Disguised Toast decided to go back to Hearthstone streaming during his Viewathon event. The King is back! Is this for real?

Disguised Toast, the once masked Hearthstone content creator, is back to streaming the game. During his Viewerthon challenge, Toast decided to play some Hearthstone, and the community dreams with his comeback. Is this for real?

Disguised Toast Viewerthon

The popular streamer went on a challenge, the Viewerthon. The event consists of a continuous stream, in which Disguised Toast needs to keep streaming until his viewership is lower than the increasing minimum threshold. During the third and fourth day of the event, he started playing Hearthstone.

Disguised Toast Viewerthon Explanation when playing Hearthstone
Disguised Toast Viewerthon Explanation

Disguised Toast disclaims that he didn’t want to do a Subathon since he is not trying to get more money from his viewers. Since his Hearthstone beginnings, Disguised Toast has been open about the money topic, and now that his career has spiked is no different.

Disguised Toast playing Hearthstone

As if it were a signal, days ago, Disguised Toast tweeted he found the original mask under which he started creating Hearthstone content. This iconic mask was born as a meme of the voice line of the SI:7 Agent, which says “This guy is toasted” when entering the board, not much different from a Disguised Toast.

Disguised Toast was famous for his videos checking for bugs and secret interactions. He was always fond of combo decks. His peak was with the Open the Waygate Combo Mage, a super complex combo deck that he piloted perfectly. True to his combo love, Disguised Toast took on Mozaki Mage and OTK Bolner Shaman in his Hearthstone comeback.

How long will Disguised Toast’s Viewerthon last?

Well, Disguised Toast Viewerthon is still running if you want to check it out. Toast has set as an objective to reach legend once again in the game. However, it is not likely that Disguised Toast will start streaming Hearthstone regularly. During this weekend, Toast was one of the most popular Hearthstone streamers with over 15,000 concurrent viewers. These numbers double Kriparrian’s and Dog’s averages, the two most popular Hearthstone streamers.

If you want to know more about the Disguised Toast story with Hearthstone, don’t miss his profile article. Stay tuned to Esports.gg for more Hearthstone news and updates. See you next time in the tavern.

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Manuel "Rane" Delgado

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Manuel “Rane” Delgado is an experienced Hearthstone caster, content creator, and tournament organizer from Argentina. He started his career on Esports casting his own tournaments, now he currently covers Hearthstone Grandmasters’ Americas region for LATAM, among other content creation. Besides esports, he works in a construction company, which made him kind of a "handyman" when fixing everyday house problems.