Nicolas "Nic" Johnson, widely known online as MrTop5 (also known as NicsterV and MrTopCraft), was born on May 18, 2001. He is a Canadian-American YouTuber. His Roblox and Fortnite content is well-known. He has frequently been accused of click-baiting.
His channel's videos receive a resoundingly positive response from his audience. His video titles include certain clickbait phrases designed to draw more viewers to his channels. He is criticized for this strategy, though. He began with Minecraft, even though he is now largely recognized for his Roblox gameplays.
|Name||Nicolas "Nic" Johnson|
|DOB (Age)||May 18, 2001 [age 21]|
|DOJ (YouTube)||October 24th, 2011|
|Net Worth||$2.75 million|
Nicolas began uploading on NicsterV on October 24, 2011. He began his YouTube career as a Minecraft YouTuber and has since produced a number of non-Minecraft-related tutorial and commentary videos. “How to Make Your Computer EXTREMELY FAST! (HD)” is the first video on Pablo’s channel in which he shows how one can make their computer faster.
He later started posting videos numerous times each day, and they would include both Roblox and Minecraft. He eventually stopped playing Minecraft on the NicsterV channel and switched entirely to Roblox. The NicsterV channel has drawn a lot of criticism because the majority of his videos were made to trick kids into clicking on them.
Nicolas launched his MrTop5 Fortnite channel in July 2016. His first video discussed an in-game television warning. Midway through Season 4, he ran into Shadical, a supporter of the covert skin “The Visitor”. Nick’s younger brother is Deadlox, also known as Lox. With the exception of a Travis Scott concert in April 2020, his objective is to try to halt any live events that happen in Fortnite and stop the game from continuing.
Nicolas has repeatedly come under fire for producing “Free Robux” videos. Roblox users can buy things from the catalog with Robux, as well as game passes, games, and Roblox Premium. The Terms of Service for Roblox state that there is no such thing as a free Robux and that they must always be purchased with real money.
“Clickbait on YouTube gives you short-term success,” wrote Nicolas in a Tweet. By taking screenshots of his channel’s videos and his Tweet in its entirety, another YouTuber by the name of SynthesizeOG exposed him.
On June 8, 2019, Nicholas started a YouTube channel called MrTopCraft, where he plays Minecraft.
According to various sources, Pablo is worth $2.75 million as of August 2022. The MrTop5 YouTube channel receives, on average, 382.2k views per day and 11.47 million views each month. For every a thousand views of a video on a monetized YouTube channel, they may make $3 to $7. According to Net Worth Spot, Nicolas makes an estimated $45.8k each month, or $688k a year. If Nicolas makes a high income, advertising revenue might bring in more than $1.24 million per year.
There is little to no information about NicsterV’s personal life.
Nicolas has a massive fan following on several social media platforms. On Instagram, he has over 3.1 k followers and posts announcements about his channel. On Twitter, he has over 110.8k followers and gets several likes and retweets.
Nicolas uploads videos daily to his channel. His videos receive several thousand views regularly. The content on this channel includes gameplays and tutorials of Roblox.
Nicolas talks about 3 games in Roblox which can get the player free Robux.
Nicolas plays on his oldest Roblox account.
Nicolas claims to help his viewers get a plethora of Robux.
Nicolas talks about an NPC in Roblox all players had to avoid.
A. According to SocialBlade, Nicolas earns $455 to $7.3K per month and $5.5K to $87.3K per year.
A. Legobloxian, another YouTuber, exposed Nicolas for abusing him. Lego makes reference to the time when Nicolas requested a DM and freaked out since he was a minor YouTuber. Lego then plays three of Nicolas's videos, in which Nicolas reacted to his videos. According to Lego's calculations, Nicolas made $1.5K just by doing this. In his reply to Legobloxian, Nicolas said that he had initially blocked him before he was essentially "ignored".