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Pogged.TV constantly monitors the current top live channels on Twitch and creates an endless stream of clips to watch, right when something
POGis about to likely happen.
The system monitors spikes in chat activity combined with a high concentration of emotes being used. It picks out the best clip based on these requirements every 25 seconds, but will sometimes opt to show a replay of an older moment if nothing of note has happened on Twitch recently.
To be able to rewind back a couple of seconds before the
POGhappens, Pogged.TV displays moments from Twitch VODs. While the moments themselves are detected live, a 10 minute delay is required to be assured that the moment is available to watch in the live stream's VOD, which is always a couple minutes behind.
POGderives from the Twitch emote
PogChamp, an emote most commonly used to express excitement or hype.
POGGEDout of my gourd
— A very excited person