Every PogChamp in 2021

It's a crowd.

Image via Twitch

The original PogChamp is gone, but a sea of streamers are ready to reclaim it as one of the Twitch community’s most popular emote.

The first PogChamp emote, featuring Ryan “Gootecks” Gutierrez, was removed Jan. 6 following Gutierrez’s comments about a woman who was shot and killed during the storming of the U.S. Capitol, which Twitch believed to be “encouraging further violence.” The platform added that it “can’t in good conscience continue to enable use of the image.”

Twitch announced that the platform will be rolling out a new PogChamp every 24 hours, beginning Jan. 8. It might be a little unfamiliar at first, but there’s still nothing else like spamming it whenever you see a good play.

Here’s a list of all the PogChamps in 2021, sorted chronologically per week.

Week of Jan. 4 to Jan. 10

Jan. 8: UnRooolie of YoVideogames, Twitch Ambassador 2019

Jan. 9: UmiNoKaiju, Twitch Ambassador 2018

Jan. 10: Reversal

Week of Jan. 11 to 17

Jan. 11: CriticalBard

Jan. 12: DEERE

Jan. 13: TheGrefg

Jan. 14: Curiousjoi

Jan. 15: Kripparrian

Jan. 16: Littlesiha

Jan. 17: ThatBronzeGirl

Week of Jan. 18 to 24

Jan. 18: Kahlief of SpawnOnMe

Jan. 19: KomodoHype

Jan. 20: Merl

Jan. 21: Lilsimsie’s custom emote, designed by jessadoodle

Jan. 22: DBzenkai

Jan. 23: Nikatine

Jan. 24: Granny

Week of Jan. 25 to 31

Jan. 25: Gaules

Jan. 26: Loserfruit

Jan. 27: Yosoyricklive

Jan. 28: NFEN

Jan. 29: IamCristinini

Jan. 30: Solaaaa

Jan. 31: Zayuri

Week of Feb. 1 to 7

Feb. 1: MYM_ALKAPONE

https://static-cdn.jtvnw.net/emoticons/v2/305748917/default/light/1.0

Feb. 2: Kozmica

Feb. 3: Myth

Feb. 4: BigCheeseKIT

Feb. 5: AshleyRoboto

Feb. 6: JOEYKAOTYK

Feb. 7: Arex

Week of Feb. 8 to 14

Feb. 8: Techniq

Feb. 9: DatModz

Feb. 10: MadeYewLook

Feb. 11: SteveInSpawn

Feb. 12: KomodoHype, Twitch’s new permanent PogChamp