Popular Minecraft YouTuber Dream has reached another big milestone in his career.
Dream has continued to be one of the most popular Minecraft content creators in the world despite never revealing his identity or face. In fact, that’s part of his allure with his young fans along with his impressive Minecraft gameplay. Dream is known for his rabidly loyal fanbase, which sometimes results in some toxic drama, but it’s also what has kept him at the top of the charts.
Now, Dream has shared the next milestone in his Minecraft career. He recently advanced to a new high for his YouTube subscriber count, something that fans are celebrating.
Dream reaches 30 million subscribers on YouTube
Dream has become one of the largest creators on all of YouTube, not just within the Minecraft and gaming community. Dream recently reached 30 million subscribers on YouTube, making him one of the biggest channels on the video platform.
“We did it,” Dream said on Twitter.
Dream went on to say that his fans have helped him live his “dream” every day and made him “feel like a kid again.”
Dream’s massive fandom responded positively to the announcement, including many large content creators. Sapnap, Captain Puffy, GeorgeNotFound, and more congratulated Dream on Twitter. The excitement was evident across the Minecraft community and beyond.
One fan noted that Dream can soon “ratio” Canada. The country has around 38 million citizens. This put the accomplishment into perspective, showing just how large Dream’s fanbase has become.
Who is the most popular YouTuber?
Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg is still the biggest gaming channel on YouTube with over 111 million subscribers. While his content has shifted to vlog-style content as of late, PewDiePie is known for his meme compilations, playing horror games, and his You Laugh, You Lose series. His fans have expressed appreciation for his continued vlogs despite his insane success and ability to retire completely.