One of the most famous Minecraft YouTuber: Dream, finally reveal his face in public. Dream aka Clay is a popular Twitch and YouTube streamer with over 30 Million subscribers who announced his face reveal on 2nd October. He took the web by storm right after announcing, as fans were eagerly waiting to how Dream looks behind the mask.
The announcement started on 02nd October when Clay was fooling around with one of his follower on Twitter from his alternative account. He suggested to his follower that October 2nd is the day when he will reveal his face in public.
After a few hours, he posted another tweet from his main Twitter account indirectly indicating about face reveal. He just twitted one word: “today”.
Reaction to Minecraft Creator: Dream Face Reveal
On October 1st large number of content creators had face-timed clay, and during that, he revealed his face to them. Karl Jacobs, Dream’s best friend had a face-time conversation where he saw Clay for the first time. He responded that he looks like a baseball player and stated that he is very handsome.
Here you can see epic reactions of those who had face-timed Dream and saw his face for the first time:
I FaceTimed Dream 🙂
Here’s my reaction to finally seeing one of my best friends’ faces for the first time! pic.twitter.com/gicCs4AVP1
— karl 🙂 (@KarlJacobs_) September 30, 2022
HE LOOKS EXACTLY LIKE HIS PFP @dreamwastaken pic.twitter.com/OECLJthJWt
— sylvee (@sylveemhm) October 1, 2022
More Insights on Dream Face Reveal
Things started getting heated up from 22nd of September by making a YouTube Community post about his face reveal. He also stated that in his upcoming YT videos mask is coming off.
Dream announced a few days later that he would be attending the San Diego TwitchCon 2022 and would finally be able to meet his friends, followers, and other fans.
Minecraft YouTuber: Dream, Age & Bio
guess who pic.twitter.com/eqSWH1wAxd
— Dream (@Dream) October 3, 2022
Originally from the United States, was born on August 12, 1999, and started gaining popularity in 2019 & 2020. Mostly famous for his YouTube series “Minecraft Manhunt” & “Minecraft Speedruns”, but later he was accused of cheating in the late 2020s.
Over 41.96 million subscribers and over 3.29 billion views have been recorded on his collective seven YouTube channels as of September 10, 2022. There are 7.01 million Twitch followers and 19.01 million views on Twitch channels collectively.
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