Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V English Dub Previewed During 150th YCS Live Stream

May 23, 2015 at 10:41 pm | Posted in ARC-V, English dubbed, Konami, Yu-Gi-Oh! | 5 Comments

The English dub of Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V episode 1 was previewed in its entirety during the 150th YCS live stream
The full English-dubbed episode?! No way!

Konami’s 150th Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series event kicked off today in Columbus, Ohio with over 1,700 duelists from far and wide in attendance. Duelists and fans who couldn’t make it to the event weren’t far from the action with Konami live streaming on YouTube, and even got a special surprise. After the first round concluded, viewers got to see the entire English-dubbed first episode of Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V! The live stream is still saved on YouTube, so swing into action and be one of the few to preview the episode before it hits the airwaves in America!

Be sure to subscribe to Konami’s official Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG YouTube channel and tune in as the 150th YCS shindig continues tomorrow.


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  1. Just wanted to add that it isn’t the “entire” first episode. The last 45 seconds of the episode were cut as the stream ends the episode abruptly after Stargazer Magician and Timegazer Magician are summoned to the field.

  2. Oh boo hoo, not the last 45 seconds! D: Just be grateful it was shown in the live stream at all, sheesh.

  3. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining. i just don’t see why the last 45 seconds had to be cut out during the Livestream.

  4. Surprised they premiered it in a livestream. They should have gone with Netflix or Hulu where more people would know to watch.

  5. @Charles Martin I’m guessing it was a technical glitch. The entire live stream was reset shortly after that.
    @Dan Technically this wasn’t a premiere because the dub has already made an appearance at previous YCS tournaments. It just so happens that this YCS was the special 150th YCS and got a live stream. And for whatever reason, the powers that be decided to play the episode during the stream, which exposed to dub to more people. There will still be a “real” premiere in the future for an even wider audience so don’t worry about that.

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