Twitch Streaming: Disguised Toast REVEALS how to start a SUCCESSFUL Twitch streaming career, CHECK DETAILS

Twitch Streaming: Disguised Toast- Disguised Toast is one of the most popular streamers in the community right now. The streamer rose to…

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Disguised Toast shares his take on how to build a successful Twitch streaming career (Image via Disguised Toast/Twitch)

Twitch Streaming: Disguised Toast- Disguised Toast is one of the most popular streamers in the community right now. The streamer rose to fame during his Among Us days, and has remained on the top ever since. Although he shifted over to Facebook Gaming for a brief period, the streamer is now back on Twitch. During a recent livestream, he explained the basics of a successful Twitch streaming career. For more such updates about Disguised Toast and Twitch streaming, keep following InsideSport.IN.

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Disguised Toast is one of the most successful Twitch streamers in the world (Image via Disguised Toast/Twitch)

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The streamer spoke about this in context to a video where Ninja was speaking about discoverability on Twitch.

Twitch streaming: Disguised Toast explains the fundamentals of a successful Twitch career

Disguised Toast recently returned from his trip to Japan with Valkyrae and several other creators from OfflineTV. On a recent livestream after his return, the streamer was in conversation with his fans about discoverability on Twitch. Speaking about this, he explained his idea of the fundamentals of a successful streaming career on Twitch.

The streamer went on to debunk a common notion that a person’s streaming career began the minute they pressed the “Stream” button on the purple platform.

“Your streaming career will never, ever start with you pressing the ‘Stream’ button. Ever. I promise you your streaming career will never start with you pressing the ‘Stream’ button.”

Toast even took the opportunity to take a sly dig at Ninja, saying that he lied to his viewers when he said their streaming career would begin the minute they started streaming on Twitch.

“I know you paid 200 bucks for Ninja to tell you that, he lied to you. Ninja is a liar.”

The popular Twitch streamer then went on to explain how he believed a successful streaming career started on the Amazon-owned platform. According to him, a successful Twitch career did not even begin on Twitch most of the time. He explained that to start a career on Twitch, users would first have to create a successful Youtube or TikTok channel. In case they wanted to start off on Twitch itself, the only way to do so is to play a game of their choice that they think they are good at.

“Your streaming career starts with either you starting a YouTube channel, you starting a TikTok channel, or you being really good at a game of your choosing. Once you are good at either of those things- any one is fine- then you can start streaming.”

Toast’s words seem to make quite some sense, since most big streamers on the platform started their Twitch careers in any one of the three methods he mentioned.

Disguised Toast rejoined Twitch towards the end of 2021

Although Toast started his streaming career on Twitch, he took a short break from the platform when he quit Twitch to stream on Facebook Gaming instead. The streamer even explained his reasons during the mass exodus from Twitch in 2021, stating that one of the main reasons why he opted out of the platform was because they low-balled him.

However, in November 2021, the streamer rejoined the platform after two years, and is back to being an exclusive Twitch partner. This decision makes ample sense for the popular Among us streamer, since he knows the nitty-gritties of the platform quite well.

For more such updates about Disguised Toast and Twitch streaming, keep following InsideSport.IN.

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