Disguised Toast Admits Facebook Changed Him; Won’t be Streaming on Twitch

Published 02/14/2021, 10:16 AM EST


YouTube and Twitch are the most popular streaming platforms for content creators. They have been growing at a swift pace in the past few years. Although Facebook Gaming has recently come up as a competitor for existing streaming platforms, it hasn’t become a mainstream platform yet. However, with big names such as Disguised Toast siding with the platform, things could change soon.

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Toast is one of the biggest streamers on Facebook. On multiple occasions, he has hailed the platform to be better than others. In a recent conversation with Miyoung, he compared Facebook and Twitch as streaming platforms. When Miyoung asked him whether Facebook has changed him, he replied, “for the better, by padding my pockets.”

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Disguised Toast feels he has more freedom on Facebook

While comparing the two platforms, Toast spoke about how strict the DMCA regime is on Twitch. He mockingly said he has “unlimited freedom to do whatever he wants.” He went on to mock other streamers on Twitch and how they had to scrounge for viewers on the platform.

Played 5 seconds of Taylor Swift on Twitch. Oh no! Your account is going to be banned.”

Miyoung could not come up with a response to such an accurate description of how Twitch has become. She ended up admitting how real the whole imitation by Disguised Toast was.

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Twitch vs. Facebook: Final verdict?

The way Disguised Toast puts it, Facebook Gaming certainly sounds like a sweeter deal. However, a lot of new and upcoming streamers rely on viewers and donations. In terms of these, Facebook falls much shorter compared to Twitch, or even YouTube.

If a streamer lands a partnership with Facebook, they definitely end up getting a lot of money. However, the road to that is long and complicated. Usually, the successful streamers of Facebook Gaming are those who previously streamed on either of the two platforms.

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In the end, it often comes to personal choices and comfort. Sometimes streamers manage to make a better fanbase on a less popular platform. For now, it is almost sure that Disguised Toast will be sticking to Facebook.

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Shwetang Parthsarthy

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Shwetang Parthsarthy is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. His love for arguments and games has led him down two paths: being a law student and writing about the world of gaming since 2017. What started as a teenage hobby in the relatively small mobile gaming world with FPS games like Critical Ops and Call of Duty: Mobile, has grown into a professional pursuit with EssentiallySports.

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