Niran Yesufu

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Niran Yesufu
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Born22 August 1997
  • YouTuber
  • Twitch Streamer
Known forOnline alias of FNG, or nickname Niran

Adeniran Yesufu (born 22 August 1997.[1]), better known by his online alias of FNG, or nickname Niran, is a British-Nigerian YouTuber[2] and Twitch streamer[3]. In 2020, he joined a group called Team Quadrant[4], a group founded by Formula One[5] driver Lando Norris[6]., as well as other content creators Aarava, SuperGT, and RiaBish. He is also a part of eSports[7] team Veloce[8].

YouTube information

Also known as: Niran Yesufu, FNG

Channels: FNG[9], FNG shorts[10], FNG Racing [11]

Active since: March 31, 2013[9] (8 years ago)

Genre: Sports, Gaming

Subscribers: 571K (combined)

Views: 174 million (combined)

Creator milestones and awards

100,000 subscribers (YouTube Silver Play Button Award[12]): Achieved in 2018

Early life and education

Yesufu attended Nottingham University[13], where he studied Print Journalism.[14]


Yesufu created his channel in 2013[9], uploading videos around the FIFA video game[15]. He launched his FNG Racing channel a year later[11], and in 2021 he created a YouTube shorts channel, by the name of FNG shorts[10]

Personal Life

Yesufu is a supporter of Liverpool FC.


  2. "What Is A YouTuber? Definition, Examples & More". March 29, 2016.
  4. Percy, Robert (November 7, 2020). "Lando Norris launches Team Quadrant". DriveTribe.
  5. "Formula One | automobile racing". Encyclopedia Britannica.
  6. "Lando Norris Formula One driver biography". RaceFans.
  7. "What are esports? An overview for non-fans". British Esports Association. December 6, 2016.
  8. "Veloce Esports".
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 "FNG's YouTube Stats (Summary Profile) - Social Blade Stats".
  10. 10.0 10.1 "FNG shorts's YouTube Stats (Summary Profile) - Social Blade Stats".
  11. 11.0 11.1 "FNG Racing | F1 & More Racing Videos!'s YouTube Stats (Summary Profile) - Social Blade Stats".
  12. "Creators | Awards | YouTube". Creators | Awards | YouTube.
  13. "Russell Group | University of Nottingham". The Russell Group.
  15. "Fifa: the video game that changed football | Simon Parkin". the Guardian. December 21, 2016.

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