MrBeast, a popular YouTuber, has recently achieved a new milestone by surpassing 100 million subscribers on his primary channel.
Popular YouTube master of lavish giveaways and eccentric stunts has reached a new achievement. MrBeast’s primary YouTube channel hit a milestone of 100 million subscribers on Thursday, July 28. He is now the second YouTuber with 100 million subscribers.
YouTuber MrBeast Crosses 100 Million Subscribers
Mr. Beast, real name Jimmy Donaldson, said in a statement: “100 million means so much. Since I was 11 years old, I have been creating videos. I’m so appreciative to everyone who has ever watched a video because this number in a way sums up everything I’ve ever accomplished in my life. To the day I die, I intend to continue doing YouTube.
He is anticipated to earn the most of any YouTuber in 2021. The main Mr. Beast, Mr. Beast Shorts, Mr. Beast Gaming, Beast Reacts, and Beast Philanthropy are among the 18 channels that make up his empire. By doing so, he has amassed over 215 million subscribers and over 30 billion views to date.
He is well known for his large-scale endeavors. He traveled to Africa earlier this year and dug a few wells in the villages of Mbouda and Foumbot because there isn’t “reliable access” to water there. In collaboration with a nonprofit organization, he constructed two separate wells that can each produce 10,000 liters of water. He describes how the first well will be dug at a depth of 180 feet and the second well at a depth of 270 feet.
Water is essential to everyone’s survival. But many people lack access to it.
Additionally, the YouTuber recreated Squid Games with 456 players. The survivor who endured the longest will receive $456,000. Red Light, Green Light, the honeycomb challenge, the marbles game, the tug of war, the glass hopping challenge, and the final Squid Game were all replicas of Mr. Beast’s set.
To ensure that the Western competitors understood the rules, he substituted the musical chairs challenge for the well-known Squid Game of South Korea for the final challenge. Other than that, the only change from the show is that nobody was killed because they didn’t win any of the games.
MrBeast started posting videos on YouTube in 2012, but it wasn’t until he regularly posted videos in which he gave away large sums of money—often to complete strangers—that he became well-known. He had the most popular creator video in 2019 with the obvious title “Make This Video The Most Liked Video On Youtube.” He was the No. 1 most subscribed creator in the United States at the end of 2020.
The core of Donaldson’s appeal is that he has elevated the conventional YouTube challenge format to absurd new levels while also frequently launching significant charity fundraisers (such as the most recent #TeamSeas cleanup fundraiser with YouTuber Mark Rober).