Here are the 10 most popular YouTubers in the world

YouTube is a global video uploading platform, so it’s no surprise it’s most popular channels represent people from all over the world.

These channels range in interests, audience and nationality but they all have one thing in common: tens of millions of subscribers.

1. T-Series — 160 million subscribers

Bollywood fans probably know this one. T-Series is India’s largest music label and a movie studio. 

2. PewDiePie — 107 million subscribers

Born Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, PewDiePie is a controversial Swedish comedian and gamer

3. CoComelon – Nursery Rhymes — 98 million subscribers

CoComelon features educational 3D-animations and songs to help preschoolers learn the basics, like counting, numbers and colors. 

4. SET India — 86 million subscribers

SET stands for Sony Entertainment Television, which is a 24-hour Hindi general entertainment network. If you want to see who’s winning on “Indian Idol,” be sure to check it out.

5. 5-Minute Crafts — 70 million subscribers

Whether you like replicating quick home crafts or just enjoy the ASMR of hammered nails and power drills, 5-Minute Crafts is all about the DIY experience. 

6. WWE — 69 million subscribers

This YouTube channel is dedicated to keeping wrestling fans up to date on all things WWE. 

7. Kids Diana Show — 68 million subscribers

Little Diana hosts this kid’s channel featuring toy unboxings, challenges and vlogs.

8. Zee Music Company — 64 million subscribers

Zee Music is one of the largest Hindi television aggregators in the world. 

9. Like Nastya — 64 million subscribers

Nastya and her father host this children’s channel featuring vlogs, music and lots of antics. 

10. Canal KondZilla — 61 million subscribers

Canal KondZilla is the largest YouTube channel in Brazil and Latin America, it’s home to music content about popular funk ostentação artists. 

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