theScore delves into the history of one of the FGC’s most infamous Twitch emotes

By on November 8, 2018 at 6:00 pm

The relationship between Twitch and the fighting game community has always been a close one. With one of the earliest emotes being the Gootecks-inspired PogChamp, another one was about to make a rise to prominence.

The Jebaited emote has become a fixture in nearly every FGC stream, even making its way out of our own little circle of events. But few who use the emote know the lore behind its creation, or even the fact that the current state of the emote is a revision of the original emote.

As explained by theScore and the man behind the face, CEO tournament organizer Alex Jebailey, the emote itself stems from not only fighting games, but his storied history and love for professional wrestling.

Source: theScore esports


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Corey "Missing Person" Lanier is a full-time writer, and one half of the "So Smart" team that did commentary for Street Fighter V Crash. A former English teacher, he has spent 5 years living between China and South Korea before moving to Canada. When he's not busy writing, he enjoys streaming, playing mafia and elevating his Super Turbo game. He also believes Sailor Moon S is the best fighting game on the planet, and if you don't believe him, see him in Sailor Moon!