PewDiePie is done with YouTube. What's next for the highest-paid YouTuber?
  • 7 years ago
Felix Kjellberg, aka PewDiePie, is ditching YouTube, where he owns one of the most popular channels with 53 million subscribers, to start a new career on Twitch. Kjellberg explained in a new video that he started s a Twitch channel called Netglow, where he will produce a weekly show called 'Best Club' every Sunday at 11am EST. PewDiePie said that since YouTube’s new advertisement policy went into effect, more than a third of his videos had become demonetized. Last February, PewDiePie made headlines for a video that contained anti-semitic jokes. The controversy led Disney's Maker Studio to cut ties with the YouTuber, and his show "Scare PewDiePie" for YouTube Red, was canceled.