Youtuber with the most subscriber from Sweden – Pewdiepie has made some controversy in recent years. The majority of this controversy comes from jokes that are seen by the media as offensive and racist and not infrequently because the media reports something from this man without the actual context, the latest controversy is one of them.
Last week, the man in the name of Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg asked fans to stop subscribing to his channel so he could release a video project he had prepared when the T-Series followed the number of subscribers he had. At the end of the video, he mentioned one by one the small channel which he felt was entitled to get more subcriber, one of which was the movie review / essay – E; R channel. Felix explained if he liked the channel because his review of the Netflix Death Note / essay was made, but because the channel had often used racist jokes in previous videos, outside media raised the issue.
Dianna Lora, producer of Massive Entertainment – the studio behind The Division 2, reads the news and feels annoyed to express her opinions and invites other developers to blacklist and “end” Pewdiepie.
After publishing the tweet, The Quartering Youtube channel spread this news to widespread and made Pewdiepie fans and gamers protest this to Ubisoft.
A few days after this news spread, The Quartering got a message from a source claiming to be Ubisoft employees if Dianna was fired right after her tweet was widespread. Although this cannot be ascertained to be true or not, but seeing from Diana’s Twitter profile that has removed his involvement with Ubisoft and has been made private, it seems that the news is true.
Ubisoft hasn’t released an official statement about this event, so what has been obtained by The Quartering for now is still unconfirmed. This news will be updated soon if there are new developments.