The Viral Fever, AIB rank amongst most subscribed YouTube channels in Asia

MUMBAI — Praising the achievement of online creators in India, YouTube recently imparted another turning point came to by youthful Indian creators. The Viral Fever (TVF) and All India Bakchod (AIB) have turned into the first independent creator groups in India to mass followings of more than 1 million supporters on their YouTube channels.

This point of reference speaks to the development of independent content on YouTube in the course of recent years. Energized by the developing Internet user base, and the ascent of online video in India, youthful and inventive creators are holding onto YouTube as a stage to show their ability and connect with fans around the world.

With more than a million supporters, The Viral Fever and All India Bakchod are presently amongst the most subscribed YouTube channels crosswise over Asia. In a press occasion — held with both neighborhood and worldwide makers like ||Superwoman||, Bethany Mota, Jus Reign, TVF, and numerous more — YouTube declared its dedication to further backing the creator ecosystem in India.

The occasion occurred on the eve of the second-ever YouTube FanFest in Mumbai, where more than 6000 fans got acquainted with some of YouTube’s greatest stars, nearby web sensations, and exceptional ability as they perform live on stage.

“We’re excited about the growth of content creation in English, Hindi, and regional Indian languages alike, and our goal is to continue helping this new generation of Indian creators succeed on YouTube,” said, Gautam Anand, Director Content & Partnership, APAC YouTube.

Arunabh Kumar, founding member of TheViralFever said, “TheViralFeverVideos has just 107 videos for now, and over 30 videos of the network have gone viral so far and had millions of views. Our next target is to get at least 5 to 10 million viewers every month.”

Speaking about its association with YouTube FanFest 2015 and Crash The Pepsi IPL challenge, Ruchira Jaitly, Senior Director Marketing – Social Beverages, PepsiCo India said, “Crash The Pepsi IPL challenges consumers to uncork their creative side, and like the YouTube creators, urges consumers to be inspired by imagination, and make something new which will go live on TV as their next TVC.”

YouTube FanFest took center stage on Friday, March 20, 2015 at the NSCI Indoor Stadium in Mumbai, and all general affirmation tickets made accessible on Thursday, March 05 were gobbled up within four hours. For those who couldn’t make it to the live show, you can watch it below.