Technical (formerly Technical49) is an extremely skilled American 240Hz player in Geometry Dash. He became the fifth person after Surv, BlassCFB, Sunix, and DiamondSplash to beat Bloodlust, Spacial Rend, Plasma Pulse Finale, Gamma (the update of which he verified), and Sonic Wave without the FPS bypass. On April 9, 2019, he became the first victor of Zodiac, and no one else managed to beat the level without the FPS Bypass after him until Ozzy612 beat it four months later. He has also verified six additional Extreme Demons: Photovoltaic II, Sigma, Ragnarok, Ouroboros, Omega, Ocular Miracle and Sigma Interface. He is currently #2 on the Stats Viewer, above Crazen (#3) and below nSwish (#1).
- Brandon Larkin Chal - Stands for "Brandon Larkin Challenge." It is a copy of Titan Complex by TCTeam, meant as a joke.
- Deception Dive 144hz - A fixed version of Deception Dive for 144Hz users.
- Enlightened Express - A collaboration of his that was placed at number 1 on the Demons list for April Fools' Day in 2019.
- Furious Flames 240hz - A fixed version of Furious Flames for 240Hz users.
- The Falling Mysts - His first level ever created.
- Cosmic Drift - A remake of his oldest level The Falling Mysts. It is a space-themed mega-collaboration with GunnerBones, Reunomi, Npesta, Gizbro, and several other creators.
- Cybernetic Crescent - The sequel to Digital Descent and Artificial Ascent.
- Shock Breaker - A secret mega-collaboration with twelve creators. It is hosted by Spectex and is meant to be one of the most fun Extreme Demons ever created.
- "Why am I Argentina?"
- After beating the top 5 Demons, he said that Plasma Pulse Finale was the worst level of the 5 enjoyment-wise and that Spacial Rend was the most enjoyable.
- He thinks Kowareta is not rate-worthy, sparking a minor drama after it was briefly unrated.
- He was, at one point, the set verifier for Sonic Wave Infinity by Riot, a remake of Sonic Wave which is said to rival the difficulty of Tartarus. He has since dropped the verification due to concerns about future stress. The level has since gone to Mycrafted.
- He verified a coin update to Gamma after Sunix initially verified the level, and is therefore considered the verifier of the level.
- He once changed his YouTube name to “yoshiwannabe” because he lost a bet to one of his friends, Golden.
- He is known for dying on levels due to celebrating too early. The most notable instances of this are his 95% death on Sigma, his 97% death on Catalyze, his 98% death on The Ultimate Phase, and his first 98% death on Ragnarok.
- His real name is Jonathan.
- He hit 10,000 YouTube subscribers on April 3, 2019, 20,000 on May 15, 2019, 30,000 on July 2, 2019, 40,000 on August 14, 2019, 50,000 on January 11, 2020, 60,000 on April 14, 2020, and 70,000 on June 15, 2020.
- He died at 98% on Ragnarok twice: the first time due to a bug and the second time due to bad timing.
- He enjoys eating fast food during his streams.
- He is regarded as the unofficial verifier of Zodiac, after Xander556 confessed to hacking the level on June 11, 2019, although he denies it.
- He is part of The Gang, which contains Npesta, Golden, Gizbro, and himself.
- He died on 98% on Necromancer by Riot and more after taking a brief skip in the level and being killed by the anti-cheat at the end. This was the first time that the skip anti-cheat was found out, and the death caused some of his fans to hate on TGI, the verifier and publisher, for watching Technical take the skips and not telling him about the anti-cheat as a joke.
- He removed the number 49 from the end of his YouTube username on October 18, 2019.
- On November 4, 2019, he beat his 500th Demon and his 100th Extreme Demon, Visible Ray, making him the fourth player to have ever completed 100 extreme demons, after Rainstorm, Kainite, and .
- He is the first victor of the Extreme Demon "Ethereal Artifice" by Zeroya.
- He currently holds the record for most Main List demons on the Official Demon list complete at a time, with 54. With his completion of Visible Ray, he surpassed the previous record of 49, set by Sunix back when the Main List consisted of only 50 demons, not the 75 it has today.
- He has been featured on meet... with Csx42Gaming. He was episode #22.
- He won the award for the best Geometry Dash player in the GD 2.1 Awards, which was hosted by ViPriN.
- He verified an update to Breakout by Surv, fixing a few bugs and balancing the level.. The video was uploaded on 12/9/1.9
- He was demoted to #2 on late-March of 2020, due to nSwish beating a handful of difficult levels and becoming number #1. This was the case until April 18, 2020, when Technical uploaded a video for his Tartarus completion and becoming number #1 again, knocking nSwish to #2. A day later nSwish would retake the #1 spot after beating Tapwreck by MrLorenzo.
- For April Fools 2020, he was promoted to #1 in the Official Demon list stats viewer and was labeled North Korean.
- The YouTube channel Blue made a documentary on his history.
- He lost to Gizbro in the semi-finals in the first session of Geometry Dash World Cup.