PewDiePie promises to delete his YouTube channel once he has reached 50 million subscribers, but instead deletes his other less-profitable channel.
by Michael Augustin
PewDiePie vows to his bros that he will ditch his YouTube channel for good if he hits the 50 million followers mark.
by Carla Grace Mesina
Pewdiepie & Gaming Update: Felix Kjellberg, Explains Why He Would Delete His 50M Subscribers YouTube Account; See Here Why!
The most popular YouTube actor says that he will delete his account when he reaches the 50M subscriber mark, see the whole story why!
by Lei Velayo
'Pokemon GO' Cheats, Tips & Tricks: YouTube Star PewDiePie's Hack Shows How To Play Without Leaving The House
YouTube star PewDiePie has found a way to play "Pokemon Go" without leaving the house.
by V Doctor
Warner Bros. was recently found guilty of paying PewDiePie and other famous YouTubers to give positive reviews with full disclosure.
by V Doctor
'PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist' will be coming this summer.
by Donyae Coles
There are a significant amount of people that spend more time on the internet than they do in front of their TV. It's where most of the modern world gets their news from, so it's no surprise that there would be a list of the most influential people on the internet, or that PewDiePie would be on it.
by Donyae Coles
Well it seems that the king has finally fallen. PewDiePie is not in the number one most viewed spot on YouTube as the year begins. The gaming bro-king was overtaken by rival DC Toys Collector. The King is dead. Long live the King!
PewDiePie topped the charts in views for January with far more views than his closest competitor. The internet superstar seems to be fairly unstoppable.
PewDiePie clearly has the most subscribers of any YouTtube channel in the history of the website but it looks like he'll get a chance to add another title after his name. The YouTube superstar is being nominated for Best YouTube Star of the Year for the 7th Annual Shorty Awards.
Do you secretly hate the most popular vlogger on YouTube? Now there's a game in which you can straight up kill PewDiePie. Party Hard lets you take care of your annoying neighbors by killing them. Which really isn't the best way to go about solving your problems.
PewDiePie is engaging in a little friendly competition this Valentine's Day because nothing says "I love you" quite like defeating your significant other in a game. That's romance right there. You can join in by playing Best Fiends.
Internet famous vlogger PewDiePie spoke out against the new Nintendo Creators program along with other more well known vloggers. Even so, the program has had more applicants in its first 72 hours than Nintendo even expected.
Recently, PewDiePie was quoted on an advert for Techland's new game, Dying Light. This quote has been surrounded in controversy because it seems the star was paid to play the game in one of his videos where the quote was taken from. PewDiePie has remained mostly silent around the issue but two tweets point to his displeasure with the quote.
PewDiePie is not feeling the proposed Nintendo Creators Program. The company is pushing a new initiative to try and create a relationship with YouTube vloggers. The new program would see Nintendo taking a cut in the ad shares. PewDiePie and other vloggers are thoroughly against this.