Nicholas, better known online as NGPG, is an American YouTuber. He is best known for making gameplay videos on the Roblox platform. He has gained this following from "Trying my best to do what no one else does." He also has a Discord server, where he connects with his fans.
NGPG joined YouTube on February 26, 2018, and posted his first video on the same day, a few hours later. His Roblox username at that time was nickg2005, which he had since 2013. He made improvements as quickly as possible, using his voice in the following video and adding a facecam a few videos after that. Later on, he began livestreaming. His first stream was uploaded on March 10. A few months later, he decided to go on Twitch. He uploaded 4 of his streams from there to YouTube. Many of his videos were 30 frames per second, but he began 60fps videos on September 8. He would change his username on Roblox to YT_NGPG on October 16.
NGPG has been streaming at a crazy rate since he began on March 10, 2018. He has mainly streamed Roblox, but he has also streamed other games as well. His most popular non-Roblox stream was a gameplay session of Cuphead. It was streamed on May 12. He has been "Raided" (the practice of going on to another streamer while live streaming and telling fans to join it) three times. He was first raided by DeeterPlays on October 8. He gained a total of 18 subscribers on that day, starting from 212. The next two raids happened on the same day, where he was raided by KreekCraft and another YouTuber known as zBrianPlayz on December 17, the same day he hit 500 subscribers. He made a video the following day thanking Kreek and Brian.
Note: The following dates are according to
- 100 Subscribers: July 22, 2018.
- 500 Subscribers: December 17, 2018.
- 1,000 Subscribers: February 18, 2019.
- Nick made a total of Nine videos on a fighting game called Brawlhalla while he regained motivation for his Roblox videos. He made a second channel dedicated to it on September 26, 2018.
- He makes fan art for various YouTubers on his Twitter account.
- Nick originally had a Twitter with the username @ngpg_gaming, but it got locked when he revealed his birthday when he turned 13.
- He has used a website called www.robloxwin.com to generate robux to help him afford VIP servers.]