Bring in the evergreen Yu Gi Oh! anime hitting digital screens in the UK and Ireland, Sky Kids, part of Sky, picked up the new Yu Gi Oh! Seven series. Sky Kids has also renewed two existing Yu Gi Oh! series for another season, bringing anime fans even more adventures from the most popular anime series of all time.
The announcement was made today by Kristen Gray, President of Konami Cross Media NY, Inc., which handles distribution and licensing of the Yu Gi Oh! franchise outside of Asia. Yu Gi Oh! will be available on the Sky Kids app, which was launched in 2016 as a fun and safe way for children and young audiences to play games and watch shows in a family environment. Free for Sky customers, the Sky Kids app now offers over 5,000 episodes to watch on the app.
“As one of Europe’s largest digital children’s platforms with millions of viewers, Sky Kids will deliver the best in anime with the latest series from the Yu Gi Oh! franchise and more adventures from previous editions. Attracting audiences from around the world, Yu Gi Oh! continues to perform very well introducing new storylines, heroes and monsters that will delight the fanbase and attract new viewers,” said Gray.
The Sky Kids app will be launched Yu Gi Oh! Seven in October 2022. Yu Gi Oh! Seven is the seventh series of the Yu Gi Oh! lively franchise. As with every new Yu-Gi-Oh! series, Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens introduces a new protagonist, Yuga Ohdo. The series is set in the futuristic city of Goha and features Yuga Ohdo, a fifth-grade elementary school student who loves both inventions and dueling. In his quest, Yuga manages to install a new set of rules of his own creation known as Rush Duel, allowing for faster and more frantic duels.
In the meantime, Sky Kids, which has already launched the first season of Yu Gi Oh! True and Yu Gi Oh!unveiled season two of the two Yu Gi Oh! series are currently available on the app.
Sky Kids is now available on Google Play and the App Store.