SADGE Twitch Emote Meaning & Origin – Get on PC & Mobile

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Different emotes on Twitch have different purposes to enhance your chat experience and Sadge is considered one of the best Emote to express sadness on any Twitch chat. In this guide, I will take you through SADGE Twitch emote meaning, Origin, and how you can use it both on PC and Mobile.

Sadge is a BTTV or FrankerFaceZ emote and for which you need to have these extensions on your PC.

But what if you want to use it on your mobile? I have the solution, so keep reading.



What does SADGE Twitch Emote Mean?

Sadge is a BTTV emote and a variant of Pepe the Frog where the frog’s eyes are looking down with sadness.

Trust me, this emotes is really versatile emote as this can be used for different purposes. Check a few of the examples below to better understand. 

  • When Streamer shares some sad news
  • Streamer gets emotional
  • Streamers disappoint viewers in gameplay.
  • When Streamer’s heart is broken by any girl.

These are a few examples that were going in my mind but there can be many other situations where viewers can pick this emote to share sadness.

In simple words, Sadge Emote or meme is used to convey sadness, disappointment, dejection, and also for ironic usage.


How to Pronounce Sadge Twitch Emote

Now, this is another most asked question by the users how to pronounce this Emote Sadge. There might be different pronunciations depending on the location you live.
As per US & UK, the pronunciation will be 



Sadge Emote Origin

As you know Sadge emote is a variant of a popular twitch Emote Pepe the frog which originated in 2005. But Sadge emote is a new emote that was first uploaded on BetterTTV on January, 4th 2020 by a user called Redshell.

Redshell is a Twitch streamer and during one of his streams, he said that he and one of his mod Walrus made the emote Sadge.

The emote expression is different but the shapes and face are almost like other popular Emotes like MonkaW and WidePeepoHappy.

The Emote got also popular when it was liked by people on a few channels and CopyPastas like “Dearest brother”.


The Story of Pepe the Frog Meme

Pepe the frog became one of the most popular memes in the world and perhaps nowhere did he become as indispensable as on twitch.

As he grew in popularity it came with more and more of his variations like Booba.

This is the story of the meme that went from emotional touchstone to alleged hate symbol and then was revived again and now it’s back and it didn’t die.

In this guide we shared Sadge Twitch Emote meaning and origin, you can check more twitch emotes related to Pepe the Prog as well.

In 2005 during the golden age of webcomics matt fury released “boys club” number one and among its group of listless post-college animal bros, the comic featured a chill frog named PEPE.

Fury’s creation did find attention in the young internet landscape. In 2008 the meme started to pick up some real steam on the popular internet message board 4chan.

A growing mix of social media networks image sites and gaming communities started to embrace Pepe as online games and streaming continued to explode in popularity than in 2014 Pepe escaped into the cultural mainstream posts by celebrities like Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj.


How to Use Sadge Twitch Emote

I am pretty sure after reading about SADGE Twitch Emote Meaning and meme you might be thinking that how to get the emote to use in the chat.

You will have to use either  BTTV or FrankerFacez extension to enjoy this emote. I will also share the way mobile users can enjoy the emote on their mobile.

Viewers can enjoy this emote only when it’s been added by the streamer on their channel.

How to Get Sadge Twitch Emote on Twitch Channel (For Streamers)

Follow the below steps to add the emote on your twitch channel.

  1. Navigate to the Better TTV website and Install the BTTV extension on your browser. BTTV extension is available for almost all browsers. 

  2. Once downloaded log in with your twitch account and then it will be successfully added to your browser. 

  3. In the next step, you need to enable BetterTwitchTV from chat settings. Once enabled you will be explored with lots of additional emotes. 

  4. From the BTTV dashboard, click on the “Emotes” tab and type “Sadge” in the search box. 

  5. Here you will find all related and matching emotes. Spend some time and add whichever you like and then click on Add to Channel.

Now refresh the twitch page and you will find that Sadge twitch Emote has now been added to your channel. In case the Emote doesn’t appear then wait for some time and refresh the page again.

If emotes still don’t show up read this article on BetterTTV emotes not showing up.


How to Get Sadge Twitch Emote in Chat (For Viewers)

Now as a viewer you also need to install the BetterTTV extension to use this Emote on any channel.

Even if the streamers have added this Emote on their channel you won’t be able to use it without a BTTV extension.

  • Open the Better TTV website and Install the BTTV extension on your browser.

  • Click on Download and then follow the steps to install the extension.

Once installed, you are all set just refresh the twitch channel, and then you will find a new Emote section has been added by BetterTTV just left to the Chat at the very right-hand bottom.


How to Use Sadge BTTV Emote on Phone

Probably you know that BTTV and FrankerfaceZ emotes are only for PC users and so people watching the streams on phones cannot enjoy these BTTV emotes like Sadge.

I was recently looking for a solution and found an app called DankChat that allows you to use these BTTV emotes from your mobile.

NOTE:- You can only chat and use BTTV emotes here and cannot watch the stream.

  • Open PlayStore on your Android phone and search for the app called DankChat as shown in the image below.
    How to use BTTV emotes on Mobile
    How to use BTTV emotes on Mobile

  • Once the app is downloaded and installed, open the app and tap on the + icon at the right-hand top.

  • Add Channel box will now be up, type the channel name in the box where you want to chat with these BTTV emotes.

  • Now the Stream chat will start, tap on the emote icon at the very left of the Start chatting box. Now tap on the Channel tab to view all the channel BTTV emotes. 

So as you cant watch the stream here and can only chat with all available channel BTTV emotes, open the Twitch app as well and keep switching between the app.


More Similar Emotes to Sadge

These all Emotes started from Pepe the frog and since then there have been lots of variants of this emote.

Different emotes have their own meaning and use which really enhances the chat experience.

If you are a twitch streamer or a regular viewer of Twitch then you must know all about these emotes.

MonkaW Twitch Emote

WidePeepoHappy Twitch Emote
WidePeepoHappy Twitch Emote
Booba Twitch Emote
Booba Twitch Emote



Why Sadge Emote is not available with Twitch?

Sadge Emote was never a part of Twitch global emote and you can only use it with the help of BTTV and FrankerFaceZ extension.
There are several variants of Pepe emote like MonkaS which are not a part of Twitch.

When to Use Sadge Emote in Twitch chat?

Sadge means sadness or disappointment so whenever something sad happens or is shared in the stream you can use this emote.
Similarly, if a Streamer fails the level or shares any sad moments and news you can spam with Sadge emote.


Emotes are another form of text to share your emotions in the chat and Sadge is a great variant of Pepe the frog to share sadness in the chat.

In this guide, you learned Sadge twitch emote meaning, its origin, and how to get it on twitch.

Let me know if you have experience related to this emote or any questions.



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