November 28, 2021


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Sentai Filmworks Announces Kakegurui Anime's English Dub Cast

Sentai Filmworks Announces Kakegurui Anime's English Dub Cast


Sentai Filmworks Proclaims Kakegurui Anime’s English Dub Solid

Sentai Filmworks introduced on Friday the English dub forged for its deliberate launch of the Kakegurui anime based mostly on Homura Kawamoto and Tōru Naomura‘s manga on Blu-ray Disc on November 30. The corporate additionally streamed a video for the dub.

The English dub forged contains:

  • Estelle Hyperlink as Yumeko Jabami
  • Adam Gibbs as Ryota Suzui
  • Cat Thomas as Itsuki Sumeragi
  • Andrew Love as Jun Kiwatari
  • Scott Gibbs as Kaede Manyuda
  • Olivia Swasey as Kirari & Ririka Momobami
  • Kalin Coates as Kumagusu
  • Christina Kelly as Mary Satome
  • Natalie Rial as Midari Ikishima
  • Hilary Haag as Nanami Tsubomi
  • Brittney Karbowski as Runa Yomozuki
  • Mai Le as Saori
  • Melissa Molano as Sayaka Igarashi
  • Courtland Johnson as Shinnoji
  • Maggie Flecknoe as Yumemi Tumemite
  • Genevieve Simmons as Yuriko Nishinotouin
  • John Gremillion because the Announcer

John Swasey is the ADR Director and wrote the ADR script with Blake Jackson. Brent Marshall is answerable for the combo. Patrick Marrero is the audio engineer.

The anime’s first season ran from July to September 2017 in Japan. The sequence premiered exterior of Japan on Netflix in February 2018.

The anime’s second season, titled Kakegurui××, premiered in January 2019, and Sentai Filmworks introduced earlier this month that it has acquired the season’s rights. Netflix started streaming the sequence in June 2019.

Kawamoto and Naomura’s Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler manga launched in Sq. Enix‘s Gangan Joker journal in March 2014. Yen Press is releasing the manga in English.

The manga additionally impressed a 10-episode live-action present that premiered in Japan in January 2018. Netflix is streaming the sequence exterior of Japan. A second season premiered in March 2019, adopted by a live-action movie in Could 2019. A sequel live-action movie opened in Japan on June 1 after two COVID-19 delays.

Supply: Sentai Filmworks (hyperlink 2)