Jeremy Wang, better known as Disguised Toast, is a Taiwanese-Canadian streamer, YouTuber, and Internet personality. He began by making videos about the online card game Hearthstone on YouTube. Before signing an exclusive streaming agreement with Facebook Gaming in November 2019, Wang started streaming on Twitch. Wang declared his intention to start streaming again on Twitch in November 2021.
He worked as an app developer for Mercedes Benz, the NFL, and the Royal Bank of Canada before beginning his streaming career. Wang belongs to the group of content producers known as OfflineTV, which offers social entertainment online. Wang won the Best Strategy Game Streamer at the Streamy Awards 2022 and was included in the Forbes 30 under 30 in 2021.
|Profile Name||Disguised Toast|
|DOB (Age)||25 November 1991 (30 years)|
|DOJ (YouTube)||Apr 7th, 2015|
|Schedule/Status||2-3 videos per week|
|Net Worth||$3 million|
|Residence||Los Angeles, California|
In 2015, Wang started producing infographics and YouTube videos that he shared on the community aggregation website Reddit, showcasing peculiar card interactions from Hearthstone. Wang wore a cardboard toast-shaped mask over his face up until he unintentionally showed his face in October 2016. The toast mask and username of Wang are references to the Hearthstone card SI:7 Agent. The voice line for the card when it is used in a game is “This guy’s toast.” It was dubbed “the greatest name in gaming history” by comedian Conan O’Brien.
“Playing Deathwing against his son, Nefarian” is the first video Wang uploaded on his channel seven years ago. The video is only 14-seconds long and shows Wang playing Hearthstone.
Wang participated in the ONOG Major Circuit at PAX East in March 2017. Despite finishing in the top 32, he was disqualified the following morning for snoozing. In response to an incident in which he demonstrated an exploit on stream, Wang was temporarily suspended from Hearthstone in June 2017 for a period of 72 hours. Wang joined OfflineTV, a group of content producers who live together in Los Angeles, California.
In late 2019, Wang declined a request from Blizzard to reveal a new card from the Saviors of Uldum expansion, citing his own opinions on Hearthstone and the unfavorable response from the community.
Wang returned to Twitch in April 2020 to host a brand-new non-gaming series called “Blind eDating.” The main focus of the show was playing games and dating a different girl every week.
Wang appeared in the music video for the song “Inferno” by SubUrban and Bella Poarch on August 12, 2021. Additionally, he took part in a stream that promoted the video.
According to various sources, Wang’s net worth is $3 million as of July 2022. The 29-year-old has executed several sponsorship agreements. He belongs to the Offline TV collective, which gives him access to numerous business opportunities and sponsorships. Additionally, Wang offers branded merchandise for sale.
Wang was born in Taiwan, but before he turned one, his family moved to Penang, Malaysia. Later, Wang's older brother relocated to Canada to pursue his education, and the rest of his family followed, settling in Kingston, Ontario. After initially majoring in computer science, he completed his three-year mathematics degree at the University of Waterloo. He worked as an app developer for Mercedes Benz, the NFL, and the Royal Bank of Canada before beginning his streaming career.
Janet, a fellow streamer, and Wang dated for almost two years. They began dating in 2018 and called it quits in 2020. Although "Joast" (the relationship's name) never stated the cause, Toast once implied in a Twitch stream that their breakup was related to Toast's success in the Among Us game.
Wang has millions of followers all across social media.
On Twitter, he has 1.6 million followers and posts announcements and several events from his life. On Instagram, he has 914,004 followers with 200,736 average likes. He mostly posts selfies, pictures of his life, gaming clips, and short animation videos on Instagram. On Twitch, he has a massive following of 2.62 million and is one of the most-followed people on the platform. Some of his recent streams include Valorant, Naraka: Bladepoint, Among Us, and Fall Guys.
Wang posts 2 to 3 videos per week and his videos reach the million views mark relatively quickly. He posts let’s plays of various games including Among Us, Valorant and Teamfight Tactics, as well as reaction videos.
Wang’s most popular series are Teamfight Tactics Highlight, Hearthstone highlights, Among Us Highlights, and Hearthstone Interaction.
Wang plays Among Us with his friends and tries to catch the Impostor.
Wang plays Among Us and employs his greatest strategy to be an amazing Impostor.
Wang plays Among Us with Pokimane and betrays her.
Wang plays Among Us with popular YouTubers such as Dream, Lachlan and Vikkstar 123 and turns everybody against each other.
A. In 2021, Jeremy "Disguised Toast" Wang declared that he would stop streaming in order to care for his father in Canada. The 29-year-old tweeted about his choice and explained that he would only be streaming to fulfill his obligations under his contract.
A. He and Janet (xChocobars) made the announcement that their relationship was over on Twitter in January 2020. Wang also made light of the return of the harem era. He and Janet are still close friends.
A. Wang announced his departure from Facebook Gaming on November 17, 2021, after two years with the streaming service. On November 24, a week later, Wang made his return to Twitch known.