Most Popular Twitch Emotes – Meaning & Origin

Do you want to know what Twitch emote means? We’ve covered the most popular Twitch emotes. To access the associated article, click or tap on an emote!

4head

4HEad

4Weird 1

4Weird

monkaGIGA

MonkaGIGA

PogChamp

PogChamp

PogU

PogU

Pog

Pog

weirdchamp

WeirdChamp

Pausechamp

PauseChamp

kkona

KKona

OMEGALUL

OMEGALUL

WidePeepoHappy

WidePeepoHappy

WidePeepoSad

WidePeepoSad

COGGERS

COGGERS

feelsgoodman

FeelsGoodMan

feelsbadman

FeelsBadMan

pepehands

PepeHands

poggers

POGGERS

The most popular Twitch emotes

The ForsenE emote is now the most popular Twitch emote, according to Stream Elements, which measures the popularity of emotes on Twitch.

This is unexpected considering ForsenE is a Forsen subscriber-only emoticon.

On Twitch, ForsenE has over 3,065,756,891 total usage.

The runner-up is the iconic TriHard emote, which has been used over 2,477,357,189 times.

Most popular Better Twitch TV emote

The most popular emote on BTTV is FlushE with over 4,465,993,465 total uses.

Most popular FrankerFaceZ emote

The most popular emote on FFZ is HyeImShy with over 7,777,777,804 total uses.

Why Can’t I see certain emotes on Twitch? Why do they show up as text?

If you see emotes like Pepega, OMEGALUL, and MonkaS as text, it’s because you don’t have the BetterTTV or FrankerFaceZ browser extensions installed.

After downloading such a browser extension, inputting a phrase like ‘MonkaS’ in Twitch chat will convert the word to the corresponding emoticon.

Keep in mind that the emote must be enabled on the broadcaster for this to operate.

Installing both FrankerFaceZ and BetterTTV is the best method to ensure you see all Twitch emotes.

Read more: why you can’t see emotes on Twitch