The popular Minecraft Youtuber popularly known as Dream has finally revealed his face after years of trolling fans and others with clickbait face reveal videos. Other than his Minecraft videos, Dream is known to have only appeared on camera wearing a white mask with a smiley face and maintaining a relative anonymity on the platform till now.
Before the actual face reveal, Dream did release several days worth of teasers culminating to a final cryptic comment on Twitter saying only “today.” Which his later followed up with another tweet saying:
“Will be premiering my face reveal video on YouTube in around 2 hours.
My next tweet will be a picture of me and my best friends finally being together.”
Later on the same day, Dream scheduled a video titled “hi, I’m Dream,” where he went on for a bit of tease and finally revealed his face.
The description of his video reads, “Hi, I’m Dream and this is what I look like. After years of being completely faceless online, I finally decided to do a face reveal.” He went to say “thank you all from the bottom of my heart. I appreciate you all more than you could ever know.”
While his fans only got to see his face now, many of his fellow content creator buddies and close followers got to meet him early during a series of calls on FaceTime. Karl Jacobs, one of his close content creator friend revealed his reaction in a Tweet after FaceTime, “Here’s my reaction to finally seeing one of my best friends’ faces for the first time!” said in a short video.
Dream is one of the most popular content creator on Youtube and have a huge following of 30.5 Million subscribers on youtube. Over the years he has grown his channel from one channel to seven in total with more than 3 billion views spread across all channels.