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A New Subscriber War Has Begun With T-Series’ Other Channel

A new challenger approaches.

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The war between PewDiePie and T-Series seems as though it’s officially over, but another war has just begun.

Fellow YouTuber MrBeast, who was instrumental in helping Pewds wage the war against the Indian YT corporation, tweeted his concern over a different T-Series channel that’s overtaken his own.

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T-Series Bhakti Sagar is one of the many T-Series-owned channels on YouTube, and it’s just overtaken MrBeast in subscriber numbers.

There’s also T-Series Apna Punjab, which is also catching up pretty quickly.

MrBeast fans are calling for PewDiePie to step in and repay the many favours he owes MrB, who was the man behind a huge amount of the “Subscribe to PewDiePie” viral campaigns.

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In other T-Series news, it seems the legal battle between PDP and the company is still in progress.

T-Series has reportedly taken legal action in the hopes of getting Pewds’ diss tracks removed from the platform, citing defamation.

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It seems that T-Series may have been successful in the endeavour, as bros are reporting that the PewDiePie songs are no longer accessible on YouTube in India.

Sharing the news on the r/PewDiePieSubmissions Reddit, a mod posted the following image along with the title: “*itch lasagna and Congratulations are now unavailable in India.”

News of the lawsuit comes from entertainment and law website, IPRMENTLAW. The publication reported that T-Series approached Delhi High Court and shared a copy of the alleged court order.

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It seems to show that the court ruled in favour of T-Series’ complaint that Pewds’ songs were “defamatory, disparaging, insulting, and offensive.” It also added that comments appearing on the videos were “abusive, vulgar, and also racist in nature.”

The court order’s legitimacy has yet to be verified, with only IPRMENTLAW citing it as evidence. The case itself is definitely real, though.

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