Disguised Streamer Disguised, Toast’s new Valiant team, was recently founded. In recent live streams, Disguised Toast disclosed “we haven’t made a single dollar yet” and that he pays his team members more than $5,000 per month apiece. The new squad, which was primarily made up of seasoned pro Valorant players, won its qualifying matches for VCT Challengers.
According to Dexerto, Disguised Toast was recently questioned about his team members’ salaries during a live webcast. Yassine ‘Subroza’ Taoufik, a retired CS: GO pro, questioned Toast, who responded by saying he could give him a number and would then give a greater or lower response.
Toast said, “more than that,” when Subroza asked if it was $5,000. Subrosa cried out, “Wow! Toast, I’d like to join “suggesting that this is at the top of the esports payscale.
Considering how secretive esports organizations are in general, this is probably the best response we can anticipate for the foreseeable future.
Toast also disclosed that the team has not yet made any money, which is not surprising considering it was just created and has not yet participated in a competition for a prize.
He jokingly responded when one of his viewers inquired about potential sponsorship financing to assist him in making more money: “I’m going to reveal a trade secret to you guys. Sponsors don’t appear overnight. It turns out that you cannot persuade a billion-dollar corporation to give you its money in two days.”
Team Disguised is made up of Valorant pros Damion ‘XXiF’ Cook, Amgalan ‘Genghsta’ Nemekhbayar, Joshua’steel’ Nissan, and Drake ‘Exalt’ Branly, as well as up-and-coming rookie Joseph ‘clear’ Allen. They easily advanced through the qualifying rounds, winning three games by scores of 2-0 and two by scores of 2-1, therefore a tournament victory is in their future.
In other news, Ubisoft Paris has requested a strike by its employees in response to CEO Yves Guillemot’s email pressuring the already ostensibly overworked and underpaid team to assist in averting the company’s impending collapse. Three unannounced games were canceled by the business this year, following four last year.