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MrBeast hits 300M YouTube subscribers, reveals biggest video ever to celebrate

By Fariha Bhatti


Jul 10, 2024

Reading time: 2 min

Jimmy “MrBeast” Donaldson is now the first YouTuber to hit 300 million subscribers on YouTube, and he’s celebrating it with the top 50 creators worldwide.

After a long battle with Indian content and music company T-Series, MrBeast recently became the most subscribed channel on YouTube. He edged past the Indian giant with a few million more subscribers early in June, earning the respectable title. Now, he has set a new record by becoming the first YouTuber to gain 300,000,000 subscribers on July 10, 2024.

He announced the milestone by posting a short but emotional message on X.

“I remember freaking out when I hit 300 subscribers 11 years ago…” MrBeast said.

This is most certainly one of the biggest milestones of his career, and he has decided to celebrate it with his “best video” of all time.

MrBeast to celebrate 300 million followers with top global creators

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On July 9, MrBeast posted an official trailer for an upcoming video. He previously teased the same video with a star-studded selfie with some of the top creators worldwide, titling it “the biggest video ever.” The photo was enough to put the fans on the edge of their seats, wondering about all the content possibilities.

Now, MrBeast has revealed the main plot for the video to celebrate his 300 million subscribers.

The video will place all 50 creators in a glass box, who’ll lock horns for $1,000,000. There will only be one winner who’ll take the price for their subscribers. The top creators include Imane “Pokimane” Anys, Ajey “CarryMinati” Nagar, Logan Paul, Kai Cenat, and more.

It’s still unknown what they’ll do inside the glass cube to compete for the money and how long they’ll be required to stay inside, but it appears to be an intense video. In the teaser, KSI is shown shouting, Rachel “Valkyrae” Hofstetter is in tears, and Sketch is accusing someone of betraying him.

Fans will find out more on July 13, Saturday when it goes live on YouTube’s most subscribed channel.