9 Facts You May Not Know About PewDiePie

Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, known online as PewDiePie – an England-based Swedish Youtuber, comedy actor, game player. PewDiePie has become such a big star due to how truehearted a fan base he’s assemble, and that’s why he is the most-subcribe Youtube channel. Here are some bizarre facts you may not know about Pewds.
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1. PewDiePie met Marzia through his videos

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Marzia Kjellberg ( CutiePie), an Internet personality, fashion author, and business woman. Marzia first perceived PewDiePie when her friend watched some star videos and she founded Pewds quite amusing. Then she decided to contact him. They chatted on Facebook for a while before Pewds went to Italy visit her. The two eventually congerate and actually live as man and wife.

2. He published book and it loves you

At one point in time, all celebrities will expand in some way or another. Among the myriad of different methods for these people to explore, a common pick is fiction. Lots of famous people have books out there and most people usually access. So it’s no wonder to see PewDiePie come out with his own book. PewDiePie published This Book Loves You back in October, 2015, and it quickly became popular among his bitter-ender fan base. As you’d expect, the book is must-try at comedy.
This Book Loves You by PewDiePie Merchandise is a collection of beautifully illustrated inspirational sayings by which you should live your life. If you follow each and every one, your life will become easier, more fabulous, more rewarding.
Imagine what a chilled-out and wonderful human being people would think you were if you lived by the simple principle “You can never fail if you never try.” Your wasted life would be an inspiration to others. Think of all the pointless, unhappy striving you could simply give up. Throw away that guitar! Give up on your dreams! Embrace your astounding mediocrity.
This Book Loves You has something for everyone–or at least everyone willing to give up and stop caring. If all else fails, remember: “Don’t be yourself. Be a pizza. Everyone loves pizza.”

3. PewDiePie’s first video is of him and his friend playing Minecraft.

YouTubers as a lot of the most famous ones around today were just experimenting with the platform when it first came into eminence. The video is. About him and his friend playing Minecraft together. The two were attacking with a Zombie and a mine cart, and while it looks much different than what we’re used to seeing it does showcase the style he’d use later on in his career.

4. He has released games

Legend of the Brofistand PewDiePie’s Tuber Simulatorwere both progressed by Outerminds in alliance with PewDiePie . In this game, you deliberate the Barrel Army to save Pewdiepie subscribers and friends.

5. Financial Analyst says Pewds is underpaid

$7.4 million seems like a large amount of money to a college misfit. Hell, it is like a ton of money for 99% of the world. But conforming with some analysts, it’s nowise near what Pewds should be earning per year. Let’s tangle with some maths now
Michael Thomason of Forbes wrote, “Ad analytics firm Emarketer estimated YouTube would earn $5.6 billion from ad revenue in 2013, about two-thirds of the $8.5 billion CBS earned from ad revenue for its network television business.” CBS’s highest-rated show during that year was The Big Bang Theory, with an average of 18.7 million viewers per week. That’s less than half of PewDiePie’s subscriber base. Experts estimate that CBS roughly earned $6.5 million per week on advertising revenue from that sitcom alone, which means in one week, CBS earned nearly as much as Kjellberg did in one year. Popular YouTube creators seem like they earn a lot of money for just goofing around on camera, but it’s only an extremely small percentage of what YouTube makes.

6. Planning on following his parents’ corporate footsteps

Kjellberg’s parents, Johanna and Ulf Kjellberg, are both highly esteemed executives at their respective companies in Sweden. This seemed to be the same footpath PewDiePie was set to follow at Chalmers. Can you imagine PewDiePie in a suit, telling people what to do and stressing out over the number of widgets being made each day?
PewDiePie later recalled: ‘’Thinking about it now, it was utterly absurd. To get into Chalmers for industrial economics you need unswerving. As, but somehow or other, I was happier selling hot dogs and making my own gaming videos.”
His family seem to have revive on his new career path: his mother and sister have made appearances on his YouTube channel, although his dad still seems a bit camera shy.

7. PewDiePie is a philanthropist

As jarring at the Bros can be and as much flaming as PewDiePie has gotten for making million dollar, he and his fans have done amount of goods. PewDiePie and the Bro Army have already contributed over $630,000 for Save the Children, $446,512 for Charity: Water, and tens of thousands for additional charities, invlove the World Wildlife Fund and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. He made a video two years ago stating they’d raised over $1 million for charity, and the number is no two wats about it  now much higher. Kjellberg hasn’t annouced his charity work much, perhaps because he’s unwilling to discuss money after all the repercusion from his personal earnings over the last two years.

8. PewDiePie forgot his original YouTube channel login

None of the first questions people inexorably ask after learning about PewDiePie is what the hell his name means, it doesn’t really mean anything. “Pew” represents the sound a laser, or as Colbert put it, “That’s the sound of someone who can’t make a laser sound.” “Die” is, ya know,death. PewDie is what he named his first YouTube channel, which he registered in December 2006. Somewhere heading toward, however, he forgot the login password, and he had to start another one in 2010. Instead of PewDie2 or another, he added “Pie,” because he really loves pie – classic Pewds.

Someone at YouTube helped PewDiePie recover his original login information, because the oldest video uploaded to PewDie is from 2012—well after he started the PewDiePie channel—and he refers to himself in the video as “PewDiePie.” The first channel has more than 440,000 subscribers and 14 videos, with the most recent (about spammers trying to impersonate PewDiePie in YouTube comments) uploaded on May 25, 2013.

9.  Constantly requested Taylor Swift to follow him on Twitter for years.

PewDiePie started tweeting Taylor Swift in 2013, asking her to notice him and referring to her as “senpai,”. He kept up with his tweet campaign throughout 2014, also making videos and Photoshop designs about her. At the beginning of 2015, it appeared as if he might be ready to lose heart, pressurizing to become an Ellie Goulding fan instead if she didn’t notice him. Finally, toward the end of January 2015, Taylor Swift finally followed PewDiePie on Twitter. It came off after he’d tweeted two photos of them, side-by-side, comparing their similar fashion styles.

Later in 2015, someone hacked @taylorswift and liberated some of her DMs, one of which was between the two. It wasn’t indercorous, however—just your average introductory crosstalk.



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