Dream teases “massive” collaboration for SMP server

YouTube star Dream has announced a big upcoming collaboration for its hugely popular survival multiplayer Minecraft server – and fans couldn’t be more excited

Dream is one of the most popular gaming influencers on YouTube, best known for his Minecraft videos and streams.

With over 29 million subscribers on the platform, Dream is a “faceless” creator, meaning he never shows his face and instead wears a mask — and even uses virtual avatars — to avoid being recognized.

That hasn’t diminished its popularity, however, nor that of its comrades like Minecraft creators Ranboo, Tommyinnit, and others, who attended this year’s VidCon to be cheered on by a massive crowd of fans.

To celebrate this monumental fan participation, Dream announced on Twitter that its hugely popular survival multiplayer server, the Dream SMP, is getting a surprise collaboration in the near future.

“Good time to say that there will be massive news on Dream SMP in collaboration soon,” he wrote. “Write the dream SMP in the resuscitation book this summer.”

“Everyone on the VidCon stage does such a great job,” he continued. “And the fans? It’s great to see people so excited about something we’ve all spent so much time on.”

After some fans wondered if he was actually at VidCon, Dream joked that he was “hiding in the crowd”.

It’s unclear what this big collaboration will be, but fans are already positing all the possible possibilities.

This wouldn’t be Dream’s first major collaboration either; Earlier this year, Dream teamed up with YouTube star MrBeast to get his own burger at MrBeast Burger, complete with a green avocado.

Whatever the SMP collaboration ends up being, fans can’t wait, so stay tuned to Dexerto for the latest influencer news.

https://www.dexerto.com/entertainment/dream-teases-massive-collaboration-for-smp-server-1855251/ Dream teases “massive” collaboration for SMP server

Emma James

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