10 Things You Didn’t Know About PewDiePie!

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PewDiePie or Felix Kjellberg in real life…. Ha! There’s a fact already, that’s his real name!

Ok sorry, lets start over…

Felix Kjellberg also known as PewDiePie is the biggest YouTuber today and not only in the gaming section, no, his channel is the most popular all across YouTube with nearly 27 million subscribers.

In his recent interview with Icon magazine, which by the way his first cover, Felix gave readers a closer look into his personal life.

Keep reading to see ten facts you didn’t know about PewDiePie:

  •  From November 2013 until May 2014, his subscribers increased from 16 million to 27 million. That’s almost a new person each second.

  • Pewdiepie Studied industrial economy at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, but dropped out.

  • His videos have been viewed more than 6,1 billion times.

  • PewDiePie has consistently turned down interviews from TV-shows like The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon and Skavlan (Norwegian-Swedish talk show).

  • PewDiePie made roughly 4 million dollars in 2013. Yes, thats 4 MILLION dallaas!

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  • Someone posted copies of Pewdiepie’s videos for a week and managed to get 4 million views – equaling at least 5 000 dollars!

  • When Pewdiepie first was a rising star on YouTube, he joined the network Machinima. It took him hiring his own lawyer and then half a year of legal work to free himself from the network.

  • Sometime arround 2007 his character in World of Warcraft was an orc warrior.

  • Pewdiepie is currently part of the network Maker Studios, who manage 55,000 YouTube channels and which was bought by Disney last spring for $ 950 million.

  • Felix has close to 4 million followers on Twitter.

  • His relatives live in Stockholm but Felix grew up in Gothenburg.

  • Pewdiepie and Marzia lived in Italy for a while but internet was awful so they moved to Brighton.

There you go, ten things you didn’t (or did) know about Pewdiepie! All credit goes to Icon Magazine.

Source: Icon Magazine

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