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FUNimation will be bringing out the Senran Kagura anime on July 29th.

Dentsu Entertainment USA, Inc. plans to bring the Yo-Kai Watch (guess we’ll be using that title from here on out… maybe) anime to the Americas. No word yet on when it will be debuting, but the company is said to be “seeking both broadcast and merchandising partners in these geographic markets.” Hopefully Level-5 will, in turn, bring over its Yo-Kai Watch games.

Check out the official announcement for the Yo-Kai Watch anime below.

Nickelodeon has teamed up with Dentsu Entertainment to broadcast The Little Battlers eXperience anime in the Americas. The show will debut on Nicktoons later this year.

Dentsu Entertainment USA president and chief executive officer Yuma Sakata said:

“The LBX franchise is a great example of Dentsu Entertainment USA’s approach. The LBX series in Japan was creative and benefited from a coordinated launch by multiple partners in the broadcast, gaming, toy and licensee sectors. We think that, in working with our team of North American writers, producers, and partners, we will experience similar success in the Americas.”

The Little Battlers eXperience started out as Level-5’s RPG game series. The anime, which has seen a few different series, began airing in Japan back in 2011.

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Level-5 finally released Inazuma Eleven on the North American 3DS eShop last night. To celebrate, the first few episodes of the series’ anime can now be seen on the digital store.

Nintendo relayed the news through Twitter earlier today:


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