MrBeast surpasses T-Series as the fastest growing YouTube channel in 2021

In particular, set records on the site when he uploaded his much-anticipated Squid Game replica in November, which has since surpassed 200 million views in just over a month.

MrBeast surpasses T-Series as the fastest growing YouTube channel in 2021
MrBeast surpasses T-Series as the fastest growing YouTube channel in 2021

MrBeast, a YouTube celebrity, had a highly successful 2021, becoming the year’s fastest-growing channel. Even surpassing our music company T-Series. One of YouTube’s most well-known content makers is Jimmy ‘MrBeast’ Donaldson.

MrBeast has started a new $ 1,000,000 Influencer tournament
MrBeast has started a new $ 1,000,000 Influencer tournament

The North Carolina native is known for his ambitious movies, high-stakes challenges, and humanitarian undertakings on the internet.

In particular, set records on the site when he uploaded his much-anticipated Squid Game replica in November, which has since surpassed 200 million views in just over a month.

This viral video, along with his previous endeavours such as #TeamSeas, appears to have resulted in a significant increase in channel growth, giving him the title of the fastest-growing channel in 2021.

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What does this mean for the MrBeast Youtube channel?

MrBeast has started a new $ 1,000,000 Influencer tournament
MrBeast has started a new $ 1,000,000 Influencer tournament

MrBeast even outperformed T-Series, the Indian music and entertainment label that famously defeated PewDiePie in their 2019 subscriber war, according to data from YouTube Battles. However, his success was only by 1.1 million subscribers, as the creator barely edged out the heavyweight label.

Donaldson, on the other hand, has amassed almost 37 million members in the last year. That’s not all; MrBeast also sits at YouTube’s fifth-most subscribed channel overall, ranking just below PewDiePie at 87.8 million subscribers. (PewDiePie’s YouTube channel has almost 111 million subscribers.)

Donaldson appeared to be ecstatic about defeating his arch-nemesis, T-Series, whom he aided PewDiePie in their infamous sub war by practically advertising PewDiePie’s channel during the Super Bowl.

This announcement comes on the heels of MrBeast’s explosive 2021, in which the YouTuber launched his #TeamSeas project, which intended to raise $30 million to help clean the world’s oceans as a follow-up to his previous #TeamTrees effort in 2020.

Given the scope of his efforts in 2021, it’s impossible to predict what this YouTuber will come up with in 2022. One thing is certain: this influencer’s potential is limitless.

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