PewDiePie is announcing his last video on YouTube, And said: It’s been real, but I’m out

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PewDiePie is announcing his last video on YouTube, And said: It's been real, but I'm out

PewDiePie is announcing his last video on YouTube, And said: It’s been real, but I’m out

Felix Kjellberg, a YouTube star who operates a channel called PewDiePie, shared his last video on the streaming site on January 15.

The popular gamer and comedian posted and titled the final video as ‘ It has been great, but I’m out! ‘

“Fact is, I don’t want to move up. Reality is, I love making films. I just feel like I need to do that,” he said in the video to his followers.

“I just want to take this moment to give my 9-year-old a toast. Thank you for watching my video clips. It makes me happy. That’s it. I don’t know when I’m going to be back,” he replied as the video was finishing.

At one time PewDiePie was the highest-earning YouTuber in the world. The service reportedly has more than 102 million viewers.

In the last couple of years, he has been involved in quite a lot of scandals. T-series had overtaken him as last year’s world’s largest YouTube channel. He didn’t take well the setback and posted a video that accused the music label of selling pirated tracks.

PewDiePie had revealed in December that he is taking a hiatus from YouTube because he feels very drained. “Next year I’m taking a break at Twitch. I wanted to express it then, as I made up my mind. I am fatigued. I feel very fatigued. I don’t know if you can say, ‘ stated PewDiePie in the frame.