The world’s biggest YouTuber and professional meme murderer will be returning to livestreaming on a more regular basis as part of a new partnership. PewDiePie, real name Felix Kjellberg, will soon be streaming exclusively on DLive.
According to a press release, DLive has 3 million monthly active users, 35,000 active streamers and “leverages blockchain technology to reward both creators and viewers” and will see a weekly livestream from PewDiePie starting from April 14th in which he will probably play horror games again* like everyone so desperately wants him to.
PewDiePie’s official statement from the press release:
“I’m excited to start live streaming again regularly! DLive is great for me because I’m treated like a real partner, just like all of the other streamers on DLive’s unique platform.”
And his announcement in a new video, in which he jokes about copying MrBeast’s formula (he wouldn’t be the first):
PewDiePie’s returning to streaming is certainly an interesting one, so interesting in that we received two different PR emails that announced it. He has occasionally streamed on YouTube lately in last-ditch attempts to push back T-Series and even raise money for charity, but he did actually quite regularly stream games like PUBG before “The Event”, which we cannot mention here for fear of getting demonetised ourselves.
In other PewDiePie news, he recently conceded defeat to T-Series in their YouTube war before somehow overtaking them again in big numbers.
*He will not.
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