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Ultimate Gaming is a gaming youtube channel created and mainly run by Scott Cofer, although also featuring appearances from his friends.

The channel started off as just a gaming channel with both footage and mic. Later, Vlogs were added to the channel, followed by webcam on most gaming videos. The channel has made various other content as well, such as real life versions of video games, parkour videos, challenges, and videos of Scott's two cats, Pete and Lucy.

On July 21st, 2016, they posted their first video, part 1 of a Five Nights at Freddy's let's play.

On September 16th, 2016, the channel hit 100 subscibers. In celebration, Scott and his friend Jared hosted a four-and-a-half hour long live stream. During this stream, Scott completed the goal of a previous live stream, before starting the channel's first fan event. Scott played with the fans while Jared stuck around to Q/A for Scott.

On September 23rd, 2016, the channel uploaded a strange video of a camera in a dark room, followed by Scott repeatedly making creepy expressions into the camera while "Break My Mind" plays.


On October 3rd 2016, they made their own "Paper Play Button" for reaching 100 subscribers. On the same day, they did a horror challenge with the demo of Five Nights at Candy's 3, and a tutorial of a piano version of The Living Tombstone's Five Nights at Freddy's 1 song.

On March 1st, 2017, the aforementioned "creepy" Scott from the "Break My Mind Acting" video seems to have appeared again at the start of the video, only this time, instead of it just being Scott in a dark room, it sports yellow glowing eyes, white lips, and strange, swapped colors across the entirety of Scott's body, and the camera background. Unlike last time, Scott does not appear to be aware of this. This alternate personality was named by fans, "Dark Scott", Scott's original name for the character in his earlier video. This form continued to appear throughout videos and still does as of this writing.


On April 10th, 2017, the channel released their first song, based around Five Nights at Freddy's. It received almost perfect reviews, quite a feat for such a small channel who isn't known for their music videos, and is a preteen.

Scott is known for his heavy devotion to his fans at such a young age.

The channel currently has roughly 900 subscribers.


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