Jeremy “Disguised Toast” Wang has announced on Twitter, that he will be bringing his talents to Facebook Gaming. Toast decided to follow the Twitch exodus and become the first major streamer to join Facebook Gaming. Facebook currently has more than 2.4 billion users and 700 million who tune into gaming related content. This is what makes Toast believe that he is going to be able to bring his streaming to new horizons.
Disguised Toast has one of the most viewed streams when it comes to Hearthstone and other auto-chess style games.
Secure the bag alert. You know damn well Zuck threw bills at Toast. I mean, why else would you want to stream on a platform that has been trying to make live streaming a thing for years now? It hasn’t been able to get far off the ground from what I’ve seen, and I know me personally when I see a live stream I just scroll by it. Remember when Facebook was going to be the new main broadcasting platform for CS:GO Pro League and ESL One? That deal was cut short because the viewership was trash. Does that show that esports and video game streams aren’t meant for Facebook? A website where people want to complain about city politics, and buy used purses from a shop and swap? Or is it that people don’t want to watch CS:GO? Well, even with Fornite’s “The End” event, the viewership on Facebook was pretty much nonexistent. It’s hard to tell, but I’m going to go with majority of the audience on Facebook don’t want to watch competitive games. And maybe that’s where these laid back auto-chess games have a spot to shine. Who knows.
Disguised Toast is a good dude and I genuinely hope things go well. I mean, he even took his $20k for announcement video production, and donated it to the Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles – what an unreal move. But due to the track record of these streaming platform moves, this is the one i’m least confident about.
Latest posts by Chris P (see all)
- You Can Now Fuck in Animal Crossing With a Switch Compatible Buttplug - July 2, 2020
- Twitch Viewer Suing Twitch For $25M For Being Very Horny - June 24, 2020
- Mixer Closing It’s Doors and Partnering With Facebook Gaming - June 22, 2020