Dream Net Worth: How Much Is He Really Worth?

With over 30 million subscribers on his main YouTube channel, Dream is one of the most popular Minecraft YouTubers. As he has risen to fame at such a young age, it is no surprise that so many people are eager to know how much he is worth.

So let’s break it down:

Dream has an estimated net worth of around $10 million. He has earned most of this through his YouTube channel, with ads appearing on his videos, Patreon subscribers, and his various brand deals and sponsors.

In this article, we’re going to dive further into his net worth to give fans an inside peek at Dream’s YouTube rise, as well as look at how he’s managed to build up this impressive fortune while still being so young.

Who is Dream?

Dream is a professional YouTuber and gamer known for his Minecraft videos and speed runs. Unlike more “mainstream” YouTube gamers like Jacksepticeye or Markiplier, Dream focuses mainly on Minecraft.

Dream often collaborates with other creators Sapnap and GeorgeNotFound, and collectively they’re known as the “Dream Team”.

His real name is Clay, but he’s managed to keep most of his private life discreet.

What we do know is that Dream is 23 years old and was born on 12 August 1999.

The American YouTuber has been teasing a face reveal since 2020, when he really rose in prominence, acquiring almost 10 million subscribers in a single year.

His face, and his true identity, however, have not been revealed to the general public as of yet, much like Corpse Husband, another popular faceless YouTuber.

Where does Dream live?

Dream lives in Orlando, Florida with Sapnap in the Dream Team House. At some point in 2022, GoergeNotFound is expected to join the pair in the Dream Team House, which should allow them all to create videos together more easily.

How much is Dream worth?

Dream has a net worth of approximately $10 million.

He has over 30 million subscribers on his main YouTube channel and earns through YouTube ads, Patreon, sponsors, and merchandise.

Note: As Dream’s real identity is not public knowledge, this net worth estimation is based purely on his persona as “Dream”. It could be that he has many additional investments and larger assets tied to his real identity which we cannot account for here.

When did Dream start on YouTube?

Dream created his main YouTube channel on 8 February 2014. It was only until 6 July 2019, however, that he uploaded his first video titled “this cursed Minecraft video will trigger you…”.

To date, his most popular video is “Minecraft Speedrunner VS 3 Hunters GRAND FINALE” uploaded on 7 August 2020, and has already garnered over 114 million views.

Other popular videos include his “Minecraft Speedrunner VS 4 Hunters” video, with over 90 million views, and his “Minecraft Speedrunner VS 5 Hunters REMATCH” video which has gained over 78 million views since it was uploaded on 9 July 2021.

How much money does Dream make on YouTube?

Dream has over 30 million subscribers on his main YouTube channel and over 2.6 billion views. This equates to approximately $10.7 million from ads appearing on his videos and does not include merchandise, Patreon, sponsors, and his other business ventures.

Dream has a number of other YouTube channels, Here’s a breakdown of how much he is estimated to have made with all of his channels:

ChannelNo. of ViewsAdSense Earnings
Dream2.68 billion$10.7 million
DreamXD255 million$1.02 million
Dream Team Gaming33 million$132,000
Minecraft Manhunt3.1 million$12,400
Dream Music70 million$49,000
Dream Tech4.3 million$17,200
Dream Shorts226 million$15,820*

All of these are the estimated amounts generated over the life of each channel and only the income generated from YouTube ads appearing on videos. Again, this does not account for other revenue streams such as merchandise or sponsorships.

*The shorts channel would’ve earned via the Shorts Fund.

From all of his channels, Dream has made approximately $12 million from YouTube ads alone.

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Note: The above YouTube income estimates have been made using our YouTube Money Calculator. This YouTube calculator factors in the most important variables that affect how much a channel can earn, unlike many that provide a large and vague range.

How much money does Dream make per month?

Dream is estimated to make approximately $416,000 per month in total revenue. This revenue is generated primarily through YouTube AdSense, merchandise, sponsors, and other business ventures.

Dream generates approximately $221,000 from YouTube AdSense per month (depending on the number of video views received that month) across all of his channels.

The most recent month would’ve brought in this estimation and is broken down as follows:

ChannelMonthly ViewsAdSense Income
Dream50.2 million$200,800
DreamXD4.62 million$18,480
Dream Team Gaming179,000$716
Minecraft Manhunt115,000$460
Dream Music929,000$650
Dream Tech44,700$178
Dream Shorts2.46 million$172

In addition to AdSense, Dream earns at least $2,000 per month from Patreon.

Regarding sponsored videos, Dream averages around 24 million views per video, with an average sponsored post fee of $30 per 1000 views, he most likely earns around $720,000 per sponsored video on his main channel (where he doesn’t upload very often).

Final thoughts on Dream’s net worth

Dream is a successful YouTuber and professional gamer who has amassed an impressive fortune primarily from his YouTube activities.

Dream has a net worth of around $10 million, and it’s safe to say that this is only the beginning. We can expect to see much more from this modern online gamer and internet entrepreneur.

As he continues to produce popular content and make videos with his friends, it’s likely that his popularity and fame will continue to grow.

David Woutersen

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David is the founder of Outofthe925.com and has been in the social media industry since 2017. Since then, his mission has been to help others take control of their online presence. For some, this has been earning an income online, while for others, it's teaching how to use social networks more effectively. And each year, he continues to help millions with strategy, troubleshooting, and inspiration.