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PewDiePie Level’d Up, And Now He’ll Be Running His Own Network

PewDiePie Level’d Up, And Now He’ll Be Running His Own Network

After creating his own game, Legend of the Brofist, and publishing his first book This Book Loves You; Felix Kjellberg, the world famous Let’s Player, PewDiePie, is ready for a new challenge. He partnered with Disney’s Maker Studios to is get his own network. The Maker Studios global media brand, offers YouTubers the chance to collaborate content and share resources.

PewDiePie’s new network will be called Revelmode and will feature other Let Players, including Emma Blackery, Sean McLoughlin (JackSepticEye), Mark Fischbach (Markiplier), Jelle van Vucht (Jelly), and Ken Morrison (CinnamonToastKen).

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PewDiePie said, “The idea of Revelmode was built from my own experiences and will aim to bring together an Avengers-like talent squad to work and grow a business together.” Many of these YouTubers have millions of subscribers already making them stars in their own right. PewDiePie, by himself, has 41.5 million subscribers, making him one of the highest watched creators on Youtube.

The main focus of Revelmode will be to create content based in pop culture and gaming and to raise money for charities, like Save the Children and Charity:Water, through its programming, events, and merchandise. They already are in development of a horror-themed series called Scare PewDiePie and will be working on an animated show starring the entire squad.

We can’t wait to see what these awesome gamers create. What do you think of Revelmode? Are you a Let Player fan? Let us know in the comments below!

Image Credits: Revelmode

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