Jeremy Wang

Known widely by his online persona “Disguised Toast,” Jeremy Wang is a highly influential figure in the world of digital entertainment and streaming, recognized for his innovative gameplay and entertaining content primarily focused around games like “Among Us” and “Hearthstone.”

Early life

Jeremy Wang was born on November 25, 1991, in Taipei, Taiwan. He was raised in Penang, Malaysia, before his family moved to Canada while he was in elementary school.

His early passion for gaming became evident in his adolescent years. Jeremy attended the University of Toronto, but his interest in gaming content creation led him to put his studies on hold and pursue a career in the gaming industry.

In 2013, after initially commencing his studies in computer science, Wang successfully earned a three-year mathematics degree from the University of Waterloo.

Prior to embarking on his journey as a successful streamer, Wang utilized his technical prowess in several prestigious roles. He served as an app developer for various high-profile organizations including Mercedes Benz, the National Football League (NFL), the Royal Bank of Canada, and Zynga, a prominent developer in the gaming industry.


Wang began his career by creating YouTube content centered around the digital collectible card game “Hearthstone.” His channel gained traction due to his distinctive disguised toast mask, a clever wordplay on a popular Hearthstone card’s voice line.

In 2015, Wang started developing infographics and producing YouTube videos, demonstrating unusual card interactions in the game Hearthstone. He shared this content on the Reddit platform, gaining a following within the gaming community.

In his videos, Wang was distinguished by a toast-shaped cardboard mask, which he used to hide his identity until an accidental face reveal in October 2016. His gaming moniker “Disguised Toast,” along with the toast mask, nods to a voice line from the Hearthstone card, SI:7 Agent: “This guy’s toast.” Renowned comedian Conan O’Brien famously applauded it as “the greatest name in gaming history.”

In March 2017, Wang participated in the ONOG Major Circuit at PAX East. Despite securing a position in the top 32, he was disqualified due to oversleeping and missing the following day’s session.

October 2017 marked a significant milestone in Wang’s career when he became part of OfflineTV, a group of content creators cohabitating and collaborating in Los Angeles, California.

His detailed analyses, educational content, and comedic approach to gaming quickly gained a loyal fanbase. His major breakthrough came when he discovered a previously unknown game mechanic, leading to his recognition by the game’s developers and the wider gaming community.

When the game “Among Us” became a global sensation in 2020, Wang quickly rose to prominence as one of the most strategic and entertaining players, further expanding his fanbase. In October 2019, he made a high-profile switch from Twitch to Facebook Gaming for his live streams, which was seen as a major endorsement for Facebook’s streaming platform.

In April 2020, Wang made a return to Twitch, launching a unique non-gaming series called “Blind eDating”. This show centered around dating a different girl each week and engaging in games with them.

From September 2020 to January 2021, Wang saw an impressive surge in his fanbase, gaining over two million subscribers and accumulating 400 million video views on YouTube. This boost was largely attributed to the popularity of his “Among Us”-based videos. He collaborated with a host of well-known Twitch streamers, YouTubers, and celebrities for these videos, such as PewDiePie, JackSepticEye, Pokimane, Jae Park, Logic, James Charles, Bretman Rock, and Mark Tuan. In late October, he took part in an “Among Us” Twitch stream with Democratic politicians Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar to encourage voting in the 2020 US presidential election.

On August 12, 2021, Wang made his appearance in the music video for Sub Urban and Bella Poarch’s track, “Inferno”. Later that year, on November 17, he announced his exit from Facebook Gaming after a two-year association. He subsequently revealed his comeback to Twitch on November 24.

In December 2022, Wang took part in Ludwig Ahgren’s event, “Mogul Chessboxing Championship,” held at the Galen Center in Los Angeles, California. He emerged victorious against fellow content creator PointCrow, achieving a checkmate in the sixth round.

On January 8, 2023, Wang announced his professional Valorant team, Disguised (DSG), set to compete in the North American challengers league of the 2023 Valorant Champions Tour. Later, on March 27, 2023, he declared an all-female roster for Disguised, which would participate in VCT Game Changers, a pro circuit for female Valorant players.

Jeremy Wang’s social profile is vast, with millions of followers across platforms. His YouTube channel “Disguised Toast” has over 3 million subscribers, where he posts gaming content and lifestyle vlogs. His Facebook Gaming page also boasts a similar follower count, where he hosts live streams. Additionally, he has a significant presence on Twitter and Instagram, providing updates about his gaming activities, insights into his personal life, and interactions with fans and other creators.

Net Worth

As of 2023, Jeremy Wang’s estimated net worth is believed to be around $3 million. His income sources include revenue from streaming on Facebook Gaming, YouTube content creation, brand endorsements, merchandise, and sponsored content.


Wang’s career is peppered with numerous achievements. Here are some highlights:

Recognized for discovering unknown game mechanics in "Hearthstone," leading to game changes by the developers.
Nominated for the 10th annual Shorty Awards in the Gaming category.
Achieved one of the most viewed clips on Twitch in 2018 when he removed his signature "toast mask."
Consistently maintained high viewer counts on Facebook Gaming after his switch from Twitch, demonstrating platform-independent popularity.
Successfully integrated into the popular content creation group "OfflineTV," broadening his audience reach.
Gained a massive following on various social platforms, with millions of subscribers on YouTube and followers on Facebook Gaming.
Earned a significant endorsement from Conan O'Brien, who acclaimed his username as "the greatest name in gaming history."
Qualified into the top 32 of the ONOG Major Circuit at PAX East in 2017.