Twitch star Dream reveals his face for the first time in front of 1.3million on YouTube – The Scottish Sun
MILLIONS have flocked to YouTube to see Twitch star Dream reveal his face for the very first time.
The Minecraft gamer showed all to more than 1.3million eager fans.
Seven hours after the video went live and over 13million have now watched for a glimpse.
“What do I do?” Dream nervously says in the video.
“Do I just rip the Band-Aid off and turn around?”
He spent the first minute or so of the five minute clip stalling, before finally unveiling himself to the world.
Dream shared that his real name is actually Clay.
The YouTuber said he finally decided to reveal his face as fellow gamer GeorgeNotFound is moving from the US to the UK to live with him.
“My goal was to just start doing things, get out, meet creators, say hi to my friends finally, just get out in the world, be an actual creator, be a person,” Dream explained.
I’ve been bunkered up… the people (who) have been trying to leak my face, trying to find what I look like… there’s too many, it’s a tiny bit too much.”
He added: “This is me… unless I’m an actor.”
Dream said he spent the last few days face revealing to online friends.
He also assured fans he plans to carry on making the same content and won’t add a face cam to his videos.
But he does plan to do more videos of him and friends in real-life.
Dream has 30.5million subscribers on YouTube and 6.2million on Twitch.
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