MrBeast vs PewDiePie is one such debate which has been going on for a very long time. Both of them are extremely popular and generate great content. But let us have a look at some figures and see who will win the ultimate battle of being the most popular YouTuber

Both are perhaps the most popular YouTubers in the world today. They are among the few YouTubers with over 100 million subscribers. They both produce unique content, however, MrBeast is more popular in the United States while PewDiePie is popular with European audiences.

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MrBeast vs PewDiePie is a never ending debate

So, which YouTuber is better? We analyze both MrBeast and PewDiePie to see who’s the better content creator.

MrBeast and PewDiePie have been content creators on YouTube for over a decade now. PewDiePie joined YouTube in April 2010 and slowly rose to fame amassing over a hundred million subscribers over the decade. MrBeast on the other hand, joined YouTube in February 2012 and quickly rose to fame.

MrBeast has seen most of his success in the past couple of years when he managed to draw massive audiences with his content. His content is also more exciting and entertaining to watch than PewDiePie. PewDiePie meanwhile initially gained fame as a gamer and is known for his comedic content. He has also seen his fair share of controversies in recent years which has propelled him to gain a hundred million subscribers and fame all over the world.

Both MrBeast and PewDiePie started as gamers

Interestingly, both PewDiePie and MrBeast started as gamers and later on produced various types of content to attract larger audiences. PewDiePie or Felix Kjellberg as he is known by his real name started his channel in his 20s as compared to Jimmy Donaldson aka MrBeast who became a YouTuber at the young age of 13.

They both produce entirely different content from what they started over a decade ago. PewDiePie mainly uploads travel vlogs and reaction videos while MrBeast takes a riskier approach as he spends millions of dollars which he gives away to people in game shows which he hosts on his main channel.

PewDiePie and MrBeast have massive sponsorship deals

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MrBeast has massive sponsorship deals

Being the most popular YouTubers, it comes as no surprise that MrBeast and PewDiePie have sponsorship deals with the biggest brands out there. PewDiePie has signed sponsorship deals with Coca-Cola, Doritos, G2A, and Logitech.

MrBeast meanwhile has signed very few sponsorship deals with big brands. A huge chunk of his sponsorship money comes from his charitable organizations while the rest comes from brands such as Quidd and CSGO Lotto.

According to reports online, both MrBeast and PewDiePie earn approximately $ 2 million from sponsorship deals annually. But which YouTuber has the most subscribers and who earns more?

MrBeast vs PewDiePie subscriber count

Both MrBeast and PewDiePie have amassed over 100 million subscribers however despite being the first to reach 100 million, PewDiePie has fewer subs as compared to MrBeast. MrBeast currently has 141 million subscribers as compared to PewDiePie’s 111 million. PewDiePie however has more views on his videos- 28 billion views as compared to MrBeast’s 24 million.  So if we compare the number of subscribers then Mr beast has an Upper Hand in the MrBeast vs PewDiePie  battle

MrBeast vs PewDiePie annual earnings

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PewDiePie’s estimated annual income is in the millions of dollars

According to SocialBlade, MrBeast earns between $250,000 to $4 million from YouTube every month. This includes ad revenue and sponsorship deals. MrBeast’s annual earnings translate to between $3 million and $48 million which is quite mind-boggling.

PewDiePie meanwhile has an estimated monthly income of $9000 to $143000. His annual income amounts to $107000 to $1.8 million which is slightly lower than MrBeast’s.

So what do you think of  MrBeast vs PewDiePie? Do you belong to Team MrBeast or Team PewDiePie? Let us know in the comments below.

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