Disguised Toast the popular streamer recently received a ban on his Twitch account and the reason was given by Twitch was for Unmoderated hateful conduct.
Jeremy Wang or more commonly known online as Disguised Toast is a popular YouTuber and streamer. Toast began his journey by making YouTube videos on the digital card game Hearthstone. He later started streaming on Twitch and has since signed an exclusive deal to stream his content on Facebook Gaming.
Wang is part of OfflineTV, a collection of content creators living in the same house. Back in 2020 Disguised Toast gained a massive boost to his popularity with the rise of Among Us. Disguised Toast is famous for his 200 IQ plays in the game.
Although Disguised Toast is streaming exclusively on Facebook he recently received a ban on his Twitch account and the reason shown by the Twitch moderation team was Unmoderated hateful conduct.
Disguised Toast Banned:
Recently Disguised Toast made a Tweet informing about his Twitch ban. In his Tweet he said,
“Got a temp ban from Twitch.
Not a big deal since I don’t usually stream there but does mean I have to avoid playing with any friends streaming for a few days.”
According to Toast, no specific reason was given. The reason mentioned in the email was unmoderated hateful conduct. Toast thinks the ban was given because of an old Twitch clip where another player was using the f word against him. According to Toast,
“Didn’t get a specific reason but if I had to guess: I was watching an old twitch clip of mine that includes a toxic player using the f slur against me.
Will try to be more careful in the future.”
Disguised Toast is currently streaming exclusively on Facebook Gaming so a ban on his Twitch account is not a big problem for his fans. But fans that enjoy watching Toast play with his friends from OfflineTV will have to wait a few days until his ban is over.
According to Twitch TOS, Twitch streamers cannot play with banned streamers. As of now, we don’t know the actual length of the ban. We will update this article with more information as soon as it comes to light.