In the ongoing race against T-Series, PewDiePie scored an extra few subscribers on YouTube this week. It all went down during the Super Bowl on Sunday when Mr Beast, a fellow vlogger with a penchant for philanthropic stunts, got together his posse to get more eyes on PewDiePie. As he and four mates scrambled together what looked like shirts emblazoned with 'Sub 2 PewDiePie', fans felt it was all a bit of a let down after they expected an actual ad . Now Mr Beast, real name Jimmy Donaldson, has revealed what went into his stunt and seeing as Super Bowl ads cost around $5million (£3.8million) a pop, we should be happy we got this much. In a video titled I Advertised Pewdiepie At The Super Bowl, On Monday the YouTuber gave us an insight into the preparation behind the stunt – which saw him buy five seats right behind one of the goals. That meant whenever someone made a field goal at their end TV cameras would see their message. While they weren't able to bring in banners to the Super Bowl, they made 'blankets' that were banners – which they attempted to get into the stadium. Because they… Read full this story
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