Top YouTubers in the World

YouTube has blown up since 2005 when it first got started It has become the platform for the next generation of celebrities.

We did the math and found YouTube’s biggest independent stars according to how many subscribers each one has.


2 billion total views
11 million total subscribers

As a child, Olajide “KSI” Olatunji played EA Sports’ line of FIFA video games all day and night long in his parents’ home. In 2009, he started uploading footage of himself playing and commenting on YouTube. His username KSIOlajidebt is a union of his first name, a Halo franchise clan, and British telecom.

Porta dos Fundos

2 billion total views
11 million total subscribers

Porta dos Fundos, which means back door, aren’t well known in the US, but they’re a famous Brazilian comedy group who started on YouTube.

Ray William Johnson

3 billion total views
11 million total subscribers

Ray William Johnson is a YouTuber well known for his show

Ray William Johnson

“Equals Three,” where he offers comedic commentary for viral videos. He has been one of the most well-known YouTubers for a long time, thanks to the show, which has had big celebrity guests like Sarah Silverman and Robin Williams.

He recently took time away from “Equals Three” to concentrate on new TV projects and live shows. “Equals Three” will go on with a new host and Johnson is still posting life blogs from the channel.


4 billion total views
11 million total subscribers

Samuel de Luque is a widely well-known Spanish YouTuber. His voiceovers are famous for a few game videos (Saint’s Row, Battlefield, and Minecraft).

His signature style is to make highly crafted narratives and back stories for the characters in his video-game videos to make them like a film.

His fan base is primarily in Latin America and Spain.