No Game No Life; Every Thing To Know About The Animé TV Series

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Monthly Comic Alive made a public announcement on 27th July, 2013 about the new anime adaptation of No Game No Life. The animé television show was premiered on the 9th of April, 2014 on AT-X and directed by Atsu Ishizuka and was animated by Madhouse. The show was later on broadcasted on about five broadcast stations and a lot of streaming services.

The final episode was premiered on 25th June, 2014. Additionally, Media Factory made the series available on sic DVD and Blu-ray discs between 25th June and 26th November, 2014. According to reliable sources, This Game by Kononi Suzuki was the show’s opening theme and Oracion by Ai Kayano, Shiro’s voice actress was also its ending theme.

Crunchyroll programmed the show, No Game No 5 and made it reachable to a lot of destinations. For instance, in North America, Anime Network showed the show on their network and also on their website. Sentai Filmworks also released the television show for home use somewhere in July 2015. Also, in the UK, MVM Entertainment gave an official license for the series to be distributed.

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Hanabee Entertainment in Australasia also licensed it for its Video on Demand website. France also programmed on Anime Digital Network and broadcasted on Viacom International Media Networks’ J-One Channel. The television series is also made available for watch on PPTV.

Ai Kayano and Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, the voice actors for Shiro and Sora, also hosted an internet radio show on Hibiki Radio named No Radio No Life. The show was showcased to the public weekly between 8th April and 29th July 2014. A total of 26 segments were planned and three discs were also respectively released between July 2014 and February, 2015.

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The movie adaptation of the sixth light novel was publicized on 17th July, 2016 at the MF Bunko J Summer School Festival. The film was named No Game No Life: Zero (ノーゲーム・ノーライフ ゼロ, Nōgēmu Nōraifu Zero) was premiered on 15th July, 2017 with the total casts and staff from the animé television series returning.

There Is A Reason by Konomi Suzuki is the animé series’ theme song. It is known that the song was added to the album No Song No Life released on 12th July, 2017. Sentai Filmworks was scheduled to release the film theatrically in the United States of America on from 5th October, 2017 and in Australia on 5th November, 2017.

The animé television show No Game No Life: Zero has over 97% marking by Google Users. It had a massive score of about 7.5/10 on IMDB. It also had a profit margin of about $2,800,000 and had successfully sold more than tha. 40,000 Blu-ray HD copies.

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No Game No Life Synopsis

No Game No Life is one of the famous and fantastic comedy animés that follows Shoro and Sora, shut-in NEET siblings and the only game duo who are behind the surname Blank.

They see the world as another game; they had an email challenging them to a chess match that changes everything. The two are sent to the other side of life where their path is met with Tet, the God of Games.

Tet welcomes Shiro and Sora to Dishboard. The Dashboard is a world where all forms of conflict are settled through games. It was at this stage that the idea of humanity is reduced to child’s play. Shiro and Sora then found a reason to play games to defeat Tet.

No Game No Life

Is Tet A Boy Or A Girl?

Tet, in the animé television series, is seen wearing a red hoodie with a chartreuse shirt and blue shorts indicating that, he is a boy.

No Game No Life Genre

The famous animé series is a fantasy, science fiction and Isekai.

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