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Entertainment • Aug 08, 2019

Disguised Toast explains surprising reason for disabling donations on Twitch channel

Disguised Toast explains surprising reason for disabling donations on Twitch channel
Pixabay / Disguised Toast - Instagram

Twitch streamer Jeremy 'Disguised Toast' Wang decided to disable bits and donations in his channel as he feels the money would be better spent on smaller streamers or even a charity.

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Toast has been a big name in the Hearthstone community but since his switch to Teamfight Tactics, the League of Legends spin-off, he has exploded in popularity.

His viewership is regularly above 10,000 on TFT as he has established himself as one of the better players, causing him to create multiple smurf accounts.

Disguised Toast
Toast has become one of TFT's largest streamers.

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His influx of viewers has led to an increase in subscriptions and donations which would normally be considered a good thing.

However, he decided to get rid of donations as a whole, explaining how he felt bad for missing them and said he's rich already so he doesn't need the money.

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"Decided to remove Donations/Bits from my channel," the OfflineTV member said. "Always feel bad when I end the stream and realize I didn't acknowledge someone's dono because I got too focused on the game. Give your money to charity or a smaller streamer instead, SINCE I'M RICH ALREADY WOOOHOO!"

It's a bold move for sure and not something you see very often from the big streamers on Twitch.

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We don't know exactly what he's making from Twitch, but it's definitely a lot higher than his time from Hearthstone.

In July, Blizzard sent him an exclusive card to reveal but he decided to return it, possibly indicating that his time with the game is in the past for good.

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Toast isn't the only member of Offline TV that has fallen in love with Teamfight Tactics.

Himself, Imane 'Pokimane' Anys, and William 'Scarra' Li have all spent a lot of time with the game since its release, with Poki even hosting her own tournament.

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