Which YouTubers had the Most Subscribers Going into 2021
The new year has finally arrived! As we enter into 2020, we feel it’s the perfect time to reflect on which YouTubers had the most subscribers going into this New Year. This is a list of individual creators, celebrating the diversity of influencer talent and the online entrainment that is available to us in modern times.
The YouTube community has once again seen some iconic moments over the course of 2019, as well as new creators entering into the world of video creation and amassing thousands of followers as they post vlogs, gaming videos and beauty tutorials.
Curious to see who has the most followers going into 2020? Influencer Matchmaker have compiled our top list of YouTubers with some of the most subscribers going into the New Year.
1. PewDiePie - 102 Million Subscribers
Of course, at the top of our list is Swedish YouTuber, PewDiePie. Reaching the 100 million subscriber mark in August this year, PewDiePie reigns as the most subscribed individual creator on YouTube. His sheer online presence combined with his entertaining personality makes him one of the most successful influencers of all time.
Despite controversies in his career, he delighted audiences with his popular Minecraft series this year, as well as his hilarious Meme Review videos. Felix has recently announced he will be taking a break from the platform, however, we’re sure his popularity will remain.
2. Dude Perfect - 47 Million Subscribers
Next on our list is YouTube channel Dude Perfect. Dude Perfect is an American sport and entertainment channel run by twins Cory and Coby Cotton, Garrett Hilbert, Cody Jones and Tyler Toney.
Posting videos of unbelievable trick shots and stunts, the group of Texas boys even hold Guinness world records as they continue to amaze their audience. With upbeat music and visually-pleasing editing skills, there’s little wonder this channel does as well as it does.
3. HolaSoyGerman - 40 Million Subscribers
Germán Alejandro Garmendia Aranis, known by his YouTube name HolaSoyGerman, takes the third position in our list. The Chilean YouTuber is a comedian and writer and has produced a variety of entertaining songs.
As of June 2019, his channel was the second most-subscribed Spanish speaking YouTube channel and his following is predicted to grow even more as we head into the year 2020, perhaps seeing him earn the number one spot in the year to come.
4. Whindersson Nunes - 37.6 Million Subscribers
Next up we have Brazillian comedian, singer and YouTuber, Whinderssson Nunes. His channel is best known for its range of comedy videos that collate thousands of views with every upload.
With over 3 billion views in total, this channel has a wide variety of content including parodies, vlogs and film reviews. With such a selection of content, viewers can come to his channel for some easy-viewing entertainment.
5. elrubiusOMG - 36.2 Million Subscribers
Rubén Doblas Gundersen, or more commonly known by his channel name, elrubiusOMG easily takes 5th position on the list. His channel, consisting mostly of gameplay videos and vlogs, gains him over 7.4 billion views.
Not only this but one of Rubén’s tweets was the most retweeted tweet in the world for the year 2016. This achievement combined with his sheer volume of YouTube subscribers makes elrubiusOMG a very well known social media personality.
6. Kids Diana Show - 35.4 Million Subscribers
This Ukranian YouTube channel features a young girl, Diana. Regularly posting lifestyle related videos of her playing with family and friends, this is a wholesome channel for young people to enjoy with their parents.
This is one of the biggest children’s YouTube channels on the platform, focusing on learning songs, reviewing toys and overall vlogging style videos. It’s great to see young people use this platform for fun and educational use!
7. MrBeast - 26.1 Million Subscribers
Our list wouldn’t be complete without mentioning MrBeast! Jimmy Donalsdon is an American YouTuber and philanthropist who regularly posts attention-grabbing stunts on his YouTube channel.
Some of his videos include counting to 200,00 in a 52-hour video, as well as partnering up with 600 other YouTubers to plant 20 million trees. We’re sure MrBeast has plenty of tricks up his sleeve for 2020 and beyond.
8. Logan Paul - 25.2 Million Subscribers
Logan Paul is an American YouTuber, actor and social media personality. He also has his own podcast, Impaulsive. After becoming famous on Vine, Logan Paul started his own YouTube account to share various types of videos such as stunts, pranks and vlogs.
Logan Paul helped to make YouTube history in 2019 after he fought fellow YouTuber KSI (Olajide Olatunji) in an amateur white-collar boxing event. The video gained mass coverage, even being shared on the Sky Sports Boxing YouTube channel.
9. Shane Dawson - 23.1 Million Subscribers
Shane Dawson is an American YouTuber, actor, writer, comedian, director, make-up artist and musician. His YouTube channel has boomed in popularity over recent years, becoming the most famous for his documentary-style videos.
In 2019, Shane worked closely with Jeffree Starr in an eye-opening documentary covering the behind the scenes process of the Conspiracy Collection, a makeup range which both stars collaborated on this year.
10. Ryan’s World - 22.4 Million Subscribers
Formally known as Ryan Toys Reviews, Ryan’s World takes the 4th position in the list. This children’s YouTube channel features 8-year-old Ryan along with his family members and posts new videos every day.
Ryan’s videos consist of toy reviews, vlog-style videos and child-friendly content that is suitable for all ages. This is the perfect family-friendly channel for fun and entertaining viewing.
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