The Indian record label T-Series is officially the record holder for the YouTube channel with 100 million subscribers. The official Twitter account of the popular video sharing platform compliments the important milestone and summarizes the main stages of a journey that began in 2010.
The record label was founded in the early 80s’ by Gulshan Kumar and Bhushan Kumar and uploaded his first video on YouTube on December 23, 2010, the channel then grew rapidly by offering cinematic trailers and songs from Bollywood movies. Since then the channel managers have uploaded 13,000 videos, for a total of 71 billion views.
On June 29, 2011, there were 10,000 members, and November 11 of the same year they became 100,000. The first million thresholds will be reached on 7 February 2013, just over three years after the 10 million. During the last year, the channel continues to grind records going from 50 million subscribers (June 27) to the current 100 million and engaging in recent months a close fight with the well-known YouTuber Pewdiepie until overtaking and the final victory celebrated with the goal announced today.