Disguised Toast is one of the most popular Twitch streamers on the planet. He has been active on the platform for many years and has amassed a massive following through his funny, energetic, and exciting content.
However, more recently as streamers moved to reaction contebt, Disguised Toast thought it wasn’t up to the mark and spiced things up by adding his own dimension to the whole thing.
Disguised Toast On Reaction Content
After returning from a hiatus, Disguised Toast made it clear that he felt his fellow streamers lacked the risk-tasking ability in the ‘reaction videos’ universe. But why did Toast say so? This was because the streamer could only see others reacting on TV Shows or Masterchef videos without anything novel.
This is when Disguised Toast started a new trend to test the DMCA limits and began to stream/react on complete Naruto episodes on his Twitch stream. While his addition to ‘react meta’ was much liked by viewers, soon other streamers like xQc and Mizkif also jumped on the bandwagon.
Meanwhile, according to Jeremy ‘Disguised Toast, reaction content is highly successful because “it’s more fun watching anime with people.” He compared react videos with gaming where the audience enjoys watching someone else play a game and commentate about it. It’s the exact same thing with reaction videos, as per Toast.
During his January 10 stream, Toast was watching Death Note live with his viewers when the DMCA ban came through.
“They really couldn’t have waited 20 more minutes huh?” Toast reacted on Twitter after the strike.
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