Who is Dream aka Clay? Minecraft YouTuber reveals his face during livestream for the first time

'Hi, my name is Clay, otherwise known as Dream', Dream said in the five-minute YouTube video that has been viewed more than 23 million times

Who is Dream aka Clay? Minecraft YouTuber reveals his face during livestream for the first time
YouTuber Dream finally revealed his face during a livestream (Dream/YouTube)
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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: YouTube gaming sensation Dream has revealed his "true identity," and the star decided to reveal his face online. The gamer has 30 million subscribers worldwide and is a champion Minecraft video creator. He has been covering his face with a smiley face mask, which he decided to take off during a livestream at the weekend.

His devoted followers were always curious about who he was and had urged him earlier too, but the YouTuber loved to keep a mystery around his real identity. His popularity has rocketed in recent times along with an ever-growing fan base.

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"Hi, my name is Clay, otherwise known as Dream," Dream said in the five-minute YouTube video that has been viewed more than 23 million times. The reason that led him to unmask himself was announced by him. He shared on his Twitter post that he is going to meet his online friend and another YouTuber GeorgeNotFound, who is soon planning to visit him "for the first time."

He then reasoned that rather than "spending time locked away in private or with a mask on his face the whole time, it made sense and the perfect time to finally come out of hiding." From now on the fans will be able to see YouTuber Dream on more public forums and participate in "meeting creators" and "being a person."

Further, many experts suggest that he will be part of many more "IRL content" in the coming days. However, there is no clarity whether Dream will still be using the smiley face mask during his livestreaming. “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,” he tweeted earlier.

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Dream had said on several previous occasions that he had clarity on when to reveal his face in the future, and had emphasized that he would make sure to take "full advantage" of the moment when he decides to go public with his real identity.

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Interestingly, another online sensation Trisha Paytas was referred to as "cruel and selfish" after she revealed the name of their daughter, a month old while being live on YouTube. Also, the social media famous personality had to come out and ended speculations regarding her newborn as a reincarnation of Queen Elizabeth II.

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The 34-year-old artist wrote while sharing multiple photos of her and the baby, "She has arrived. Malibu Barbie Paytas-Hacmon born 09.14.22 at 8.9 lbs and 21 1/2."

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