Jimmy Donaldson, aka MrBeast, is now the most subscribed YouTuber, officially surpassing the music company T-Series.

MrBeast, who runs a channel famous for its elaborate challenges and giveaways, posted on X that he had reached an unprecedented number of subscribers, overtaking the 266 million subscribers of T-series.

“After 6 years we have finally avenged Pewdiepie,” wrote the content creator on Sunday, making a reference to YouTuber Felix Kjellberg, aka PewDiePie, who held YouTube’s number-one spot until he was overtaken by T-Series in 2019.

MrBeast, who has been uploading videos since 2012, was already the individual with the highest following on YouTube. However, the 26-year-old creator has now taken his achievement still further by securing an absolute victory. This follows his challenge his challenge to the CEO of T-Series to a boxing match last month, which occurred when T-Series was the most subscribed YouTube channel and MrBeast was only a few subscribers behind.

In a follow-up post, MrBeast claimed that his channel also broke the record with the largest-ever daily spike in subscribers, which rose by more than 2 million on Saturday.

MrBeast’s post was met with a mixture of well-wishes, excitement and dismissal. Tesla chief Elon Musk was among the first to congratulate him, writing ‘Wow, congrats!’. Others commented that the next target that he should aim for should be 1 billion. A few questioned why MrBeast and other social media users were making such an uproar about

As of right now, MrBeast’s YouTube account has 269 million followers.