Ranboo plays video games
Ranboo is from the United States
Ranboo is male
Ranboo created their account in 2020
Ranboo is a Content Creator on YouTube

Ranboo (born: January 22, 2003 – April 8, 2004 [age 16–17]) is an American YouTuber and streamer known for his Minecraft content. He is a member of the Dream SMP.

Personal life

Ranboo was born between January 22, 2003[1][2] and April 8, 2004[3] in the United States. He is 6'6" (198 centimeters) tall.[4] He is a Christian.[5]

His first name is speculated to be Mark, as jokingly revealed in YouTuber Tubbo's Twitch stream.[6]


On January 30, 2020, Ranboo's channel was created. On August 13, 2020, he uploaded the first video on the channel called "I decided to play skywars, it was a nightmare" which is a video of him playing Skywars.

Ranboo started streaming on his Twitch account somewhere around the beginning of October. The exact date is unknown since his first stream got deleted months ago, But the tweet he made on October 6th, 2020 shows that he was actively streaming on his Twitch account around that time.


When he first started his channel he only got 13 subscribers. However, he experienced massive growth when he told his stream chat that he would become the king of the Dream SMP without even being a member. This made Dream, Punz, and many other popular YouTubers follow him on Twitch, and eventually Dream invited him to join the Dream SMP, and Ranboo grew from having 13 subscribers to 13,000 subscribers.


On January 11, 2021, Ranboo announced the creation of the "RanbooLIVE" channel, which he would use to upload Twitch VODs twice a week.[7]

Dream SMP

Ranboo was invited to join the Dream SMP on November 27, 2020.[8] He received the invitation on one of his streams, where he made a joke about running for president in L'manburg since he wasn't on the server yet. By luck, he got raided by 2 Dream SMP members who were apparently watched by Dream. Midway through the stream, Ranboo was invited to the Dream SMP.

On the server, Ranboo helped TommyInnit rob George's house and forgot about it due to his character's canonical memory problems. (George's house being robbed and griefed by Ranboo and Tommy) Due to this, Tommy was put on trial and later exiled from L'manburg. Ranboo was exempted from the crime because Tommy had taken the blame. (The Trial).

Ranboo was later added to the Butcher Army (a group formed to kill enemies of L'manburg) and helped in Technoblade's capture. However, he did not actively attempt to stop Technoblade from escaping and gave him and Tommy a Christmas gift. In said gift, there was a mysterious book titled "CHRISTMAS LMAO" written strangely. Piecing together the first letters of certain lines spelled out "HELP", and it is unknown whether this was intentional. As of the present, he is decorating for an upcoming festival in L'manburg.


  • His favorite color is royal blue.
  • He owns a Discord server named "Ranboo's No-Crime Cult!" with over 100,000 members.
  • Ranboo has been blocked by Tubbo for saying Nae nae before you get a whoopin on Twitter.[9]
  • He has forced Eret to read fanfiction of Shrek from the DreamWorks franchise of the same name.


  • They say I'm built different, and I am built different in the fact that I have no moral backbone.
  • A pity pickaxe? Tommy, you have to realize that nothing I ever did for you was out of pity. Nothing.
  • I don't need to watch the streams anymore! I can just join and ruin the bits!
  • Dream SMP: where the server is normal, but the people are not.
  • It looks like a detonator!

Subscriber milestones

Note: The following dates are according to Social Blade. Dates may vary by one or two days due to differences in time zones.

  • 1,000 subscribers: September 13, 2020
  • 10,000 subscribers: September 26, 2020
  • 25,000 subscribers: October 8, 2020[10]
  • 40,000 subscribers: October 13, 2020[11]
  • 50,000 subscribers: October 15, 2020[12]
  • 100,000 subscribers: October 30, 2020[13]
  • 150,000 subscribers: November 28, 2020
  • 200,000 subscribers: December 5, 2020
  • 300,000 subscribers: December 13, 2020
  • 400,000 subscribers: December 20, 2020
  • 500,000 subscribers: December 30, 2020
  • 600,000 subscribers: January 6, 2021
  • 700,000 subscribers: January 16, 2021



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