Widely known as the Gaming Historian, he has garnered widespread popularity for his YouTube channel of the same name. He has earned renown for his intricate documentary-style covering of the history of video games there.
He began his YouTube channel on July 17, 2006.
He has amassed more than 600,000 subscribers to his YouTube channel since its beginning. One of his most popular videos there, "Sega Dreamcast - Gaming Historian," has earned more than 750,000 views.
His wife Kristin has helped in growing his Gaming Historian brand.
In November 2015, he completed an episode of the Gaming Historian dedicated to Satoru Iwata.