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Popular streamer Jeremy ‘DisguisedToast’ Wang announced that he’ll be leaving Twitch and will be streaming exclusively on Facebook Gaming.
Huge Twitch streamer personalities have announced their move to a new streaming platform, like Tyler ‘Ninja’ Belvins and Micheal ‘Shroud’ Grzesiek, both now streaming on Mixer. Viewers are now waiting for the next big star to announce his move, and apparently, it’s DisguisedToast this time.
DisguisedToast hinted on Twitter saying “I want to MIX things up” and stated that he has an announcement on Friday. Fans quickly assumed that their favorite streamer will be moving to Mixer just like other big names did.
I want to tell YOU all something.— Disguised Toast (@DisguisedToast) November 21, 2019
It's time to FACE the facts.
I have to MIX things up.
Announcement this Friday...
The popular streamer shared his reason behind making the move, mentioning that Facebook is a great platform for him to expand and grow as a streamer especially that it holds more than 2.4 billion active users, 700 million of whom watch gaming content.
“One of my favorite things about streaming is that I get to engage with viewers from across the world,” DisguisedToast 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.”
DisguisedToast said that he feels both Facebook and himself share the same mindset when it comes to giving back and helping people. He will be donating his first month’s donations to St.Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
“Facebook Gaming and I share a deep understanding of the importance of giving back and helping others. I have always admired Facebook’s proactive approach to philanthropy, and I am excited about working together to support children and families in need.”
With big Twitch streamers making the move to YouTube, Mixer, and now Facebook, creating more competition between different platforms and the possibility for more streamers to make the move, we’re left out with the question of who’s next?