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It’s another weekly installment of the Tubefilter Chart of the Top 50 Most Viewed YouTube Channels Worldwide. T-Series still occupies that #1 spot.
T-Series is in first place for the sixth week in a row. The Indian music record label, film production company, and obvious online video powerhouse maintained its weekly view count clocking in at over 712.6 million. And still in second place is Cocomelon – Nursery Rhymes. The California-based children’s animation studio dipped 10% in views, but still rung up nearly 542.1 million of them in the week.
Like Nastya Vlog is back in the Top 5. The Russian-based family vlog channel shot up 42% in its weekly views to take home over 419.4 million. That pushed SET India down to fourth place. Sony Entertainment Television’s YouTube channel for its Indian iteration scored nearly 344.2 million views throughout the week.
And rounding out the Top 5 is Kids Diana Show. The US-based family vlogging channel ended the week more than 331 million views.
The International Cricket Council (or ICC for short) is the global governing body for cricket. It also organizes cricket’s major worldwide tournaments, the biggest of which is the Cricket World Cup. The two-or-so weeks-long competition is held once every four years (like the more famous football World Cup) and pits 10 or so teams from around the globe against one another to determine a world champion. It’s also very popular on YouTube.
The ICC’s channel generally scores a few million views a week thanks to a steady stream of uploads featuring highlights from regional qualifiers for international matches. But that’s when the Cricket World Cup isn’t being played. When the tournament is in action – like it is now – the ICC uploads upwards of 100 videos a week composed of interviews, live matches, “Nissan Play of the Day“s, “UberEats Best Deliveries of the Day“s, and more. The obvious increased interest around Cricket while its most prestigious tournament is in session (this Australia vs. England highlight clip, for instance, received over 7.2 million views in less than 24 hours), coupled with that prolific amount of uploads pushes the ICC’s view count to new heights. In the last week, the ICC has seen an 86% week-over-week increase in views, to top out at more than 116 million views on the week and the #23 spot on the worldwide chart.
Here’s a breakdown of the Top 50 Most Viewed channels this week in terms of their countries or origin:
India: 17 channels in the Top 50.
United States: 12 channels in the Top 50.
South Korea, Russia: 3 channels each in the Top 50.
Great Britain, Philippines, Thailand: 2 channels in the Top 50.
Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Spain, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam: 1 channel each in the Top 50.