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India’s top YouTube streamers to get their highest watching ever

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YouTube Gaming was flooded with a number of watching during the 1v1 Pubg Mobile Legendary battle between Carry Minati and Soul Mortal, both among the top influencers and streamers in the Indian Gaming community.

A few days back, while streaming the game together Ajey Nagar aka Carry Minati Openly Challenged Naman “Mortal” Mathur for a 1 v 1 battle which was accepted by the latter gracefully.

Carry started its “Training” under the supervision of pro player from Team Fnatic i.e Tanmay Singh by knowing the basic control and movement on the phone.

The whole challenge was a fun watching game for all fans which lead to massive numbers in live streams for both the streamers. Ajey aka Carryminati got his highest watching of around 207k with constant viewers to around 200k during the complete match whereas Naman aka SoulMortal reached the highest watching of 178k live viewers with around concurrent live watching of 160k throughout the match.

However, everyone already knew what would be the final result of the match but the first two games were drawn and the third game was won by Soul Mortal with 25-4.

About CarryMinati

He (born 12 June 1999) is an Indian comedian, gamer, rapper and YouTube personality and Social Media Influencer from Faridabad, India. He is known for his YouTube channels CarryMinati and CarryIsLive. He attended his school till 2016 until he decided to drop out from school to pursue his YouTube career.

  • YouTube Channel – CarryisLive
  • Subscribers – 3.91M
  • Views – 398,062,000 +
About Soul Mortal

Mortal was born in Mumbai in Marathi family on 22 May 1996. He is a pro player and leader of Team Soul along with Youtube streamer and social media influencer.

  • YouTube Channel – Mortal
  • Subscribers – 4.14M
  • Views – 404,451,000 +

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