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The gamer is all here for democracy (Picture: Getty/@pewdiepie)

PewDiePie has urged his fans to vote in a bizarre meme awards poll which references his battle with Bollywood music label T-Series, as well as only including himself in some of the options.

Were all here for democracy but were sensing some bias.

The Swedish gamer – real name Felix Kjellberg – tweeted the poll, writing: HEY BROS time to vote!

With categories including, Best food meme, Saddest meme and Science breakthrough memes, its a pretty comprehensive list.

It also features some slightly more biased options, such as the Best meme show 2018, which includes five identical options: Meme Review (Felixs own show).

Another asks for the Best Meme Of 2018, as the 29-year-old lists the options: Pewdiepie Can you do this?, Pewdiepie no legs, and Pewdiepie bonus meme.

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Interesting move.

Of course, he couldnt go without mentioning his battle with T-Series to hold onto his spot as YouTubes most subscribed channel, with the music label being categorised under the Worst Meme Of 2018 (the shade of it all).

The gamer also alluded to his history of using racial slurs, as he included the n word in the Meme most likely to end human race list.

He later shared an artistic interpretation of American I voted stickers which are given out at the polls, telling fans to wear it with pride.

It comes after Felix created a meme-tastic remake of YouTube Rewind, after he and most viewers were left unimpressed by the official version.

After YouTubes yearly round-up overtook Justin Biebers Baby as the most disliked video of all time, Pewds decided to take matters into his own hands.

The video quickly stacked up more likes than the official version, with Felix throwing major shade at YouTube by remarking: If I could control Rewind, I would want it to be an actual rewind.

Internet phenomenons like the obsession with tide pods, Kanye accidentally showing his phone pass code, and the KSI v Logan Paul boxing match all took pride of place.

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It also features appearances from Internet stars Vsauce, Ninja, Mr Beast, Jake Paul, Lil Tay, Shane Dawson and Gabbie Hanna, with Felix himself taking the starring spot.

The remake shows some pretty bizarre sights to the uninitiated, including dubious memes Ugandan Knuckles, somebody toucha my spaghet and they did surgery on a grape, all of which feature on the YouTubers new meme poll.

The internet is a strange place, guys.

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