Sentai Announces ‘Kakegurui XX’ English Dub

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‘Kakegurui XX’ is the second season of ‘Kakegurui’ an anime based on the manga written by Homura Kawamoto and illustrated by Tōru Naomura. The show was made by the Japanese animation company MAPPA with Yuichiro Hayashi and Kiyoshi Matsuda serving as co-directors. Sentai Filmworks announced that they are developing an English dub set to have a DVD released in January 2022.

The cast includes Estelle Link, Adam Gibbs, Hilary Haag, Eric Vale, Juliet Simmons, Cat Thomas, John Gremillion, Scott Gibbs, Olivia Swasey, Kailin Coates, Christina Kelly, and Natalie Rial. John Swasey will serve as ADR director.

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You can watch an official clip from the dub below:

MyAnimeList describes the plot as follows:

“As Yumeko Jabami’s fame grows and the reputation of the student council dwindles, Kirari Momobami decides to revolutionize the group. To this end, she announces an election for its next president. The rules are simple: each student in the school receives one chip. Whoever has the most chips by the end of thirty days becomes both the new president and the head of the Momobami clan.

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Upon receiving news of this development, the Momobami branch families spring into action. Eleven transfer students arrive at Hyakkao Private Academy, each aiming to lead both the school and the Momobami clan. Equipped with unique talents, they will compete to get as many chips as possible—but their chips are not the only things on the line.”

‘Kakegurui XX’ was released on Netflix in November 2019. This season featured twelve episodes which ran from January 8, 2019 – March 26, 2019 on the Tokyo MX television network.

‘Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler’ is the psychological thriller manga that the show is based on. It was first published by Square Enix under the GC Joker imprint. It has been in publication since 2014 for a total of fifteen volumes and has been released in North America through Yen Press.

Netflix previously had the license for an English dub.


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