Pokimane pulls off simple Pokemon cosplay at TwitchCon

Joe Craven
Instagram: Pokimane/Pokemon

Popular Twitch streamer Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys has pulled off a simple yet elegant Pokemon cosplay while at TwitchCon 2019 in San Diego. 

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TwitchCon 2019 takes place from September 27-29 in San Diego, California, seeing the biggest Twitch partners in the world come together to meet fans and share their experiences of the streaming platforms. 

One of the biggest Twitch names in the world, it is no surprise that Pokimane is present at TwitchCon, and impressing fans with her cosplays. This time replicating an outfit from Pokemon, the series from which her name is derived. 

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Twitch2019’s TwitchCon takes place in San Diego.
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The cosplay aims to replicate the Pokemon performer Serena, known as a traveling companion of Ash. She made her first appearance in the Pokemon universe in 2013, as part of the ‘Kalos, Where Dreams and Adventures Begin!’ TV series. 

She posted the impressively accurate pictures to Instagram on September 27, with many fans quick to commend just how accurate the cosplay is, including the trademark hat and sunglasses perched on top of the head. 

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Similarly, the skirt and long socks are nailed on. She even clutches a PokeBall to complete the outfit. 

Instagram: PokimanePokimane as Serena from Pokemon.

The cosplay was well-received on social media, amassing over half a million likes at the time of writing. YouTuber FruityPoppin replied with “cutie”.

Another remarked on how accurate the outfit was, describing it as “on point”. A third said that “you even got the shoes spot on”. 

Instagram: PokimanePokimane, compared to the Pokemon character she was emulating.
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TwitchCon sees the most popular Twitch streamers in the world coming together, with many meeting for the first time. It’s fair to say Pokimane’s cosplay will see her make a good first impression. 

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Joe is a former writer for Dexerto, who focused on Call of Duty, FIFA, Apex Legends and Rainbow Six Siege.