POGGERS is a Twitch emote from the Pepe the Frog family, this variant features a surprised-looking Pepe with wide eyes and a wide-open mouth.
The POGGERS emote is used during moments of excitement. Not just the emote is popular though, POGGERS can also be used as a slang word for something cool or exciting that happened.
POGGERS stems from POG which means Play of the Game. Both POG and POGGERS originally stem from the PogChamp emote which was added to Twitch back in 2012.
just asked a girl out and she said yes then i replied with “POGGERS” smh— Froste ???? (@Froste) March 27, 2019
The origin of POGGERS on Twitch starts with Pepe the frog and its creator, Matt Furie back in 2005. Back then, Matt Furie published a comic that features Pepe the Frog to his MySpace. By 2008, Pepe had become a widely used meme across the 4chan message boards, and by 2015 it had become an internet-wide meme.
Back in 2016, on Twitch, the first Pepe the frog emote MonkaS was uploaded and by 2017 it had become one of the most popular external emotes on the platform. This surge in popularity lead to many variants of the emote being added to browser extensions such as FrankerFaceZ and BetterTTV.
POGGERS originally stems from the PogChamp emote which was uploaded as a global Twitch emote back in 2012.
Back then, the emote featured the face of Ryan Gutierrez but this was changed and replaced by a reptile in 2021 after some controversy surrounding the original face.
The original PogChamp emote was an instant hit within the Twitch community and for many years (and still today) is used to hype things up. Due to its popularity, many emote variants of PogChamp have been uploaded such as PogU, POG, and of course, POGGERS.
POGGERS thanks its popularity primarily to the League of Legends community who happily uses POGGERS to hype up clutch plays.
How to use the POGGERS emote on Twitch
If you want to use POGGERS on Twitch, you will have to install the BetterTTV browser extension. Otherwise, just text will pop up for you.
- Go to BetterTTV.com select your browser and download the browser extension, you will then be able to see the POGGERS emote on supported Twitch channels.
If you wish to add the POGGERS and other emotes to your OWN Twitch channel, you can do so by signing in to BeterTTV using your Twitch credentials and authorizing your Twitch account. Next, you can head over to the emote list and add POGGERS to your Twitch channel.
Afterward, your viewers will then be able to use the POGGERS emote on your Twitch channel and they will be able to see it if they have FrankerFaceZ/BTTV installed as a browser extension (which the majority does already anyway).