“Gambling is madly interesting. Come on, let’s go crazy.” Remember who said this famous line? It was none other than Yumeko Jabami. Our very own firecracker who had stepped into Hyakkao Private Academy to burst it into flames with her cunning ways. For this reason and many more, this anime was quick to become everyone’s favorite. So, it is not a surprise that the series is getting an English dub. Let’s look at the rest of the details below!
Details on Kakegurui’s English Dub Release And More!
When an anime gets famous nationally and internationally, the creators make it more likable and famous. As a result, they look for ways in which they can garner more fans and views. Because of which the creators resort to the number one rule- releasing the English dub of that anime. Since it helps in lessening the language barrier, more people are inclined to watch that anime. Therefore, the same happened after ‘Kakegurui’ became quite famous.
On Friday, Sentai Filmworks released an official statement revealing its English dub cast for the anime. ‘Kakegurui’ is set to be released on the 30th of November on Blu-Ray Disc. In order to commemorate the release of the English dub, Sentai Filmwork released a snippet video of it. (You can watch it below).
English Dub Cast And Crew Of Kakegurui
With a change in the language and voice, many find it hard to relate to them when it is re-released with something new. Nevertheless, these changes do not apply to the way the character is presented in many animes. As revealed by the snippet of ‘Kakegurui,’ the English voice cast has tried their best to hold onto the essence of the characters. So, let’s take a look as to who is voicing whom: –
- Estelle Link 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 as the Announcer
The other released details are about the ADR Director, Scriptwriter, audio engineer, and more. According to it, John Swasey is the ADR Director, and Blake Jackson worked on the ADR script with him. In addition to it, Patrick Marrero is there as the audio engineer, and Brent Marshall is appointed for mixing.
Extra Details On The Kakegurui’s Franchise
The anime ‘Kakegurui’ is based on the manga written by Homura Kawamoto and Toru Naomura, named the same. Furthermore, the manga called ‘Kakegurui-Compulsive Gambler’ was first released in March 2014. It was launched in a magazine called ‘Square Enix’s Gangan Joker’ magazine. Moreover, with another news, ‘Yen Press’ will translate and release the manga in English. Consequently, the manga even helped in bringing forth a 1o episode live-action inspired from it. It first premiered in January 2018 in Japan, and those outside Japan had seen this through the help of Netflix. After this initial release, not only was a second season released in March 2019, a live-action movie was also premiered in the same year. Lastly a sequel to the live action movie was released this June after the delays caused by Covid-19.
With this, we can see another great franchise heading towards more popularity and engagement from people worldwide. Let’s cheer them on and look for the release of the Blue-Ray disc of ‘Kakegurui’s’ English dub! In addition to this, if you want to know more about the anime studios that put across such amazing animes out there you check Top 10 Best Anime Studios out!