You Might Not Find PewDiePie On YouTube In 2020

One of the most popular YouTube star PewDiePie, aka Felix Kjellberg, is about to take a break from his video channel. In a video, he criticized the new harassment policy of the platform and announced that at the beginning of next year, he will be away from the platform.

PewDiePie, who has been creating video content for the last ten years said he is tired now. He already hinted back in August about trying something new other than just YouTube, whereas he will explain further about the break in his next video.

In recent times, PewDiePie had to go through many tests and trials due to his actions. He had to face racist outbursts, and the “subscribe to PewDiePie” went out of his hands. Also, the more the number of subscribers, the more pressure on the creator to regularly provide videos to his viewers.

Like many other video content creators, it seems like PewDiePie is facing the same problem, burnout. Video content creators have to continuously create content to engage their audience otherwise there is a fear of losing subscribers.


Not all YouTubers can afford to take a break but DewDiePie has enough subscribers and videos that are going to keep producing a decent amount of money, even if he takes some time off. Maybe, Kjellberg is getting inspiration from Susan Wojcicki, who recently suggested creator community to take breaks.



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