Disguised Toast scouting top NA League of Legends players

By Olivia Richman


May 22, 2023

Reading time: 2 min

YouTuber Jeremy “Disguised Toast” Wang has had a challenging time in the Valorant scene, but his esports dreams are not gone just yet. Now, Disguised Toast is possibly looking to get into League of Legends.

Earlier this year, Disguised Toast signed a Valorant Game Changers roster full of popular female streamers. The squad got a lot of views but didn’t make it very far at all in the qualifiers. They were “fired” soon after. Then, Disguised Toast attempted a Challengers team, featuring star Valorant pro Jaccob “yay” Whiteaker. That team also underperformed, leading Disguised Toast to share an emotional apology to his team and fans.

Encouraged by his ongoing support, it looks like Disguised Toast is not giving up on his esports dreams just yet.

Disguised Toast possibly signing League of Legends team

Disguised Toast recently tweeted that he’s “thinking of starting a team.” Earlier today, he asked who the “best available NA League of Legends player” was.

This was worded almost identically to his original tweet inquiring about Valorant before he officially entered the scene. So it seems more than likely that Disguised Toast is hoping to compete in League of Legends. This time around, however, he didn’t specify if the player should be “unsigned” or not.

Another hint in his tweet was the use of “NA.” This means that the YouTuber is hoping to compete in the North American scene, possibly even the LCS. There is room in the franchise now that TSM is reportedly selling its LCS slot for $20 million.

But he might also be eyeing the Challengers League. There’s plenty of space now that seven LCS franchises are withdrawing from the NACL before the 2023 Summer Split, thanks to new regulations from Riot Games. The same seven teams have also dropped their Challenger pros, so there are a lot of options for Disguised Toast if he wants to form a team at this level.

For now, fans will have to wait and see what Disguised Toast has up his sleeve.


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