DisguisedToast Ditches Twitch for Facebook Gaming

Liana Ruppert,

November 22, 2019 3:19 AM

More and more streamers are jumping the Twitch train, the latest being Jeremy 'DisguisedToast' Wang with a swap over to the Facebook Gaming side.

It seems that every month a new report of a popular streaming personality leaving Twitch makes its rounds on the internet, the latest being Jeremy 'DisguisedToast' Wang as he relocates to the Facebook Gaming community.

Following the exit of names like Michael 'Shroud' Grzesiek and Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins, the number of streamers making the leap away from the platform that launched many streaming careers continues to grow. 

DisguisedToast is most known for streaming Teamfight Tactics and he shook his community up when he first hinted at the big move earlier this week. 

After much speculation that he was moving to Mixer like his predecessors, it turns out he was waiting to rep team blue over at Facebook. He took to his Twitter to reveal the big news with his own message, though much less flashy than his previous streamer counterparts:

With Twitch being the reigning kings of streaming, it's interesting to see so many big-name streamers making this change. The Twitch community has definitely seen some discourse over the past several years, mainly with its seemingly contradicting community standards and where they choose to enforce their ToS, which has given a shining spotlight to growing competitors like YouTube, Mixer, and Facebook Gaming. 

In his video seen above, he talks about how Facebook has a global outreach of more than 2.4 billion active users with a 700 million chunk focusing on gaming. “One of my favorite things about streaming is that I get to engage with viewers from across the world,” the new face of Facebook Gaming said.

“Throughout my career, I’ve made it a priority to learn about different cultures and experiences. My move to Facebook will give me a larger platform to share my voice with a global audience and hear their perspectives on the gaming landscape.”

It'll be interesting to see how his career changes after this but for now, we which the new Facebook Gaming streamer the best of luck in his endeavors. 


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