Keeping faces off YouTube/Twitch has been turned into somewhat of a trend that makes the “face reveal” a big event if a content creator manages to blow up. Popular Minecraft content creator Dream has been one of those YouTuber’s whose true identity has been longed for by fans.
Following his cheating scandal, Dream appeared on an interview with Anthony Padilla where he addresses several events that shaped his career along with hints suggesting imminent face reveal in the future. Dream had concerns that the mask puts a limit to the content that he makes and given how it has turned into a big part of his brand, he can’t let go of it without a proper face reveal.
“The biggest downside is just not being able to express myself fully. I want to be able to do things that you can’t do. Like let’s say go and meet people. It’s restricting on the things I can do, like being able to do TikToks,” said Dream.
He further went on to add that, he isn’t scared that putting the mask away will harm his content and the brand that he has built around it. Dream likes to consider it as more of a new chapter in his life rather than a new book altogether.
When asked about how he would like to approach the face reveal event, he quickly disagreed with Padilla over hosting a big event in a massive stadium with lights and crackers, rather he would like to host an event with his friends where everyone gets a shot at participating in it, and will be looking for an ideal time so he can get the most out of the event.
He revealed that the name Dream is inspired by Aerosmith’s single “Dream On” and the mask was never a part of the plan, he put it on when had no intention to, and it kind of hooked up with the audience.