Adaptation based on survival game manga by Osora hits Japanese TV in July of 2019
New cast members and a new key visual have been revealed for Naka no Hito Genmoe [Jikkyouchuu] ("On-the-Spot Coverage"), an upcoming TV anime based on the survival game manga by Osora about a group of gamers who are forced to livestream a contest where the stakes are life-and-death.
The new cast members for Naka no Hito Genmoe [Jikkyouchuu] include:
Manaka Iwami as Himiko Inaba.
Takuma Terashima as Makino Aikawa.
Kaori Nazuka as Yuzu Roromori.
Kenjiro Tsuda was also announced as the voice of Paka (not pictured).
Previously announced cast members include:
Daiki Yamashita as Akatsuki Iride.
Akari Kitō as Karin Sarayashiki.
Takuya Sato as Kaikoku Onigasaki.
Tasuku Hatanaka as Anya Kudou.
And Kōki Uchiyama as Zakuro Oshigiri.
In Naka no Hito Genome [Jikkyouchuu], there are rumors of a mysterious "disappearance game" which causes players to vanish just before clearing it. One day, Akatsuki Iride, a young man who livestreams video games on the Internet, finds himself trapped on a deserted island along with seven other popular streamers. The group is tasked with completing risky, real-life games in order to garner 100 million views.
Naka no Hito Genome [Jikkyouchuu] is directed by Shin Ōnuma and features animation production by SILVER LINK.. The series will broadcast in Japan beginning in July of 2019.
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