With the recent YouTuber Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg’s regular sharing of Minecraft videos on YouTube, the Minecraft content produced on YouTube has increased considerably. Thus, the term 5 PewDiePie Effect miş, which was said five years ago, is still valid.
Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg did what his fans had been asking him to do for years, almost two months ago: shooting a Minecraft video. The result was Kjellberg’s most successful video series. PewDiePie has a total of more than 570 million views in its series, which began in July and is still ongoing.
For the first time since January 2017, Minecraft has been the most searched game on YouTube than Fortnite. So now Minecraft is having one of their best moments, which proves that YouTube’s old terms, the ew PewDiePie Effect, hâlâ still apply.
PewDiePie Effect, Matthew “MatPat” Patrick is a term used by YouTuber to talk about the impact of content producers on the market. In 2014, Kjellberg still called his channel a game channel. The games in his ‘Let’s Play ser series soon became a part of the content of other YouTubers.
Minecraft did not need Kjellberg in 2014, as the game had 91 million active players per month at the time. However, the popularity of Minecraft has started to decline thanks to games such as Fortnite, PUBG or Apex Legends. Now Minecraft has become the full-time job of the famous YouTuber.
Herkes At that time, everyone was playing Minecraft just because it was popular, not because they were really entertaining. ”
In a video he recently shared, Kjellberg said he no longer cares what other people do on the Internet and that he had a lot of fun playing Minecraft. Kjellberg’s goal wasn’t primarily about being watched so much or making Minecraft popular again, he was just doing something his followers had wanted for a long time.
However, the term PewDiePie Effect used by MatPat in 2014 still appears to be valid today. The series’s 570 million views on YouTube brought Minecraft to the top of the list of the most sought-after games on YouTube, leaving it behind Fortnite. (Let’s not forget, all the videos in PewDiePie’s Minecraft series on YouTube also have Turkish subtitles.)