Team leader Jeremy ‘Disguised Toast’ Wang has explained all about what happened during dramatic drama Rust Twitch Rivals, which saw 40 Spanish-speaking streamers stormed out of the event claiming they were being treated “unfairly”.
Back in January 2022, Twitch streamer Disguised Toast posed an enticing challenge via Twitter asking if any of their “reciprocal partners” would be interested in a “$100,000 Rust 40v40 streamer event.” The result was an epic showdown between 40 of the biggest English language streamers taking on 40 of the most popular Spanish content creators.
It didn’t take long for a heated debate to ensue, however, as South and Latin American players claimed their opponents had shown a lack of respect for their region. The North American side fired back, saying Team Alexby11 “broke the rules they set out”.
Now Disguised Toast has shared his take on the drama that saw the third and final day of Twitch Rivals canceled due to Team Alexby11’s withdrawal.
Toast shares his take on the Twitch Rivals Rust drama
Now, Toast has compiled a variety of footage from the tournament and provided a timeline of events into an hour-long YouTube video to help clarify what happened and his take on the event.
At one point in the video, Toast was obviously frustrated with Team Alexby11 and the time the group spent speaking to the event admins.
“I see the Spanish team is on the phone with the admin again. I swear I know I’m supposed to be the sensible one, but these bastards spend more time on the phone with the admin than they do the game. We were rolled so hard in the beginning, our morale was so low. They still think they’re the ones getting fucked.”
Toast denies the Twitch Rivals event was a “flop”.
The Twitch rivals’ Rust teamfight ended abruptly on day three after the Spanish-speaking players were eliminated. As a result, Disguised Toast and his team were crowned the winners.
After a viewer in his chat called the event a “flop,” Toast argued, “I actually think this event was a huge success. You know, before giving up.”
However, he admitted that having to explain to Twitch and the sponsors why Day 3 would not take place “didn’t go well”.
“I just wanted everyone to have a good time,” Toast claimed. Though he admitted there were some “frustrating” moments, he thought his team was having fun. However, he added: “That wasn’t the case with the Spanish side and that saddens me. I am very sorry that you feel this way.”
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