Fans of video streaming sites are wondering “What does Poggers and Pogchamp mean?”. We look into the term’s origins and meaning!
Instantly what comes to mind are Pogs right? The little milk caps that you would play with growing up where you, the player would be the Pogger. Well, that’s nowhere near the new-fangled meaning of the terms Poggers and Pochamp.
For reasons which will shortly be explained, the term is mostly seen on video sharing sites such as, YouTube, TikTok and Twitch. Though it can now be seen as part of memes and general chit-chat.
So, what does Poggers and Pogchamp mean?
What does the term Poggers mean on social media?
The terms Poggers or Pogchamp refer to an emoticon of Pepe the Frog, that is shown on the above mentioned social media sites. Poggers and Pogchamp can be seen on different sites with varying popularity of the term, alongside the image of Pepe the Frog.
Pogchamp is primarily used on Twitch and is popular with the League of Legends community. However, over time the term became abbreviated to Poggers. It is a term that shows elation or excitement towards something.
Poggers means the exact same thing however, the term can be seen more commonly in the comments section of YouYube and TikTok. As time has gone on, the term is used more casually. Though the image of Pepe the Frog springs to mind he isn’t always used in the same post as the term and vice versa.
Who is Pepe the Frog?
Pepe the Frog is an anthropomorphic frog created by Matt Furie as part of a comic titles ‘Boy’s Club’, which released in 2005. He was re-imagined by fans across social media and later become a meme around 2015.
He has been used for political context and shown in documentaries as well as memes. Pepe the Frog is now well-known all over the world. At one point in 2015, he became one of the top 10 most important memes on Twitter. Pepe the frog has most recently become known as the face of the term Pogger and Pogchamp.