Popular YouTuber Dream has only been recognised by his fans as a cartoon cheerful face for many years.
The online Minecraft enthusiast, who has 30 million fans, never moves a mouse during streams, but he does occasionally show up on camera wearing a mask.
But as his buddies, as well as other YouTubers, made videos seemingly in response to Dream sans his mask, everything seemed poised to change.
Then he uploaded a video in which he first showed his face.
The most popular Dream videos, including one that has had more than 115 million views, have tens of millions of views and are both about the best-selling video game in the world, Minecraft.
In a five-minute video that has received more than 12 million views, he introduced himself as “Clay, also known as Dream.”
He claimed he wanted to be able to go out more now that a friend was moving to the US, where Dream is situated, without being concerned about leaks or rumours.
Dream stated, “I’ve been secluded.” It’s a little bit excessive that people are attempting to reveal my face and learn how I seem.
He claimed that while his face wouldn’t appear in his Minecraft videos, he might start working with his pals to create “IRL content” (material filmed in real life).
Dream presented his face to a few select people in the days prior to his public debut, inviting them to share their responses online.
One individual, Karl Jacobs, who claimed to be one of Dream’s closest friends, observed that Dream “looked like a baseball player.”
A video of Dream showing his face to well-known technology YouTuber Marques Brownlee has gained roughly a million views, despite the fact that the two had never talked before meeting virtually.
“This channel is evidence that anyone can accomplish anything, according to Dream.”
“I don’t want to expose my face because I don’t want to diminish the truth that Dream might have been anyone from anywhere. I will always be grateful to my subscribers and fans. “You guys are awesome.”