PepeD is a variant of Pepe the Frog emotes, that was created for the streaming website Twitch.tv as part of the BTTV (Better Twitch TV) collection.
The emote features an 8bit animation of Pepe the Frog, dancing to the left and right, while holding up his left and then right hand.
The emote can be used as a reaction to the music played on stream or to express enjoyment of certain situations.
The emote has spawned other variants, which are as following:
Based on Pepe the Frog that portrays a teenage character which was created in 2005, by artist Matt Furie for his comic series called “Boy’s Club”, the emote is unique in a way that it is not the usual drawing, but an 8bit rendition.
The emote was added to Twitch.tv in 2018 as part of the BTTV (Better Twitch TV) collection, which is a browser extension, that enhances your viewing experience on the site, by granting access to new unique emotes, chat features, etc.
As of 10/12/2019 according to the website StreamElements, pepeD is the 21st on the list of most popular/used emotes on the website Twitch.tv, making it one of the more popular emotes.