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August 12, 1999
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Clay (born August 12, 1999) is an American Youtuber and Minecraft gamer who is famous for his skill at Minecraft, his world record speedruns, and his Minecraft Manhunt series.
Early life and youtube career
Dream was born on August 12, 1999, the second of four children. Dream started his Youtube channel on February 8, 2014 where uploaded a now deleted video of him playing Minecraft with his friend. He was also admin of BadBoyHalo's Minecraft Server for a short period of time where he would meet GeorgeNotFound, Sapnap, and BadBoyHalo. Dream went quiet for the next 3 to 4 years until he and a few other coders started a project to find the seed of PewDiePie's Minecraft world. He gained attention after the video was uploaded and begin a series called "Minecraft Unsolved" where he analyzes strange things within Minecraft world. 
Minecraft manhunt and speedruns
On December 26, 2019, Dream uploaded a video call "Beating Minecraft But My Friend Tries To Stop Me", the first of many Minecraft Manhunt videos to be uploaded. Minecraft Manhunt is a game in Minecraft where the one player will attempt to beat the game while number of other players are hunting him down to kill him. The Hunters have infinite lives, so even if the Speedrunner kills them, they'll come back and try to get him again. To win, the Hunters have to kill the Speedrunner before he can defeat the Ender Dragon.  Eventually, Dream would do more Minecraft Manhunts, adding two hunters instead of one (GeorgeNotFound and Sapnap). He later adds BadBoyHalo into the group, and five more manhunt challenges with all of his friends including "Minecraft Speedrunner VS 3 hunters GRAND FINALE" which is Dream's most popular video. Recently he added Antfrost into the Manhunt, making it 4 hunters. 
World record speedruns
On March 3, 2020, Dream recorded his first world record, "Minecraft Speed World Record 1.14" a video that would be uploaded into his channel where he beat the game in 32 minutes and 21 seconds. He continued to break his record as his lowest time is 22 minutes and 4 seconds on June 11, 2020. He held the record about two months until Koranoes broke it with a time of 21 minutes and 26 seconds.
Dream in the media
- Unknown, Clay. "Dream". Youtube. Retrieved 22 October 2020.
- Unknown, Clay. "Dream". Twitter. Retrieved 22 October 2020.
- Federowicz, Evan. "Looking For a Minecraft Speed Run Video That Is A Bit Different? Then Minecraft Manhunt Videos May Be Perfect". HappyGamer. Retrieved 24 September 2020.
- Williams, Callum. "What is Minecraft Manhunt?". GameRant. Retrieved 22 October 2020.
- B., Urian. "'Minecraft Manhunt': How a 'Minecraft' Speedrunner Beat 4 Hunters Like YouTuber Dream Did". Tech Times. Retrieved 22 October 2020.
- "Minecraft Speedrun World Record 1.14". Speedrun.com. Retrieved 30 September 2020.
- "Minecraft Speedrun World Record 1.15". Speedrun.com. Retrieved 30 September 2020.
- "Minecraft Speedrun Leaderboard "Random SeedG". Speedrun.com. Retrieved 30 September 2020.
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