Sentai Filmworks Kakegurui English dub cast features a couple of heavy hitters

Fans of dubbed anime will be thrilled with this week’s announcement by Sentai Filmworks of the English dub cast for Kakegurui.

Especially as it features a few heavy hitter voice actors — Adam Gibbs, Christina Kelly and Andrew Love to name a couple.

The anime, of course, is based on the manga by Homura Kawamoto and Tōru Naomura, and follows the gambling antics of Yumeko Jabami and the rest of the elite students at Hyakkaou Private Academy.

The Sentai Filmworks Kakegurui English dub cast will appear on the company’s Blu-ray disc release on November 30th.

And yes, it is a different cast and English soundtrack than the Netflix version, as we all know Netflix doesn’t seem to be too happy about sharing their dub soundtracks for a decent licensing price.

 

The Sentai Filmworks Kakegurui English dub cast includes:

  • Estelle Link who plays Yumeko Jabami
  • Adam Gibbs (Chihayafuru) who voices Ryota Suzui
  • Cat Thomas (My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU) as Itsuki Sumeragi
  • Andrew Love (Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma) as Jun Kiwatari
  • Scott Gibbs (Haikyu!!) as Kaede Manyuda
  • Olivia Swasey (My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU) who plays Kirari & Ririka Momobami
  • Kalin Coates (Girls und Panzer) who voices Kumagusu
  • Christina Kelly (Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?) as Mary Satome
  • Natalie Rial (My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU) as Midari Ikishima
  • Hilary Haag (It It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?) as Nanami Tsubomi
  • Brittney Karbowski (A Certain Magical Index) as Runa Yomozuki

The Kakegurui Blu-ray disc is only the beginning of joy for English dub fans as well, as Sentai Filmworks has also announced they have already acquired the rights for season 2 of the anime series, Kakegurui××.

Watch the trailer for the Sentai Kakegurui English dub cast below — they do a decent job — then watch and listen to the entire first season of Kakegurui on Blu-ray disc from November 30th.

You can pre-order from Sentai now.

 

Michelle Topham