Twitch as we all know is currently the most popular Streaming network, however, this might change in the future. Other Companies like Mixer, YouTube, and Facebook are joining the competition to show their Streaming Network. Many popular Streamers have already changed their primary platform, and today we heard that Jeremy “DisguisedToast” Wang, 27-year-old streamer has decided to join Facebook Gaming. The Canadian player is known for his excellent abilities in Hearthstone and Teamfight Tactics.

Facebook has attracted his attention towards their new platform, and also put a mark on other rival streaming companies. According to Wang, Switching to Facebook meant that his channel will entertain more global audience. “One of my favorite things about streaming is that I get to engage with viewers from across the world,” said DisguisedToast in a press release. “My move to Facebook Gaming will give me a larger platform to share my voice with a global audience and hear their perspectives on the gaming landscape.”

DisguisedToast also suggested to fans that they should not subscribe to his channel anymore. The subscription costs $5, and he recommended that the fans should rather subscribe to a smaller streamer instead. Additionally, Disguised Toast has also turned off donations on his stream.

All this news brings us to the conclusion that Facebook is trying to plan ahead. They have already signed two major Spanish Fortnite Streamers, NexxuzHD and Lolito FDEZ. We know that Facebook has one of the vast users and traffic comparing all other platforms. If Facebook is able to get its billions of users’ attention to their new services known as Facebook Gaming, they might just leave Twitch, Mixer, and Amazon behind. When it comes to Popularity and Traffic, Facebook will always be number one.

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