Biography facts about American Minecraft YouTuber, Twitch streamer, and gamer, Dream, that every fan should know.
Dream, called by his real name Clay (formerly DreamTraps, GameBreakersMC) is a 22-year-old American YouTuber, Twitch streamer, and vocalist better known for his Minecraft collaborations and manhunts born on August 12, 1999.
Dream became famous in 2019 and 2020 having uploaded videos based around the game Minecraft. He is well known for his YouTube series Minecraft Manhunt and his speedruns of Minecraft.
His channel is one of the fastest-growing channels in the history of YouTube, gaining over 26.8 million subscribers in a little over a year. He is part of the collaborative group “Dream Team” consisting of himself, GeorgeNotFound, and Sapnap.
YouTuber Clay Dream has an estimated net worth of $13.67 million in 2021 and makes an income of $519 – $8.3K in a day per video from YouTube ads, according to Social Blade. Dream earns a revenue of $3.6K – $58.2K in a week, $15.6K – $249.2K in a month, a salary of $186.9K – $3M on YouTube. His sources of income are YouTube ads, sponsorships, partnerships, and the selling of merchandise.
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Dream Profile Summary
|Date of Birth (Birthday):||August 12, 1999.|
|Age:||22 Years Old|
|Nicknames:||DreamTraps, GameBreakersMC, DreamWasTaken.|
|Famous/Best known for:||Dream is an American YouTuber and vocalist known for his Minecraft collaborations and manhunts.|
|Height:||6’2″ (189 centimeters) tall.|
|Siblings:||Two sisters, one nicknamed “Drista” and a brother|
|Dream Team Full Names:||Clay (Dream); George Davidson (GeorgeNotFound); Nicholas (Sapnap)|
|Dream Team Nationality||American (Dream & Sapnap); English (GeorgeNotFound)|
|Residence:||Orlando, Florida, United States (Dream & Sapnap); London, England, United Kingdom (GeorgeNotFound)|
|Twitter Accounts:||Dream; Dream Was Taken; Dream Fanart; Dream Secret Club|
|YouTube Accounts:||Dream; DreamXD; Dream Team; Dream Shorts; Dream Music; Minecraft Manhunt; Dream Tech|
|YouTube Subscribers:||26.8 million (main); 38.3 million (combined)|
|Annual Income:||$186.9K – $3M from YouTube ads.|
|Net Worth:||$13.67 million in 2021|
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#1. His real name is Clay.
#2. He was born on August 12, 1999.
#3. He is 22-years-old.
#4. He is also known by the nicknames, DreamTraps, GameBreakersMC.
#5. Clay better known online as Dream is an American YouTuber and vocalist known for his Minecraft collaborations and manhunts.
#6. His channel is one of the fastest-growing channels in the history of YouTube, gaining over 10 million subscribers in a little over a year.
#7. He grew up with a 14-year-old sister nicknamed “Drista” by TommyInnit, a portmanteau of “Dream” and “sista”.
#8. He also has an older sister and a younger brother.
#9. Clay has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
#10. He was the quarterback of his high school flag football team and recreationally played basketball and soccer.
#11. He went to high school for 2 years & graduated in early 2018, he did not attend college because he felt that he knew enough about technology to get a job without a degree.
#12. He formerly worked for AppleCare.
#13. Clay is over 6’2″ (189 centimeters) tall.
#14. He is agnostic.
#15. He is part of the collaborative group “Dream Team” consisting of himself, Clay (Dream); George Davidson (GeorgeNotFound); and Nicholas (Sapnap).
#16. Their nationality are American (Dream & Sapnap); English (GeorgeNotFound)
#17. Currently, (Dream & Sapnap) reside in Orlando, Florida, United States while GeorgeNotFound is in London, England, United Kingdom. Dream lives in the city of Orlando, Florida with his cat Patches.
#18. On September 25, 2019, Dream uploaded a video titled ‘my face reveal‘. Nothing is known about the video as it was deleted only a few days after it was uploaded. The description only reads “hey, that’s me.” The video only got 34,000 views before it was deleted.
#19. On December 24, 2020, Dream teased a picture of himself in real life with a sign covering his face, leading people to speculate that Dream may do a face reveal.
#20. On December 31, 2020, Dream tweeted “let’s start 2021 off with a Bang…” along with an 8-second video of his teasing his face reveal again where he holds up a sign covering his face with music in the background.
#21. In the unofficial YouTube rewind 2020 published by MrBeast on January 1, 2021, he shows his face covered by a mask resembling his iconic Minecraft Skin.
#22. Dream revealed in an interview in 2021 with Kavos that his face reveal was delayed due to COVID-19. He also shared that he would be doing a face reveal in early 2022 if COVID-19 was gone by then.
#23. On April 1, 2021, as an April Fool’s Day joke, Dream retweeted a tweet from Danny Gonzalez claiming that he was Dream, and that he’ll reveal his face in live stream.
#24. Dream then tweeted “I’m live” along with a link to Danny’s Twitch, where he was streaming with the title “I was dream the whole time“. During this livestream, Danny proceeded to go through a spoof PowerPoint presentation explaining how he was Dream and how he pulled it off as well as mispronouncing a lot of the dream SMP members’ names along the way.
#25. Dream has tweeted out on his main account as a joke that he has done a face reveal and posted a picture of a random person from a photogeneration site.
#26. Moreover, there were many instances where people on Twitter claimed that several random blonde people were Dream. Dream has talked about the face reveal drama.
#27. Dream is well-known for his Minecraft videos.
#28. Dream’s content usually consists of challenge videos.
#29. He is also known for his popular Minecraft series “Minecraft Speedrunner VS 1/2/3/4/5 Hunter(s).”, as well as another popular series “Unsolved Mysteries”, where he goes in-depth on some in-game mysteries.
#30. His oldest widely-known video was uploaded on July 13, 2014, titled “1000 subs.” During this time, Dream was an administrator on BadBoyHalo’s Minecraft server. Dream was stuck on about 1K subscribers until his breakthrough in 2019.
#31. He started uploading more consistently after uploading the video “this cursed Minecraft video will trigger you…” on July 5, 2019.
#32. Dream’s first official video was titled “Mine HQ Threatens To DDos Me + Gold Glitch”, it gained around ten thousand views, getting Dream’s first subscribers. However, the video, along with all of his other old videos, was deleted on July 10, 2019.
#33. His 1st video was titled “McPvP “The Saw Trap” Want to Play a Game?”, and was uploaded on February 8th, 2014.
#34. The oldest archived video was titled ” McPvP/McTeams/Elite Torch Trap Montage. Mega Loot.” uploaded February 13th, 2014.
#35. Although the first video that he appears in is “Switcher Levitator Trap Tutorial” posted on August 26, 2013.
#36. Dream studied YouTube, the algorithm, and Reddit, which was a huge factor that contributed to Dream’s success.
#37. He initially gained attention after organizing a project to find PewDiePie‘s Minecraft world seed.
#41. On February 3, 2021, Dream announced on his main Twitter account that he would be releasing a song in 24 hours called Roadtrip, featuring PmBata. Shortly afterward, he deleted the tweet.
#42. He posted a snippet of his new song on his private Twitter account dream hangout after announcing the song.
#43. On February 4, 2021, he premiered the official lyric video for Road Trip on YouTube.
#44. The song was about remembering good things from the past, even if things have changed since then, and holding on to the good memories.
#45. Following this, Dream teased a new song he was creating on the dream hangout Twitter account.
#46. Responding to fans, he stated that the clip was not part of the finished product, he would not be featuring other music artists on it, and that the full song is titled “Mask”.
#47. The Dream SMP is a Minecraft survival multiplayer (SMP) server created and played on by the Dream Team and various YouTubers and streamers. The SMP is mainly played during live streams either on Twitch or YouTube by a majority of the members. The server was started on April 25, 2020.
#48. Dream SMP members are: Dream; GeorgeNotFound; Sapnap; BadBoyHalo; Callahan; Ponk; awesamdude; TommyInnit; Fundy; Punz; Tubbo; Purpled; Skeppy; Wilbur Soot; Eret; jschlatt; JackManifoldTV (Formerly Thunder1408); Nihachu (Niki); Quackity; Karls; HBomb94; Technoblade; Antfrost; Ph1LzA; ConnorEatsPants; Captain Puffy; LazarBeam; Vikkstar123; Ranboo; Hannahxxrose; Foolish Gamers; Slimecicle; Michaelmcchill
#49. Minecon Live 2020: During Minecon Live 2020, a vote was held in which players could vote on the next mob being added to Minecraft; the three options given were the Glow Squid, the Moobloom, and the Iceologer.
#5o. Dream urged his Twitter followers to vote for the Glow Squid, tweeting to his fans about following them if they showed him proof of their vote, which he soon deleted.
#51. When the Glow Squid ultimately won the vote by a small margin against the Iceologer, this led many people to believe Dream had influenced the outcome of the vote and vented their frustration against him. Dream later apologized for the incident in a Twitter post and soon made another Twitter post to apologize and reflect on all of the controversies he’s been in.
#52. The backlash resulted in HelenAngel asking the Twitter community via a poll whether or not votes should be abandoned in future Minecon events, due to their propensity for controversy.
#53. Feud with Jawsh: On his second Twitter account, Jawsh made a statement about how “stan culture” is unhealthy, monsters, garbage, and immoral as well as calling the people in the culture “unwell mentally”. In his post, he stated he was tired of random people obsessing over him and other people, such as Dream.
#54 Dream replied, “you’re an idiot”. Jawsh responded to this tweet stating the following: “Good argument. I am glad that instead of actually making any attempt to prove me wrong that you instead chose to reply with insults. It proves you are as immature as your child viewers and your bandwagoning friends”.
#55. Jawsh’s response received mixed receptions, mainly due to claiming that Dream’s friends were “bandwagoning” him because they didn’t agree with Jawsh’s perspective. He gained even more backlash after Karl and Tubbo made joke tweets about the situation, baselessly accusing them of “farming their Twitter for likes”.
#56. Dream then made a tweet defending his stans, by calling them “a group of people trying to meet other people with similar interests while expressing this interest through shared morals, love, and creativity.”
#57. Many people saw this drama, with some people like Spifey and Karl Jacobs supporting Dream’s opinion of his definition of a “stan” and people like CallMeCarson “agreeing” with Jawsh’s statement regarding stans, although it seemed to be in a satirical manner.
#58 Former Lunch Club member Hugbox retweeted Dream’s definition of a “stan” with “You are unironically such a fucking pussy it’s not even funny,” to which Dream responded where he told him “here I noticed you now go outside.” Which garnered both support and disdain from his fans.
#59. Dream made a video on his second channel where he explained that the meaning of the word “stan” has changed, that most of the stans are very supportive and just very enthusiastic fans, that the haters who accuse people of being stans are more toxic than the stans themselves, and that he sees more comments about how terrible Dream stans are than Dream stans themselves.
#60. Speedrun cheating scandal: On December 11, 2020, a video by YouTuber and speedrun.com Minecraft head moderator Geosquare was uploaded, going over a statistical analysis paper made by the speedrun.com Minecraft moderation team. The paper covered Dream’s unusually lucky ender pearl trades and blaze rod drops through multiple full speedrun streams.
#61. In order to account for any bias, they overcompensated for Dream, so that the bias is actually in favor of him. Through statistical evaluation and calculations after essentially giving Dream’s luck the benefit of the doubt, it was concluded that the odds of Dream getting the run he did was about 1 in 7.5 trillion.
#62. Due to this abnormally low probability which many of pointed out is statistically impossible to get, the moderation came to the conclusion that Dream’s game was modified in some way to manipulate the pearl barter and rod drop rates.
#63. Dream responded to Geosquare’s video in the following tweet after his run was officially rejected with ” My 1.16 run was just rejected after research due to it being “too unlikely to verify”. A video was made by a head mod and Youtuber Geosquare, using my name and click-baiting “Cheating Speedrunning” in order to get easy views. Definitely a response soon. Total BS! “
#64. In response to these allegations, Dream claims to have neither the motive nor ability to increase his chances artificially (by cheating and modding the game) in the way the paper claims him to. He believes the data is invalid due to sampling bias. These points have been addressed in Geosquare’s video (with the point about sampling bias being addressed along with all the other possible biases in the paper).
#65. “In an act of transparency, I’m linking a download to my 1.16 19 minute world file below. This was uploaded *less than 10 minutes after the stream*. This includes the modpacks folder, as well as logs that list every mod that was loaded at the time, no custom mods” – Dream.
#66. On December 23, 2020, Dream released his now-deleted response video on his second account, DreamXD.
#67. Shortly after the video was published, members of r/statistics claim that the numbers stated in the video were flawed in order to give him a statistical advantage, according to the Redditors the researcher made amateur-level mistakes when discussing them and did not understand the concepts they were applying.
#68. Since Dream did not release the person’s name and qualifications, people are skeptical if the undisclosed person is actually a Harvard graduate or an astrophysicist, as Dream has claimed.
#69. On December 25, 2020, Dream was interviewed by GTA speedrunner DarkViperAU and answered a lot of questions that people had asked.
#70. On December 31, 2020, a video by YouTuber Karl Jobst showed a statistical analysis using a computer simulation of a run with trillions and trillions of simulations in order to prove to disprove if Dream was cheating, and it revealed that it was impossible to be replicated, Karl Jobst then concludes, ” Given with all the available facts, Dream was playing on a modified version of Minecraft, giving him an unfair advantage”.
#71. On December 31, 2020, YouTuber AntVenom uploaded a video where he used a binomial distribution calculator to find Dream’s odds. He then removed the last run in order to eliminate bias. He used Dream’s older streams with more believable odds and combined the two together. After using the approximate number of speedruns ever done, he came to the odds that there was a 1 in 6.9+ trillion chance that Dream’s luck could have happened.
#72. On February 16, 2021, Dream deleted his response video and stated that he didn’t want new viewers to know this as it wasn’t the content that he usually makes and didn’t want people to know this happened.
#73. The cheating controversy would later become a massive running gag within the Minecraft community, being the basis of “he is just very lucky” memes that feature incredibly rare or impossible events happening in quick succession.
#74. On May 30, 2021, Dream admitted to accidentally having client modifications that affected his ender pearl and blaze rod drop rates. In his confession on a (now deleted) Pastebin, he states: “I HAD been using a disallowed modification during ~6 of my live streams on Twitch.” He also expressed that finding out about the modifications was one of the reasons he removed his response video three months prior.
#75. The Pastebin that Dream linked to in his tweet was deleted hours after it was tweeted out, and Dream subsequently deleted his original tweet. Soon, the mods have decided to remove every single run that Dream had submitted to the leaderboards, including all 3 of his former world records. Geosquare later tweeted out that he and Dream are “cool again” and that he was glad to see some closure.
#76. On June 2, 2021, Dream posted a pastebin in the Minecraft Java Edition Speedrunning Discord server as a full apology to the mods, the community, and specific people (Geosquare, Couriway, Korbanoes).
#77. He apologized to the community, Geosquare, and the mod team for “causing a shitstorm on Twitter and Youtube and elsewhere with my aggressive and condescending tweets and language” and directly apologized to Couriway and Korbanoes for previously falsely accusing them of cheating on their speedruns prior to his own speedrunning scandal.
#78. Dream acknowledges the impact of lashing out to others publicly, expressing “I’m sure that you [Geosquare] still face problems today due to the size of my audience and the harshness of my words. I apologize and I want to make it up to you in any way that I can.”
#79. As it stands now, Dream personally removed all his runs from speedrun.com and has stated he has no intentions of submitting future runs.
#80. John Swan drama: On February 14, 2021, a commentary YouTuber John Swan tweeted that Dream was a “douchebag” alongside a clip of YouTuber penguinz0 criticizing him. Several supporters of Dream replied to John Swan’s tweet.
#81. John Swan posted a response in the subreddit DreamWasTaken2, titled “What a way to milk the drama 😐”. Dream responded to the Reddit post saying that John Swan had interviewed him for his Minecraft documentary series in December 2019.
#82. Later, John changed his own profile picture and avatar pretending to be Dream sending “the n-word” as well as “sexual stuff” to multiple fans, one of whom contacted him. The comment had only received 20 likes before he posted a rebuttal to Dream’s claims.
#83. After Dream discovered John pretending to be him, Dream decided to call out him for the same, but he denied these allegations at that time, claiming he had logged into his Discord account on an autistic 12 years old friend’s computer and that the autistic 12 years old friend had “decided it would be a good idea to start trolling,” sending out the n-word as well as conversations about a “Minecraft sex mod” to others and “making hate video” on Skeppy, including YouTuber and fan of John Swan’s HarleyTBS.
#84. Shortly, John made another tweet claiming Dream was attempting to “smear his credibility”. This Twitter thread caused the drama to continue to snowball, with Dream responding to the thread, writing that he “didn’t believe” Swan’s story.
#85. “I really am not sure why you brought this to Twitter in response to a post on a random subreddit on a comment with 20 likes, but I can assume it’s just for attention. I will reply anyway though because you’re being unreasonable” – Dream’s reply on John Swan
#86. On February 16, Dream went live streaming on Twitch explaining why he didn’t believe John’s story. Over the course of the now-deleted hour-long stream, Dream showed the messages sent to HarleyTBS from John Swan’s account as well as one pretending to be Dream, comparing the language to how John Swan typically talks online. The stream itself spread throughout the internet with “caught in 4k” and “john swan lied” trending on Twitter with thousands of tweets over the next few hours.
#87. John Swan then tweeted out after discovering the trending about him getting called out. ” Why would I, as a creator wanting to get big on the platform, try to smear another popular creator by creating an alt account and sending troll messages to 1 person”
#88. Later that day, Keemstar created multiple Twitter videos asking John Swan to come on his DramaAlert show and appear in a debate with Dream. John Swan declined, telling fellow YouTuber Optimus that he was only given 10 minutes to prepare, which wasn’t enough time. Keem denied that, tweeting that he had been given at least two hours before he was set to record. When reached for comment on February 17, John Swan told Insider he “wouldn’t be doing any interviews until his response drops.”
#89. Over a week later on February 24, John Swan releases an 18-page Google Documentary and audiobook explaining his side of the story. In the documentary, he attempts to debunk every single claim made by Dream in his live stream and tweets. John Swan also attempted to hurt HarleyTBS’ credibility, writing that “you probably shouldn’t be listening to him when it comes to his takes on serious allegations.”
#90. A few days later on February 27, John Swan tweeted out that he had been lying and was involved in sending the messages. “I told a lie and I thought it would never get brought back up again,” John Swan tweeted out another. “I have let you all down. I am ashamed and disappointed in myself. And I am sorry.” shortly afterword, he deactivated his Twitter account.
#91. The same day, a YouTuber LtCobra wrote on his Twitter, claiming that he was the one on John Swan’s account and had “pretended he was good friends with dream and sent Harley dreams discord account.”
#92. Again the same day, many YouTubers such as Kavos, AugieRFC & Optimus, tweeted their fury about the situation. Dream responded with his own Twitter thread, writing that he is severely disappointed in John Swan for continuing to lie about him and very disappointed in all the commentary channels that made the narrative that he “slandered a small creator”, and that he decided he will not talk about it anymore and should forget about it.
#93 N-word usage accusation: On March 25, 2021, Geosquare, the moderator of speedrun.com, made an alternate account on Twitter and started to accuse Dream of using the N-word. He included screenshots of Minecraft and a NameMC, showing the username Dream with a skin of a ninja girl & the past usernames, showing the racial slurs usernames.
#94. He showed a video from a YouTube channel named “untrusted” of a person playing Minecraft Counter-Strike mod with his friends in 2017 and hearing somebody say the N-word, this leads to many people believing it was Dream and the drama starts to blow up, as well as other YouTubers such as Turkey Tom shared their opinion about that drama (although Turkey Tom believes his association with the drama comes from a miscommunication in which he jokingly told Dream to say the n-word).
#95. Dream tweeted out on his second account, hinted that it was not him in the video, as he only bought the Dream account in 2019. He didn’t explain this properly, as it is against the Minecraft Terms Of Service, but he then explained it properly on his private account. He also explained that the IGN “DeltaNinja” in the NameMC history wasn’t him. Sapnap & BadBoyHalo defended Dream about that drama, BadBoyHalo even tweeted out on his second account that it wasn’t Dream in the video, as he has known Dream for a while, and it didn’t sound like him.
#96. According to MC-Market, somebody named Ken sold the account “Dream” in February 2019 and Dream bought it. This proves that it wasn’t Dream saying the n-word.
#97. Before the drama went out, back in August 2020, a small YouTuber named DeltaNinja, made a video about a story how he got the username “Dream” before it was sold out to Dream in early 2019, stating that he got that from the old Dream who uses the account as a “DeltaNinja” back in 2015.
#98. And when the drama spread out. DeltaNinja made a video debunking the controversies that Dream says the N word. He stated that it was the old Dream who he knew and who likes to say racial slurs and homophobic slurs. and that the old Dream and current Dream are completely different people. After it was explained, shortly after BadBoyHalo called out Geosquare for his false information on Dream, Geosquare deleted his alt account and then he apologized on his main for his wrongdoings doing a poor investigation about Dream “N-word” situation and for accusing Dream about it.
#99. False doxxed face reveal: Someone found a picture of an overweight person from 2016 and posted it on Twitter, claiming that the overweight person is Dream, that he “catfished” his fans, and that they found out by checking the person’s and his family’s Facebook accounts. They claimed that Dream “uses” his brother as a “body double” for merchandise pictures. The post on Twitter went viral and people started to fat shame Dream and call him “ugly”.
#100. Dream tweeted on his private account again that the doxxed picture of an overweight guy wasn’t him. On June 12, 2021, Dream tweeted out a Twitlonger on his second account with the misleading title “starting my onlyfans”. Dream said that the person wasn’t him and stated that he was “doxxed” before by his ex-girlfriend Sam leaking his face when it was just a photo of Karl Jacobs that he & Karl photoshopped as an obese guy.
#101 He also stated that he doesn’t have Facebook, nor does his family. He said he had been eating a healthy diet and being in his house inside doing nothing other than working online for years. He also said that he wouldn’t let his fans or haters force him into doing a face reveal and that he’s been planning to do a face reveal at a meet and greet event.
#102. MCC16 Win: On August 30, 2021, Dream’s win on MCC16 with F1NN5TER, BadBoyHalo, and SeaPeeKay became controversial due to him not donating $50,000+ to cancer research instead of the coins that his team earned for MCC16 and for everyone letting him, Finn, Bad and SeaPeeKay win MCC16.
#103. He wrote two books years ago and stated that he might write again soon. He started planning out a book and wrote a few paragraphs in early 2019, however never finished it.
#104. He loves banana pudding.
#105. His favorite bug is the ladybug.
#106. His favorite flower is the rose.
#107. His favorite color is green.
108. He is scared of heights.
#109. He has an iPad with “George is gay” engraved on it.
#110. According to his Twitter and on a stream, he has dirty blonde hair, green eyes, and freckles. He also stated that he doesn’t wear glasses.
#111. On his Instagram, he posted pictures of him wearing merchandise, in which he showed his hair. His hair is short and appears to be dark brown in specific lighting and when wet.
#112. However, his hair is dirty blonde, leading to the speculation that the person in that photo is GeorgeNotFound and not actually Dream.
#113. He almost met Sapnap in real life three times when they were in the same cities. The first time, they didn’t meet because Dream was scared of Sapnap’s mom.
#114. When he was 13 and Sapnap was 12, he blocked Sapnap on Skype over a Minecraft game, due to a misunderstanding of the rules.
#115. According to the Pottermore Sorting Hat Quiz, which he took on one of GeorgeNotFound’s streams, his Hogwarts house is Slytherin.
#116. He has a PO box that fans can send things to. He did an unboxing video on his DreamXD channel, opening gifts he received from it.
#117. He claimed he met his friend and fellow YouTuber, GeorgeNotFound, in person for the first time on July 13, 2020, along with Wilbur Soot. It was also claimed that there would be a vlog made of the meetup which would be released on GeorgeNotFound’s channel. Wilbur said that Clay was shorter than he expected.
#118. On October 2, 2020, it was revealed on his Twitter that he never actually met up with them and all his tweets regarding his trip were all a joke.
#119. According to his now-deleted Q&A video on his second channel, he is a very sensitive and emotional person.
#120. His Twitter account username used to be @Dreamwastaken, but was changed to @Dream in September of 2020.
#121. He once ate cat poop when he was a toddler.[
#122. He was once taken to the hospital because a frog was stuck in his mouth (his father has a video of the event).
#123. He showed a picture on Twitter of when he was 10 years old, showing him on top of an alligator. This is one of the few known pictures of Dream.
#124. He was nominated for the 2020 tenth annual Streamy Awards in the Gaming and Breakout Creator categories. The Streamy Awards took place on December 13, 2020. He won the Streamy Awards in the Gaming category.
#125. He was obsessed with Percy Jackson when he was younger and loved Greek mythology.
#126. His favorite Greek God is Poseidon.
#127. The smell of coffee makes him gag.
#128. His main Twitter accounts and music channel’s profile picture were made by @nyrazzz on Twitter.
#129. He taught himself how to code.
#130. He hit 1 million Twitter followers on October 9, 2020.
#131. He used to be a Technoblade fan. Saying that his first DMs with Techno on Twitter was about how he wanted to team up with Techno in Minecraft Mondays.
#132. The profile picture that Dream Shorts has is almost the same as the profile picture of the main channel, except that his character is shorter.
#133. On April 26, 2021, the Dream Burger of MrBeast’s fast-food chain MrBeast Burger was released. It is a double smash patty with American cheese, lettuce, mayo, double pickles & extra bacon, topped with smashed avocado.
#134. On June 23, 2021, he shared his boundaries through his merchandise Discord. They are featured in the following image and can be downloaded and shared.
#135. On August 18, 2021, Dream has surpassed DanTDM in terms of subscriber count, hence making him the most subscribed Minecraft-oriented YouTuber in history.
#136. He used to be a scooter and made a montages video of scooting tricks when he was young.
#137. His Minecraft Java IGN is “Dream“.
#138. His known past IGNs include DreamAF.
#139. He co-owns and was previously a developer on BadBoyHalo‘s Minecraft server MunchyMC.
#140. He has a YouTooz collectible figure which is Dream’s likeness with a smiley mask falling into water referencing the famous scene of him falling into the void and landing on a dissipating water stream in ‘Minecraft Speedrunner vs. 2 Hunters’.
#143. In the eighth week on Minecraft Championships, he clutched his first victory from Dodgebolt, when he defeated HBomb94’s team by an arrow shot.
#144. He has a friendly rivalry with the famous Minecraft YouTuber Technoblade. They both compete for being the “best” player in Minecraft, but they are good friends otherwise.
#145. On the MrBeast Gaming channel, he and Technoblade had a duel for $100,000 to see who was the best Minecraft YouTuber and Techno won, causing a lot of conflict with the YouTuber’s fans. Dream and Techno decided to split the money before the duel. It is not known who came up with the idea.
#146. He used to be a developer on Skeppy’s server, InvadedLands.
#147. The most frequently background music that was used for Minecraft Manhunt is Bobby Cole’s “Trance Music for Racing Game“.
Channels Subscriber milestones
#148. Clay’s ‘Dream’ had his YouTube channel grown from 100 subscribers to 1 million subscribers in 5 years. He was at 100 subscribers on February 26, 2014, it jumped to 1 million on December 30, 2019.
#149. Dream’s YouTube subscribers grew from 1 million to 10 million from March 26, 2020, to September 16, 2020.
#150. Dream’s YouTube subscribers grew from 10 million on October 12, 2020, to 26.8 million on October 26, 2021, with just 107 uploaded videos.
#151. His DreamXD YouTube channel currently has 4.28 million subscribers with 56 uploaded videos.
#152. His Dream Team channel currently has 2.35 million subscribers with just 5 uploaded videos.
#153. His Dream Shorts YouTube channel has 1.97 million as of October 2021.
#154. Minecraft Manhunt YouTube channel has 806K subscribers as of October 2021.
#155. His Dream Music YouTube channel has 1.74 million subscribers in October 2021.
#156. Dream is notable for the quotes/phrases: “LET’S GOOO!”, “I’m out of prison!”, “I wanna see white flags! White flags! Outside your base, by tomorrow, at dawn, or you are DEAD!”, “This is war. We show no mercy! NO MERCY!”, “I DISOWN YOU!”, “ALL IS FAIR IN WAR, SAPNAP!”, “Leave me alone!”, “Two batches? I’M DEAD!! OH MY GOD, I’M STUPID!!”, “Every kiss begins with gay.”, “Will you have sex with me?” No, “Will you please reconsider?”, “It’s like me, but I’m hard.”, “I GOT THE FUCKING 8 BALL AGAIN! WHAT THE FRICK!”, “Oh he’s mad.”, “That was my keyboard, okay? I promise you.”, “NO YOU VILLAGER, YOU MOTHER-“,
Social Media Accounts
#157. YouTube Accounts: Dream, DreamXD, Dream Shorts, Dream Music, Minecraft Manhunt,
#159. Facebook: DreamWasTaken
#160. Instagram; @dreamwastaken
How much does Dream Earn?
#165. YouTuber Clay Dream makes an income of $519 – $8.3K in a day from YouTube ads, according to Social Blade.
#166. Dream earns a revenue of $3.6K – $58.2K in a week from YouTube.
#167. Dream makes $15.6K – $249.2K in a month from YouTube ads.
#168. In a year, YouTuber Dream makes a salary of $186.9K – $3M from YouTube ads.
What is Dream’s net worth?
#169. Dream has an estimated net worth of $13.67 million in 2021, this is per a report by Net Worth Spot.
#170. YouTuber Dream’s sources of income are YouTube ads, sponsorships, partnerships, and the selling of merchandise.