Disguised Toast Wants to Play Among Us with Conan O’Brien and His Son

February 14, 2021 9:51 pm

Conan O’Brien is a well know figure in the gaming community as the host of the talk show, which everyone loves. On the other hand, Disguised Toast is the streamer everyone loves for his 14,000IQ Among Us plays. Those who have been following the two know Conan had previously shown an interest in the popular game.

Toast might be planning the biggest crossover in gaming history. In one of his recent streams, a fan told Toast that Conan’s son plays Among Us. Disguised Toast replied with an exciting proposition for all his fans.

Conan O’Brien’s son plays Among Us. Well, maybe I can play with him and his son.”

Throwback to when Disguised Toast met Conan

Back in 2017, when Toast was a popular figure in the Hearthstone community, his dreams came true. The streamer was at TwitchCon 2017 to compete at the Oktoberbrawl Hearthstone Finals. At that moment, Conan was on the Lineage II: Revolution stage. He took the mic and announced he wanted to meet ‘Disguised Toast.’

Where is Disguised Toast? I wanna meet Disguised Toast. That’s the greatest name in gaming history.”

Toast hopped in from the left of the stage and hugged his idol, Conan O’Brien. He feels that this encounter between the two could lead the way to make an Among Us collaboration possible with the talk show host and his son.

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Another throwback to when Conan played Among Us

Conan O’Brien previously shared his experience playing Among Us during a Team Coco podcast. The talk show host admitted he found the game extremely confusing and had no idea what was happening when he first played it. Interestingly, Conan’s very first game had him as an impostor.

While fans might think for a guy who doesn’t understand the game, Conan would have been really bad at being an impostor. However, surprisingly, Conan won his very first Among Us game while being the impostor.

The talk show host is also aware of his son’s love for the viral game. If his son loves the game so much, he might have even heard of Disguised Toast. If he comes to know of the streamer’s proposition, fans might get the exciting collaboration after all.

Shwetang Parthsarthy

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

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