The most YouTube Diamond Play buttons earned by family members is 3, and was achieved by Felipe Neto and Luccas Neto (both Brazil) with the channels ‘Felipe Neto’, ‘Luccas Neto – Luccas Toon’ & ‘Canal IN’ and Rafael Velázquez Espinosa, Ana Karen Velázquez Espinosa & Lesslie Yadid Velázquez Espinosa (all Mexico) with …
The Red Diamond Play Button at 100 million subscribers, made out of silver-plated metal inset with a large piece of dark red crystal. Currently, T-Series and PewDiePie are the only ones who have received this award.
The Red Diamond Play Button is a special award by YouTube given to channels who reach 100,000,000 (100 million) subscribers. There are currently only four YouTube channels that have received this award, that being of YouTuber PewDiePie, the Indian music label T-Series, Cocomelon and SET India.
You will soon be eligible for your first YouTube play button. To get your silver play button, you just need to wait for YouTube to reach out via your creator dashboard. Within about a week of reaching 100,000 subscribers, they will review your channel and send you a notification.
Olajide ‘KSI’ Olatunji has boasted about becoming the first YouTuber to receive two Diamond Play Buttons, after his second channel amassed over 10 million subscribers – but is he really?
The first receiver of the award was PewDiePie who actually coined the term “Ruby Play Button” which would remain the name of this award for several years. He reached 50 million subscribers on December 2016 and later claimed his play button.
It is made of gold-plated brass. In March 2018, the look of the Gold Play Button was updated from a metal button housed within a window box with the channel’s name printed on the front glass pane to a cleaner-looking flat designed metal plaque award featuring the channel’s name embossed on it.
Who created Youtube?
It was registered on February 14, 2005, by Steve Chen, Chad Hurley, and Jawed Karim, three former employees of the American e-commerce company PayPal. They had the idea that ordinary people would enjoy sharing their “home videos.” The company is headquartered in San Bruno, California.