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Date Subscribers Views Videos Revenue
Today 2,608,997 1,791 691,722,755 345,472 3,750 $ 104 - 1,727
Sat 15 2,607,206 1,266 691,377,283 350,514 3,750 $ 105 - 1,753
Fri 14 2,605,940 937 691,026,769 310,040 3,750 1 $ 93 - 1,550
Thu 13 2,605,003 1,043 690,716,729 292,186 3,749 $ 88 - 1,461
Wed 12 2,603,960 660 690,424,543 245,084 3,749 1 $ 74 - 1,225
Tue 11 2,603,300 781 690,179,459 256,808 3,748 $ 77 - 1,284
Mon 10 2,602,519 603 689,922,651 216,073 3,748 1 $ 65 - 1,080
Total 7,081 2,016,177 3 $ 605 - $ 10,081

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