Corporations being corporations with their policies... fine, whatever. Allegedly reputable news organizations characterizing that video as "anti-semitic" is something else entirely. Anyone watching the end sequence of that video who goes on to describe it as anti-semitic either does not understand human emotion or is deliberately lying. If that video proves PewDiePie is anti-semitic, then John Cleese, Mel Brooks, Jon Stewart, and dozens of other comedy legends are also anti-semitic, including the political and the largely apolitical.
The anti-semetic angle is just the icing on the cake. The main offense here is taking advantage of poor people, making them do awful things for low pay, making fun of those people for hesitating to do the task, and then making fun of them again for doing the task. Considering the man's immense wealth, it's classic villain behavior. This doesn't fit into a headline neatly, however.