The feud between the YouTube star 'PewDiePie'and YouTube popped in February this year. Now, the star has announced that he will be moving to another website called 'Twitch' to showcase his new videos.
'PewDiePie' whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, is taking his video endeavors to 'Twitch' where he will start a new channel. The artist made this announcement at the end of the video which he uploaded recently and he will start a weekly show on his new channel called 'Netglow'. The first episode of the new series has already aired this past weekend, as reported by TheVerge.
YouTube star 'PewDiePie' has started a new show called 'Best Club' that airs every Sunday at 11 AM EST. According to the star, he already had plans of launching a new channel even before his controversy made news all over the internet. Surprisingly, the video in which he announced the plan was named on YouTube as 'YOUTUBEISOVERPARTY'.
The first episode of the series that aired on Twitch includes 'PewDiePie' along with another YouTuber Brad Smith of 'Word Of Orange'. In the episode, the duo talks briefly about the new crowdfunded channel 'Netglow' and they hope that will offer more content than just a single show named 'Best Club', as reported by ARSTechnica.
'PewDiePie' said, "The reason why people love YouTube is because it's free and it's open and you can say whatever you want. It seems like YouTube is forced to turn into television at this point. That's gonna be bad for everyone."
However, Twitch also has some policies and rules that 'PewDiePie' will have to follow if he wants to earn some big stash from the outlet. Viewers need to pay $4.99 to subscribe to the channel and access some exclusive features. The artist expects that crowdfunding will help them produce more shows in the future.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.