Top 10 Most Viewed YouTube Stars

Top 10 Most Viewed YouTube Stars April 2017

Who’s the Top 10 most viewed YouTube Stars in April 2017? No, it’s not PewDiePie with 54 million subscribers as you might’ve guessed, but T-Series, India’s largest Music Label & Movie Studio with only 17 million subscribers but over 16.5 billion views. Felix Kjellberg, aka PewDiePie, did, however, hold on to second place with Justin Bieber closing in with the third most viewed channel on YouTube for April 2017. What happened PewDiePie? You don’t even have 15 billion views yet?

PewDiePie The Most Successful YouTube Channel In History

PewDiePie – Wikipedia Since 15 August 2013, PewDiePie has been the most subscribed user on YouTube, being surpassed briefly in November and December 2013 by YouTube’s Spotlight channel. Holding the position since 22 December 2013, the channel has over 54 million subscribers as of March 2017.[8] From 29 December 2014 to 14 February 2017, PewDiePie’s channel held the distinction of being the most viewed of all time, and as of March 2017, the channel has received over 14 billion video views.


List of the Most Viewed YouTube Channels for April 2017

  1. T-Series – 16,570,348,727 YouTube Views with 17,523,747 subscribers.
  2. PewDiePie – 14,979,463 Views and 54,433,353 subscribers
  3. Justin Bieber Vivo – 14,679,527,423 Views and 28,024,447 subscribers
  4. WWE – 14,078,728,189 Views and 15,178,237 subscribers
  5. Fun Toys Collector Disney Toys Review – 12,575,438,428 Views with 8,787,342 subscribers
  6. Netd Muzik – 12,324,621,325 Views and 5,25,214 YouTube subscribers
  7. Little Baby Bum – 11,728,243,756 Views with over 10 million subscribers
  8. Get Movies – 11,224,438,548 Views and 10,234,074 YouTube subscribers
  9. Ryans Toys Review – 11,178,723,327 Views with only 7.1 million subscribers
  10. Katy Perry Vevo – 11,152,536,417 Views and 21,543,791 subscribers

How much does a Top 10 Channel make on YouTube? A lot of money considering it now takes over 11 billion views to make the current Top 10 list. At a conservative rate for prime ads fetching only $5 per-thousand-views going to the video creators, that’s $5 million per billion views. A little simple math will tell you how much money the current Top 10 Channels already made from posting videos on YouTube.

What’s your guess? Who will be the first YouTube Channel to reach 20 billion views?

My guess? I’d say the WWE, a YouTube channel for WWE-IMG and the new owners of the UFC and Dana White’s current boss.

Please share your opinion with your Friends on who you think will become the first YouTube Channel to reach 20 billion views. And don’t forget to come back next month for the updated list and see how you stacked up against the new channels new rankings.

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