One of the largest YouTubers in the world, PewDiePie, has a deal.
He still made videos on YouTube , but whether he really had a love for the American video site? In recent years, Felix Kjellberg, as PewDiePie is actually called, made no secret of getting a bit done with YouTube. No one had been surprised if the YouTuber eventually made the switch to another platform.
He did that too. At least in part. His videos still appeared on his channel. However, the live streaming moved to a blockchain platform called DLive. YouTube did not like that and the site has started a conversation with the world-famous video maker.
An exclusive deal for PewDiePie emerged from that conversation. The Swedish entrepreneur and video maker will stream exclusively on YouTube in 2020 and beyond. He will also be the face of YouTube to test new things, Kjellberg said in a comment.
This gives YouTube PewDiePie a second chance. In the past, the video maker created exclusive content for YouTube Premium. His programs were halted following charges of anti-Semitism. Also, Disney would no longer cooperate with the YouTuber.
That time is now far behind us. In the meantime, everything is back together between PewDiePie and YouTube, and both are now even collaborating again. All’s well that ends well.