… asking for help from fellow YouTuber, but also mortal enemy… Logan Paul.

Logan heard the call and takes the moment in before activating his subscriber base. Logan created a trackable link for his fan base to click, which would trace exactly how many subscribers Pewdiepie gained from the Logang.

At the time of his recording, Pewdiepie was less than 400K subscribers away from being taken by T-Series, and at the time of THIS recording, Pewdiepie had pulled ahead by almost 800K subscribers. Which stands to reason that the Logang came through.

Logan incentivized his followers by offering to donate to charity in exchange for Pewdiepie subscribers, on one condition: Pewdiepie made a follow up video saying he would keep his promise to wear the merch.

PewDiePie is keeping a close eye on the sub gap and notes big changes from Mr Beast, Mark-a-plier as well as the bump from Logan.

But what do you think? Will Pewdiepie be able to pull ahead of T-Series enough to keep the lead? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.