Creator Justin Roberts of "Six Figures I Was Only Four" challenged the popular creator, MrBeast, to find out who can make the craziest video for YouTube King PewDiePie.
Roberts uploaded a video on November 30th. He revealed that he had bought a billboard in Times Square that was said to be worth a million dollars to promote the PewDiePie channel in the face of its ongoing fight with the Bollywood label T-Series.
Roberts tagged YouTuber MrBeast in a Twitter response, prompting him to outdo the video.
"I urge you to go beyond Mr.Beast," Roberts wrote. "KEEP PEWDIEPIE NUMBER # 1!"
MrBeast made big waves on the Internet after launched a city-wide advertising campaign to support PewDiePie in their fight against the T-Series in late October and any billboard To buy out his city map to help the cause.
MrBeast's campaign drove subscribers to a massive increase in subscribers to PewDiePie, with the YouTube King receiving a whopping 30,000 subs in the hour following the release of the video.
YouTubers traverse the Swede's room in any way they can with some even paying celebrities to support his channel.
However, Roberts has put up the ultimate challenge to Pewd's biggest supporters – who fancied he could even buy a Super Bowl ad to squeeze the T Series once and for all.