Twitch is the most famous online game streaming platform where multiple players can play a game and chat with their viewers in the chat panel. Just like every other social media platform like WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat; Twitch could also not resist introducing the emote feature.
People tend to use emotes in their chats while playing and streaming their games on Twitch to show their emotions whether they are excited and happy to win a game or they are frustrated about how difficult the game has become; whatever their emotions may be, emotes can really help these streamers to showcase them.
To create twitch emotes, first you will have to prepare a draft of your emote to determine what emotion you would like it to portray. After this, you will have to sketch the emote or take a picture of it and scan it on your computer. Next, copy the emote to the illustrator to lower its opacity. Copy it again on Photoshop to resize your emote if required since Twitch can only support emotes in three different sizes that are 28, 56 and 112 pixels. Once this is done, you can download the emote in the PNG version and upload it on Twitch chat to use it as your emote.