PewDiePie hit with near 100,000 kronor tax fine

The world-famous Felix "Pewdiepie" Kjellberg has been told to pay an extra SEK 92,347 by the tax agency, over a mistake in his tax return for 2013.

He is reported by Expressen to not have included profits made from his production company.

But the extra bill is unlikely to phase the 24-year-old star. He is famous for YouTube videos where he plays computer games while commenting and swearing. It is a lucrative business: his tax return showed his company had a turnover of SEK 29 million.

He now has a company, Pewdiepie Productions AB, and employs his own professional producer.

The Gothenburg-born Pewdiepie is one of the most-watched stars on YouTube, with over 35 million subscribers to his channel.