The PogO Twitch emote is another variation of the POG line of emotes. PogU is a variation of the famous Ryan “Gootecks” Gutierrez’s face.
The actual emote itself is an edited version of the famous PogO face however the lips are closed. This gives it a weirded out look.
What is the Meaning Of The PogO Emote?
What does PogO mean on Twitch? The meaning of the PogO emote is up for debate and usage varies between viewers on Twitch. Most however will use it as a sign of indifference or being disinterested in what the streamer or someone in chat is saying. Essentially they are saying “Who cares?” or “Cool Story Bro!”.
How to Use the PogO Emote
PogO is a BTTV and FFZ emote, which means you’ll have to have one or the other browser extension to see and use it yourself. It will only be visible and usable on desktop, on mobile you’ll only see the word “PogO” typed in a chat. The streamer you are watching also has to have it enabled or you will not be able to use it. Here’s how to get BTTV or FFZ:
- Visit the FFZ or BTTV website and download the extension for whichever browser you use. Install and activate the extension and you should be able to use the PogO emote. You may need to refresh your browser to see it.
- There may be some additional features you can use from either browser. To check whether you want to use something built into the extension, click on the cog wheel icon underneath any streamer’s chat box. Then simply select the extension’s settings from the dropdown.
What Is The Origin Of PogO?
No one is really sure when PogO originated or who created it. However it was first uploaded to FrankerfaceZ by user PermantlyBanned. The emote was published on October 20th, 2019 and was used in 7,808 sets before being removed on January 7th, 2021 after the pog champ ban on Twitch.
When Should I Use The PogO Emote?
You should use the PogO emote when you want to show that you are not interested in what someone has to say.
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