What does LUL mean in twitch ? ( Meaning + Details )
What is the meaning of LUL ?
LUL is an emote on twitch that is used to express laughter in twitch chat. Its usage is similar to that of the word ‘LOL’. It is widely used by viewers in twitch stream chats when they see something funny.
The LUL emote features the face of John Bain, who is game reviewer also known by his online alias TotalBiscuit. His channel on YouTube has about 2 Million subscribers.
The picture of this emote shows his laughing face with his hand on his chin. This shows a mocking and funny laugh.
How do I get LUL to emote on twitch?
To see gif emotes on your twitch chat you need to install the BTTV extension and add it to your browser. You can do it by searching ‘BTTV download’ on your web browser.
You can do it by using this link :
How do I enable LUL on twitch ?
After adding BTTV as your browser extension you have to :
- Open a twitch stream
- Go to its ‘chats settings’
- Click on ‘BetterTTV settings’
- A menu will pop up. Enable ‘BetterTTV Emotes’, enable ‘Emote Menu’, enable ‘BetterTTV gif emotes’, and also enable ‘FrankerFaceZEmotes’
Now, to add BTTV emotes to your chat you may go to manage.betterttv.net and connect your twitch account to BTTV.
You can now add the LUL emote to your twitch account.
How to use the LUL emote after installing BTTV?
After you have installed BTTV, you can go to the chat window of any live stream and at the bottom, you will see a smiley button. Click on that and now you can use all your BTTV emotes including Poggers.
When do I use the LUL emote?
You may use the LUL emote on twitch when you see something very funny happen in the stream. It is a great way to convey your happiness, enjoyment, and appreciation for the streamer’s stream.