split image of Dream icon and his two certificates

Are you subscribed to Dream on YouTube?

If so, you’ve helped him achieve TWO Guinness World Records titles:

  • Most subscribers for a dedicated Minecraft channel on YouTube
  • Most viewed Minecraft gameplay video on YouTube

Dream has over 30 million subscribers and the number keeps on going up!

The record-breaking video is titled "Minecraft Speedrunner VS 3 Hunters GRAND FINALE", with over 114 million views. Were you one of them?

Because Dream has never revealed his real identity, fellow YouTuber and record breaker JackSucksAtLife volunteered to take some pictures with Dream’s certificates instead. 😂

After achieving his own record for the most channels with over 100,000 subscribers (11), Jack has been helping his friends, such as TommyInnit, GeorgeNotFound and Dream, achieve their own Guinness World Records titles.

JackSucksatLife with Dream's certificates

Dream created his YouTube account back in 2014 – it may be older than you are!

He only posts Minecraft-related videos and he is best known for his 'Dream SMP' server, which is incredibly popular and has been played by other YouTubers such as Lazarbeam, Wilbur Soot and Vikkstar123. 🤩

Another popular series is 'Minecraft Manhunt', where his friends attempt to kill him in the game before he can destroy the Ender Dragon. 🐲

Across all his channels, Dream has a combined 44 million subscribers! 😲

He is one of the most popular Minecraft players ever and his smiley-faced character skin is now iconic amongst the community.

The two Guinness World Records certificates in Dream's office

Released 11 years ago, in 2011, Minecraft is still one of the most popular games in the world. 🎮

10-year-old kids who played it back then are now aged 21 and many of them are still in love with the game!

Minecraft is the world’s highest grossing indie videogame (which means it has earned more money than any other independent videogame).

It is also the best selling videogame on non-console formats. When it was awarded this record in 2015 it had sold 18,910,800 copies on just PC and Mac.

And just in case you were wondering, here are TommyInnit’s records:

  • Most followed Minecraft channel on Twitch
  • Most viewers of a Minecraft gameplay livestream on Twitch (in which he played on the Dream SMP server)

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Header image credit: Left - Dream/YouTube, Right - JackSucksAtLife