Entries in 'PewDiePie' (18)
At this point, it’s hardly a secret that YouTube is a force to be reckoned with.
YouTube sensation PewDiePie has defended his association with Warner Bros’ Shadow of Mordor promotion, and attacked the press for embroiling him in the controversy.
The FTC has lambasted Warner Bros after it was discovered that it paid “hundreds to tens of thousands of dollars” to a number of YouTubers to praise its Lord of ...
YouTube King PewDiePie has admitted that he’s uncomfortable with some of the comments he used to make on YouTube.
Disney’s Maker Studios has given Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg the financial backing to launch his own online video network.
The increasing use of Adblock is having a devastating effect on smaller YouTube channels, video star PewDiePie has said.
YouTube Red has already enlisted the services of one of the biggest video stars on the planet – PewDiePie.
YouTube has launched its new premium offering, YouTube Red.
YouTube superstar PewDiePie continues to be No.1 in the App Store charts this week.
YouTube sensation PewDiePie and Hello Games founder Sean Murray are both scheduled to appear on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert early next month.
Internet celebrity Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg has become the first person to be watched more than 10 billion times on YouTube.
As the audience for gaming video content nears half a billion people, a new report has highlighted live streaming’s quick rise to the top.
YouTube superstar PewDiePie has responded to critics of his salary.
YouTube star PewDiePie continues to ascend to new financial heights, doubling his earnings in the last year.
YouTube kingpin PewDiePie is to star in his very own game.
Two of video gaming’s biggest figures have been included in Time’s ‘The 30 Most Influential People on the Internet’ list.
Lights, camera, action: IGN, GameSpot, Eurogamer, Yogscast and Videogamer on their approaches to video
Every major games media firm is investing serious money in video as the YouTube generation takes over.
UK-based Swede Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjelberg was the single most watched person on YouTube in 2014.