Asian Games emoji

The 2018 Asian Games Mascots. Images from Asian Games website.

Philippines, 14 August 2018 – With under four days to go until the 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia, the conversation continues to heat up. Once it begins, Twitter will be the only place for sports fans to find real-time updates about what’s happening on ground and experience the excitement on and off platform.


In celebration of the biggest sport event in Asia, Twitter has launched three special emojis in the shape of:

  • the official Asian Games logo,
  • a torch that symbolizes the energy of Asia,
  • and the 3 mascots -Bhin Bhin, Atung, and Kaka- that reflect Indonesia’s diversity with three animals, each from different regions in Indonesia.

Available until the month of October, the emoji will appear when the following hashtags are used in Tweets:





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To keep updated on all of the conversation; fans can follow @AsianGames2018, as well as search for and Tweet with the official Asian Games 2018 hashtags above.

Continue to support our Filipino Athletes as they compete for the #AsianGames2018. Just Tweet your support using #LabanAtletangPilipino and #TeamPHIsaAsianGames2018.

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