iAGR made his YouTube channel, "iAGRgames", on Dec 7, 2011 but he posted his first actual video on Mar 22, 2012. He started out with Call of Duty and later on diversified his content and after a while completely cut Call of Duty off from his channel.
iAGR has developed an alternative term for his subscribers - like most YouTubers. He called them the iAGRaid.
iAGR eventually got fed up with iAGRgames and deleted the channel completely to go to a new channel known as ThatOneGlassy in August. Unfortunatly that took a turn for the worst as he quit that because the fans he recieved did not meet his expectations. He did not do youtube for several months.
Eventually, in the End of September he came back to explain what happened with his old channel and his new channel, iAGRespawn. He claimed it was an accident. Once again he was not satisfied with his expectations. He once again quit.
I used to be a fan and was dissapointed that the end of iAGR was over in October, But then I recieved a message around December. It was from a guy named Whimmsey that said to check out his channel. This was iAGR. He had taken another shot and was pretty successful. He stated that it is an 80% chance that he will not quit the channel. Everything was going great until January. Around this time Whimmsey (iAGR) was not posting anything. This made me anxious for the next video. Somewhere in the middle of the month I log on to youtube and go to ask Whimmsey what the is going on? Turns out that very day all of the videos were gone and were replaced by one video. This video was a tutorial video with a commentary. And I thought that he was just restarting his videos maybe didn't like it. But nope. If you watched the video at the time you would be enraged. He said, "I will no longer be making gaming videos. They are too much of competition now. It's too late. I will now do art." And that was the end of the gaming iAGR as we knew him. Or is it? Will he come back to his original sense? Will this make him a big youtuber? Or will he continue the huge cycle of deleting channels. We shall find out soon.