Who is Dream from Twitch and YouTube?


YOUTUBER and Twitch streamer Dream is one of the most popular Minecraft creators on the internet.

The 23-year-old shot to fame in 2019 and has more than 30.5 million subscribers on YouTube and 6 million followers on Twitch.

Dream is is best known for his Minecraft videos on YouTube

Who is Dream?

Dream started posting videos on YouTube in 2014, but only started uploading content regularly in July 2019.

The YouTube star posts Minecraft-related content – one of the world’s most popular video games.

 Minecraft, which has won several awards since its release in 2009, is a virtual land where players can create their own worlds and experiences.

Dream shot to fame in 2019 after his Minecraft videos began racking up millions of views.

The streamer, who also utilises Twitch, is a member of the “Dream Team”, along with fellow YouTubers Sapnap and GeorgeNotFound.

The group frequently collaborate to create new content.

Dream also had a friendly rivalry with fellow Minecraft YouTuber Technoblade before his death, as they each had recognition for the title of “best Minecraft player.”

What is Dream’s real name?

Just like most YouTubers, Dream is a nickname used online.

His real name is Clay and he resides in Orlando, Florida.

YouTube awarded Dream the Streamy Award for Gaming in both 2020 and 2021.

Why did Dream reveal his face?

On October 2, 2022, Dream revealed his face to the public for the first time.

Until this point, the streamer had chosen to stay anonymous – streaming instead with a smiley face mask.

In the video, which racked up more than 10 million views in five hours, Dream admitted that the time was right to reveal his identity.

“After years of being completely faceless online, I finally decided to do a face reveal”, he wrote in the caption.

Dream explained that he had finally decided to reveal his face as his colleague and pal, GeorgeNotFound, was finally moving to United States so he could live with the ‘Dream Team.’

 “My goal was just to start doing things,” explained Dream. “Get out, meet creators, say hi to my friends finally. Just get out in the world, be an actual creator, be a person!”

He said he was aware of several attempts to ‘leak’ his appearance and decided that it was best to do it on his own terms.

Writing to fans he said: “Thank you all from the bottom of my heart. I appreciate you all more than you could ever know.”