A new weekly challenge is officially live for BitLife players. It’s an excellent opportunity to put your game knowledge to the test and see how you stack up against the rest of the world. This weekend, we’ll be living the life of the Swedish YouTuber and comedian known as PewDiePie. So, do you have what it takes to rule over YouTube? Here’s how to complete the PewDiePie Challenge in BitLife.
How to Complete the Pewdiepie Challenge in BitLife
- Be born a male in Sweden
- Post only gaming videos to YouTube
- Have at least one YouTube video go viral
- Get 10+ million subscribers
To complete the PewDiePie Challenge in BitLife, you’ll need to be a male born in Sweden, and grow a YouTube account to ten million subscribers with at least one viral video by only posting gaming content.
PewDiePie is a Swedish-born male, so that’s how we’re going to need to start our life in this challenge. Stats don’t matter all that much here, so don’t worry about your attributes early on in life. Live your life as you normally would, and make sure to sign up for social media accounts as quickly as possible (13 years old). We’re focusing on going viral on YouTube for this particular challenge, but it doesn’t hurt to get on all the platforms.
To sign up for Social Media in BitLife, tap on the assets tap and click on Social Media. Sign up for Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, Twitter, and most importantly, YouTube. You’ll want to post videos to YouTube as often as you can, so click on your YouTube account, select Post, and make sure to choose Gaming under the pick your video option. You should also verify your account when you can, which will help you grow more quickly. It’s important you ONLY post gaming videos to YouTube for this challenge. As long as you do it as often as possible, your audience should continue growing.
How to get a YouTube video to go viral in BitLife
Eventually, with a stroke of luck, one of your YouTube videos will go viral, and your audience will skyrocket. There are some things you can do to help increase the odds of publishing a viral video, even though it is mostly luck. First of all, you can’t be too famous before joining YouTube. If you are too famous, you miss your opportunity to get a viral video to boost you up the ranks. Second, you’ll probably want to secure a writer job or a voiceover actor job to help you increase your fame slowly over time. Your goal is to start as a small undiscovered YouTuber and hit it big with a single video.
Continue on this path, repeatedly posting gaming videos as much as you can, and you will eventually hit your 10 million subscriber mark and complete the PewDiePie challenge. If you are having trouble gaining subscribers, you can always buy some from the YouTube menu. It will help if you have a nice paying job (or born into Royalty) to fund this activity because it can be expensive. Here’s the cost of buying YouTube subscribers:
- 100 Subscribers: $7
- 250 Subscribers: $15
- 500 Subscribers: $23
- 1000 Subscribers: $39
- 2500 Subscribers: $79
- 5000 Subscribers: $119
If you buy all of the ten million subscribers, it will cost about $238,000. You can’t do this very often, but it does help the process of gaining subscribers more quickly. At the end of the day, this isn’t all that expensive if you have some cash in the bank. If only it were that easy in real life.