PewDiePie is one of the most famous YouTubers during his prime time. He is well known for streaming online games. Most of the popular videos consist of game reviews, game reaction videos, and other funny videos. He plays mostly games like Minecraft, The Last of UsAnimal Crossing, and more popular games, including those in 

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He also made the famous video called Jabba the Hutt. The video was dedicated to his beloved dog. Jabba the Hut is a pug who has only one eye working. PewDiePie's real name is Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg.

According to Looper's report, the Swedish YouTube vlogger and comedian began uploading his contents on YouTube starting in 2010 and becoming one of the site's biggest influencers as years passed. He was the first YouTuber to achieve 100 million and received the award as the most-watched YouTuber in 2019 as he reached 4 billion views.

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At that time, he was also in the middle of a controversy because of the meme "Subscribe to PewDiePie." The meme was criticized after some of his fans used it to vandalized a World War II memorial. However, the report stated that he originally created the meme to beat T-series in the Guinness record.

Things got worse after a killer used his meme in a mass shooting in New Zealand. Although he faced some issues during his prime time, he was still able to gain followers. But, he previously announced that he was taking a break for the streaming world.

The reason why he wanted to take a break

iNews reported that PewDiePie previously announced, using his PewNews, that he will no longer publish any content on his YouTube channel because he is tired.

"I am taking a break from YouTube next year," said PewDiePie.

"I wanted to say it in advance because I made up my mind," he added.

The YouTuber reiterated that he's really tired and didn't know if his fans can notice it. He confirmed in 2019 that he'll be away for a while, and wanted to give his loyal fans a heads up of his disappearance.

However, he returned to Streaming after a month-long break. According to Dexerto's report, PewDiePie said that he didn't do much during his break from the video platform. He said that he has finally broken his 10-year streak of daily YouTube uploads and has successfully taken a break from his career.

"I have returned!" he announced at the start of his video on Feb. 21.

He also confirmed that there will be some changes he'll do gradually in his future content. The YouTuber admitted that there are also other things that he wanted to spend his time with, rather than just uploading videos day by day.

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