Disguised Toast
Jeremy Wang (born 25 November 1991),[1][2] better known by the alias Disguised Toast, is a Taiwanese-Canadian streamer, YouTuber, and Internet personality. He got his start on YouTube, creating videos about the digital card game Hearthstone. Wang later began streaming on Twitch, before signing an exclusive streaming contract with Facebook Gaming in November 2019.[3]
Disguised Toast

Wang in the Offline TV Podcast in 2020
Personal information
BornJeremy Wang
25 November 1991 (age 29)
Taipei, Taiwan
EducationUniversity of Waterloo
Home townKingston, Ontario, CanadaPenang, Malaysia
Twitch information
LocationLos Angeles, California
Years active2015–2019
(Facebook Gaming)
Teamfight Tactics
League of Legends
Among Us
Followers1.94 million
(3 May 2021)
Total views74 million
(3 May 2021)
Associated acts
YouTube information
Subscribers3.51 million
(3 May 2021)
Total views915.9 million
(3 May 2021)
100,000 subscribers2016
1,000,000 subscribers2020
Updated: 3 May 2021
Follower and view counts updated as of 3 May 2021.
Wang is a member of OfflineTV, an online social entertainment group of content creators.[4]
In 2015, Wang began making infographics and YouTube videos in which he showcased unusual card interactions in Hearthstone, shared on the community aggregation site Reddit.[5] Wang covered his face with a toast-shaped cardboard mask until he revealed his face by mistake in October 2016.[6]
In March 2017, Wang competed in the ONOG Major Circuit at PAX East.[7] Despite making it into the top 32, he overslept the following morning and was disqualified.[8]
In June 2017, Wang was temporarily banned from Hearthstone for 72 hours in response to an instance in which he showcased an exploit on stream.[9][10][11]
It was announced in October 2017 that Wang had joined OfflineTV, a collective of content creators living together in Los Angeles, California.[12][13]
Wang became known for his Hearthstone streams. In the summer of 2019, he gained a huge following while streaming Riot Games' new game Teamfight Tactics, and another spike during the test phase of Riot's upcoming card game, Legends of Runeterra. During that time, he was the second most-watched streamer on Twitch. By that time he had 1.3 million followers on Twitch and 950,000 subscribers on his main YouTube channel. In November 2019, Wang signed an exclusive deal with Facebook to move from Twitch to Facebook Gaming for his gaming streams.[14]
In May 2019, Wang was nominated as Twitch Streamer of the Year in the 11th annual Shorty Awards.[15]
In late 2019, Wang turned down an offer from Blizzard in which he was asked to reveal a new card from the Saviors of Uldum expansion, citing his personal feelings on Hearthstone as well as negative community reaction.[16]
In April 2020, Wang returned to Twitch to host a new non-gaming series called “Blind eDating”. The series focuses on dating a new girl each week and playing games with them.[17]
Between September 2020 and January 2021, Wang received an influx of more than two million subscribers and 400 million video views on YouTube[18] as a result of a number of his videos based on the game Among Us trending. He has played with a number of notable Twitch streamers, YouTubers, and celebrities in these videos, including PewDiePie, JackSepticEye, Pokimane, Jae Park, Logic, James Charles, Bretman Rock, and Mark Tuan.[19] In late October, Wang participated in an Among Us session on Twitch featuring Democratic politicians Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar to advocate for voting in the 2020 United States presidential election.[20]
Wang was named an honoree in the 2021 Forbes 30 Under 30, under the "Games" category.[21]
Personal life
Wang received his 3-year degree in mathematics from the University of Waterloo.[22]
Wang's username is a reference to a Hearthstone card, SI:7 Agent. When played in-game, the voice line for the card reads "This guy's toast".[23] Comedian Conan O'Brien called it "the greatest name in gaming history."[24]
Notable tournament placements
DateGameLocationEventPlacementWinnings (US$)
2019-07-04Teamfight TacticsOnlineTFT Thursday #12nd$2,450
2019-04-02Apex LegendsOnlineTwitch Rivals ALC Rematch Challenge11th$1,500
2019-02-19Apex LegendsOnlineTwitch Rivals ALC6th$700
2019-01-23League of LegendsOnlineTwitch Rivals: League of Legends Showdown1st$2,800
2018-08-25FortniteOnlineFortnite Summer SkirmishN/A$16,200
2018-04-08HearthstoneBoston, United StatesPAX East GEICO Hearthstone Showdown3rd$1,000
2017-04-15HearthstoneUnited StatesRed Bull Team Brawl: Spring 20171st$1,500
Awards and nominations
201911th Shorty AwardsTwitch Streamer of the YearNominated[15]
  1. ^ OfflineTV (25 November 2018). "Happy birthday @DisguisedToast. We love and appreciate you very much despite choosing this picture to post of all pics". Twitter. Retrieved 15 October 2020.
  2. ^ Offline TV (25 November 2019). "Birthday stream". Twitter. Retrieved 15 October 2020.
  3. ^ Beresford, Trilby (27 December 2019). "Streamer Jeremy "Disguised Toast" Wang Explains Why He Left Twitch: "I Felt Plateaued"". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 9 October 2020.
  4. ^ Miceli, Max (29 June 2020). "Disguised Toast upset he didn't speak out more amid Offline TV sexual harassment situation". Dot Esports. Retrieved 9 October 2020.
  5. ^ Matthiesen, Tom (14 November 2016). "Talking to the man behind the mask - An interview with Disguised Toast". Gosu Gamers. Retrieved 28 November 2018.
  6. ^ Asarch, Steven (26 March 2017). "'Hearthstone' Disguised Toast Interview: Player, Streamer, Memelord". player.one. Retrieved 28 November 2018.
  7. ^ "The 2018 Hearthstone Showdown Finals: Fissures In a Community - Break The Game". Break The Game. 14 April 2018. Retrieved 28 November 2018.
  8. ^ Mejia, Ozzie (13 March 2017). "Freshly Baked: How DisguisedToast brought fun to the ONOG PAX East Hearthstone Major". Yahoo Sports. Retrieved 28 November 2018.
  9. ^ Booker, Logan (10 June 2017). "'Zero To Legend' Hearthstone Player Banned For Using Free Win Priest Exploit". Kotaku. Retrieved 28 November 2018.
  10. ^ Tassi, Paul (9 June 2017). "'Hearthstone' Streamer Suspended After Discovering And Showcasing Auto-Win Exploit". Forbes. Retrieved 28 November 2018.
  11. ^ Clark, Tim (8 July 2017). "Disguised Toast on Hearthstone's new expansion, PUBG marathons with Reynad, and being banned by Blizzard". PC Gamer. Retrieved 28 November 2018.
  12. ^ "Joining Offline TV". YouTube. OfflineTV. 27 October 2017. Retrieved 28 November 2018.
  13. ^ Asarch, Steven (22 November 2019). "Disguised Toast is making the move over to streaming on Facebook". Newsweek. Retrieved 9 October 2020.
  14. ^ Murray, Trent (22 November 2019). "Streamer Disguised Toast Signs Exclusive Deal With Facebook Gaming". The Esports Observer. Retrieved 9 October 2020.
  16. ^ Cusick, Taylor (18 July 2019). "Disguised Toast returns the Hearthstone Saviors of Uldum card that he was scheduled to reveal". Dot Esports. Retrieved 23 July 2019.
  17. ^ Michael, Cale. "DisguisedToast returns to Twitch with non-gaming content". Dot Esports. Retrieved 15 July 2020.
  18. ^ "Socialblade YouTube Statistics". Social Blade. Retrieved 20 October 2020.
  19. ^ Moghe, Divyesh (25 September 2020). "Best Among Us Streamers to Watch on Twitch". TalkEsport. Retrieved 20 October 2020.
  20. ^ Ziady, Hanna (21 October 2020). "AOC just played a video game on Twitch to encourage voting". CNN. Retrieved 29 October 2020.
  21. ^ "Forbes 30 Under 30 2021: Games". Forbes. Retrieved 1 December 2020.
  22. ^ Williams, Blue (20 July 2020). "Here's how far these streamers got in school". Looper. Retrieved 9 October 2020.
  23. ^ Nicol, Will (25 October 2018). "Twitch Streamer Disguised Toast Talks Streaming, Interacting with Fans - Digital Trends". Digital Trends. Retrieved 28 November 2018.
  24. ^ Moller, James (24 October 2017). "VIDEO: Conan Loves Disguised Toast". DBLTap. Retrieved 28 November 2018.
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