List of most-subscribed YouTube channels

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This article lists the fifty most-subscribed channels on the video platform YouTube.wikipedia
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This article lists the fifty most-subscribed channels on the video platform YouTube.
YouTube allows users to upload, view, rate, share, add to favorites, report, comment on videos, and subscribe to other users.

Smosh

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An early archive of the list dates to May 2006, at which time Smosh, with fewer than three thousand subscribers, occupied the number-one position.
, the Smosh channel has over 7 billion video views and over 23 million subscribers, making it the 33rd most subscribed channel on YouTube.

PewDiePie

Felix KjellbergFelix "PewDiePie" KjellbergFelix Kjellberg (PewDiePie)
Since December 23, 2013, the most-subscribed channel has been PewDiePie, with over 83 million.
On 15 August 2013, Kjellberg became the most-subscribed user on YouTube, being briefly surpassed in late 2013 by YouTube Spotlight.

T-Series (company)

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Following a increase in the subscriber count of T-Series stating in January 2018, T-Series has been accumulating millions of subscribers at a very rapid rate.
With over 82 million subscribers as of 23 January 2019, it also ranks as the second most-subscribed channel behind PewDiePie.

Brooke Brodack

Brooke "Brookers" BrodackBrookers
There are ten channels known to have been the most-subscribed on YouTube: Smosh, Judson Laipply, Brookers, geriatric1927, lonelygirl15, nigahiga, FRED, Ray (formerly Ray William Johnson), PewDiePie, and YouTube Spotlight.
From July 3 to August 17, 2006, her "Brookers" channel was the most-subscribed on YouTube.

YouTube Spotlight

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There are ten channels known to have been the most-subscribed on YouTube: Smosh, Judson Laipply, Brookers, geriatric1927, lonelygirl15, nigahiga, FRED, Ray (formerly Ray William Johnson), PewDiePie, and YouTube Spotlight.
On November 2, 2013, the YouTube Spotlight channel briefly surpassed PewDiePie's channel, to become the most subscribed channel on the website.

Dude Perfect

The channel is the 8th most subscribed channel overall, the most subscribed channel in the United States, and the 2nd most subscribed sports channel on YouTube.

El Rubius

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His channel currently has over 7.2 billion views and 33 million subscribers, making it the 15th most subscribed on YouTube, the second most subscribed channel in the Spanish language, and the most subscribed YouTube channel in Spain.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show

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The talk show's YouTube channel is currently charted as being in the top 20 most-subscribed YouTube channels.

Whindersson Nunes

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The channel is currently the 13th most-subscribed channel on YouTube.

Fernanfloo

With a total of over 6.6 billion views, more than 570 videos and 30 million subscribers, his channel is the 19th most-subscribed channel on YouTube and the most subscribed channel from his native country of El Salvador, and its subscriber count is more than four times as high as the population of that nation.

Germán Garmendia

His channels are currently the 10th and 18th most subscribed on YouTube, having a combined total of over 65.3 million subscribers.

VanossGaming

Evan Fong
As of November 2018, Fong's channel has over 10 billion video views and 23.8 million subscribers on YouTube, making it the 32nd most subscribed channel on YouTube.

Felipe Neto

He is a well known YouTuber in Brazil, and with 29 million subscribers and his channel is the 23rd most-subscribed on the website.

Trap Nation

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The flagship channel, Trap Nation, is currently the 28th most-subscribed channel on YouTube.

Markiplier

Mark "Markiplier" FischbachMark FischbachMark Edward Fischbach
, his channel has over 10 billion total video views and 22 million subscribers, and is currently the 39th most-subscribed channel on YouTube.

Justin Bieber

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As of 2017, Bieber was the second most followed user of Twitter, while his VEVO channel made him the third most subscribed user of YouTube until by 2018 where it became the second most subscribed user of YouTube.

Jacksepticeye

Seán McLoughlinSeán William McLoughlinSean "jacksepticeye" McLoughlin
, his channel has over 10 billion views and over 21 million subscribers, currently ranked the 50th most-subscribed YouTube channel as well as the most-subscribed channel in Ireland.

ChuChu TV

ChuChu TV Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs
ChuChu TV is the 46th most subscribed YouTube channel in the world, with over 21 million subscribers.

Luccas Neto

His channel is currently the 43rd most-subscribed on YouTube.

Rihanna

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Her VEVO YouTube channel is currently the fifth most subscribed channel on YouTube.

Disney Digital Network

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Maker's most successful channel was PewDiePie, the most subscribed user on YouTube, who signed under the Maker sub-network Polaris and later RevelMode until February 13, 2017, when Maker dropped him as a result of jokes that were perceived to be anti-semitic.

Yuya (YouTuber)

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Yuya is the 37th most-subscribed YouTube channel in the world.

Ryan Higa

nigahigaRyan and Sean's Not So Excellent AdventureRyan Higa (NigaHiga)
There are ten channels known to have been the most-subscribed on YouTube: Smosh, Judson Laipply, Brookers, geriatric1927, lonelygirl15, nigahiga, FRED, Ray (formerly Ray William Johnson), PewDiePie, and YouTube Spotlight.
Higa's YouTube channel, nigahiga, was the [[List of most-subscribed YouTube channels#Historical progression of most-subscribed channels|most subscribed channel on YouTube]] for 677 consecutive days from 2009–2011, the second longest span of time behind PewDiePie.

PewDiePie vs T-Series

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As a response, PewDiePie fans and other YouTubers have shown their support for PewDiePie in the PewDiePie vs T-Series competition.
PewDiePie vs T-Series is a mock competition between the two YouTube channels PewDiePie and T-Series for the title of the most-subscribed channel on the video-sharing website.