Who is GeorgeNotFound? Everything to know about the Dream SMP co-founder

The friendly creator is beloved by the Minecraft community.

Images via GeorgeNotFound on Instagram, GeorgeNotFound on YouTube | Remix by Kacee Fay

George “GeorgeNotFound” Davidson, also known as “Gogy” or “GNF,” is a popular Minecraft creator who rose to fame alongside fellow creator and close friend Dream. He is primarily known for his Minecraft videos that usually feature some form of a Minecraft challenge.

GeorgeNotFound has been on and off of YouTube since 2013 but started consistently uploading in 2019. The Minecraft star has over 10.5 million subscribers on YouTube and 4.9 million followers on Twitch.

He uploads and streams semi-regularly but does not have a consistent schedule.

Screengrab via GeorgeNotFound on YouTube

Viewers can always count on a GeorgeNotFound stream during the MC Championships (MCC). The Minecraft tournament generally occurs on a monthly basis and GeorgeNotFound is a regular participant who has competed in 19 of the 30 MCC events as of October 2022.

He is also the co-founder of the popular Dream SMP Minecraft server. GeorgeNotFound and Dream started the server in 2020 and it has since evolved into a roleplay-centric server where the creators involved tell stories and interact as characters in a manner that is similar to if they were actors on a television show.

Image via karljacobs/sapnapinsta on Instagram

GeorgeNotFound, at a glance

  • Real Name: George Davidson
  • Age: 25
  • Birthday: Nov. 1, 1996
  • Nationality: British
  • Partner: None
  • Awards:
    • Guinness World Record for most viewers of a cooking livestream on Twitch
  • Org: None
Screengrab via GeorgeNotFound on YouTube

What games does GeorgeNotFound play?

The Minecraft star does not stream very often and has just over 301 hours in the Minecraft category, according to TwitchTracker. This is his highest category on both of his Twitch accounts as he generally sticks to playing Minecraft.

GeorgeNotFound sometimes plays other games like CS:GO, Fortnite, Genshin Impact, and GeoGuessr. He can also be seen on other streamers’ channels both in voice chat just chatting and while playing group games like Among Us, Gang Beasts, or Jackbox.

Image via GeorgeNotFound on Instagram

What is GeorgeNotFound’s streaming setup?

GeorgeNotFound recently moved from England to America and is now living with Dream and Sapnap in the Dream Team house. The trio mentioned new streaming setups as part of the home. Therefore, GeorgeNotFound’s setup is likely entirely new and different from previously shared information. If or when GeorgeNotFound shares hit setup, this information will be updated to reflect any changes.

GeorgeNotFound’s gaming PC setup:

  • Keyboard: Corsair K95 RGB Platinum XT Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
  • Mouse: Logitech G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse
  • Headset: SteelSeries Arctis 7 – Lossless Wireless Gaming Headset
  • Monitor: Acer Nitro VG271 Pbmiipx 27 Inches Full HD (1920 x 1080) IPS Monitor
  • Microphone: Shure SM7B Vocal Microphone with Cloud Microphones Cloudlifter
  • Microphone Arm: Rode PSA1
  • CPU: Intel Core i9-9900K
  • PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 850W Power Supply
  • Memory: Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 32GB
  • Mobo: Gigabyte Z390 AORUS Elite Fusion/Gaming Motherboard

How much does GeorgeNotFound make?

The Minecraft star is not consistent on any one platform and thus his earnings are somewhat difficult to precisely measure. The majority of his revenue probably comes from YouTube but a decent amount likely comes from his Twitch streams through subscriptions and donations as well.

GeorgeNotFound’s YouTube videos receive anywhere from one to 40 million views. On average, he receives about 10 to 25 million views per video, but this number fluctuates quite a bit. Based on these numbers and the fact that YouTubers make about a few dollars per every thousand views, it is estimated that the creator makes somewhere around $30,000 to $80,000 per month from YouTube.

Screengrab via Not GeorgeNotFound on YouTube

His viewer count on Twitch generally ranges from 40,000 to 60,000 but he also consistently peaks at higher numbers like 100,000, especially on days like when the MC Championship (MCC) tournament occurs, and his peak viewership was just over 387,000. He currently has about 2,000 subscriptions on Twitch but has had a maximum of about 22,000 before and these numbers fluctuate drastically with his streaming schedule.

Considering all of these statistics combined, GeorgeNotFound’s net worth is likely somewhere around $1.6 to $2 million. In general, he likely makes about $75,000 to $150,000 per month depending on how active he is during that month and what exactly he does during that time period.

Image via GeorgeNotFound on Instagram

Where is GeorgeNotFound from?

GeorgeNotFound was born and raised in London, England. While he has lived there for the entirety of his streaming career, the Minecraft star recently attained his U.S. visa in September 2022 and permanently moved to Orlando, Florida. He now resides in “The Dream Team house” alongside fellow creators and Dream Team members Dream and Sapnap.

Image via GeorgeNotFound on Instagram

Why is GeorgeNotFound so popular?

GeorgeNotFound’s YouTube videos are his primary source of popularity. The Minecraft creator’s videos regularly feature him alongside his friends, usually the rest of the Dream Team which includes Dream and Sapnap, as they face some variation of a Minecraft challenge. One of his most popular series is the “Minecraft, But My Friend is My Pet” series where Dream is turned into a Minecraft mob and the duo tries to beat the game while also keeping Dream alive.

He was also the very first hunter in Dream’s Minecraft Manhunt series and has remained a hunter throughout the entire duration of the series. The creator is known for starring in his friend’s videos, including Dream, Sapnap, Quackity, Karl Jacobs, and BadBoyHalo.

Screengrab via Not GeorgeNotFound on YouTube

Of all the creators and characters on the Dream SMP Minecraft server, GeorgeNotFound’s characters story is one of the most talked-about due to its unique nature. His character canonically sleeps all the time and the line between what is real and what is not is heavily blurred by the lore GeorgeNotFound has provided through his character.

GeorgeNotFound will regularly have a series of chaotic events happen only to then wake up from them like they never happened. A prime example that left the community shocked was when the Minecraft star destroyed the entire Dream SMP server only to wake up at the end and reveal that it was all, once again, just in his characters’ dreams.

Image via GeorgeNotFound on Instagram

In August 2022, GeorgeNotFound joined Karl Jacobs and Sapnap as the third co-host of the Banter podcast. In addition to episodes that feature just the trio talking about anything and everything, stars like MrBeast, Dream, and Mark Cuban have joined the group for special installments of the podcast.

Banter is highly successful and was at one point Spotify’s top podcast. But the trio is oftentimes inconsistent with their uploading schedule and the podcast has thus fluctuated on the charts since.

GeorgeNotFound’s most popular YouTube video

GeorgeNotFound’s most popular video is “Minecraft, But I’m Not Colorblind Anymore…,” which boasts over 43 million views. In this video, the colorblind creator wears special glasses that allow him to see colors as they usually appear for the first time. Dream also appears in this video.

So what’s next for GeorgeNotFound?

The Minecraft star attained his visa in September 2022 and moved to America to live in “The Dream Team house” alongside fellow creators Dream and Sapnap. Almost immediately after moving to Florida, GeorgeNotFound then attended TwitchCon San Diego and now plans to focus on creating more IRL content alongside his friends.

While GeorgeNotFound previously created a dedicated vlog channel, the Minecraft star seems to have instead chosen to upload all of his future vlogging content on his main channel. This is likely due to a conversation he had with MrBeast during a recent installment of the Banter podcast where he discussed the matter with the YouTube star.

Upon attaining his visa, GeorgeNotFound uploaded his first vlog titled “I Met Dream in Real Life,” documenting the entire process from the moment that he discovered his visa was approved to the moment he met Dream and officially moved in. Now, the Minecraft star plans to create more vlogging content featuring himself, the Dream Team, and other creator friends, although fans can expect to see more Minecraft content as well.

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Kacee Fay
Staff Writer at Dot Esports primarily covering Minecraft, Genshin Impact, Honkai: Star Rail, MC Championship (MCC), Disney Dreamlight Valley, general gaming, and streaming. She has been avidly writing and gaming her whole life and now spends her time combining the two. Kacee graduated from San Diego State University in 2021 with a Bachelor’s Degree in English and a Certificate in Creative Editing and Publishing. She then joined Dot Esports as a Freelance Writer in 2022 before transitioning to a Staff Writer in 2023. In her spare time, she enjoys buying more books than she can read, gaming alone or with friends, drinking too much tea, struggling to keep up with all of the streamers she loves to watch, attending concerts, fangirling over movies and television, listening to music, and spending time with her family, friends, and pets, who are the most important parts of her world.