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Virtual Crunchyroll Expo 2020: How to get a free badge

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Here’s how you can get a Virtual Crunchyroll Expo 2020 badge for free and access this weekend’s virtual panels featuring celebrity guests, exclusive premieres, screenings art, and more!

Looking to get a digital badge to attend this Friday’s Virtual Crunchyroll Expo 2020 (V-CRX)? No worries! You can register for a free badge right now over at this CrunchyrollExpo.com! All you need for your free admission is to fill out the customer information form and you’ll noticed the price at the bottom is $0.00.

V-CRX will be running all Labor Day Weekend Friday, September 4th through Sunday, September 6, 2020. Here’s the current announcement for the event’s Anime-focused festivities. Registration/admission for Virtual Crunchyroll Expo 2020 is open internationally, you can register to attend no matter where you live.

Official Announcements for Virtual Crunchyroll Expo 2020


– A huge lineup of guests including the legendary horror artist Junji Ito, as well as creative staff and voice actors from Crunchyroll Original series like “The God of High School,” “EX-ARM,” “GIBIATE,” and “Noblesse” as well as “Dr. STONE” among many others.
World and domestic U.S. premieres of both the monstrous “GIBIATE” episode 9 and the first five minutes of the Crunchyroll Originals series “Noblesse.”


– A stellar lineup for the “Professional Athletes of Anime” panel including Aries Merritt, Olympic Gold Medalist for Team USA in track and field, Cole Anthony, a rising star in the American basketball scene playing for the North Carolina Tar Heels and Miro, streamer and professional wrestling champion (appearing on WWE under the name Rusev).


– An extensive slate of panels including a “Rent-a-Girlfriend” Q&A with the voice actors, a discussion on race in anime from Arthell Isom (CEO of D’ART Shtajio) and Roland Kelts (author of “JAPANAMERICA”), a conversation with horror artist Junji Ito on anime’s best cats, legendary Rock M. Sakura as a judge for Hime’s Cosplay Cup, discussion from black women pioneering the anime fandom space in the panel, “Black Girl Magic: anime edition,” industry panels from Crunchyroll and Crunchyroll Games, and much more!


– Crunchyroll Games to showcase exclusive gameplay content and announcements alongside the game developers and creative staff of NextNinja, Bandai Namco Entertainment, and Gaudium, the studio behind the upcoming Crunchyroll Game, “Grand Alliance.”


– The Crunchyroll Store will also be releasing tropical-themed apparel celebrating V-CRX 2020 later this week. Fans should stay tuned to crunchyrollexpo.com for more information.


– An immersive take on a virtual New Crunchy City, where To explore New Crunchy City fans can navigate through a series of districts similar to what fans are used to seeing at conventions: panel, premieres, and screenings in the Theater District; fan activations and activities in the Super Arcade; artist alley where fans can purchase directly from each artist’s store in the Anime Arts District; and an exhibitor hall in the Central Shopping District.


– Musical performances from Myth & Roid and TeddyLoid.


– Panels will be available to stream live in the Theater District at Virtual Crunchyroll Expo, and will be uploaded to the V-CRX On-Demand section periodically throughout the weekend to ensure fans can catch up on any of the action they might have missed.

Be sure to check out Virtual Crunchyroll Expo 2020: Former WWE Superstar Miro (Rusev) announced for panel, and One Piece’s Patrick Seitz is a Featured Guest at Virtual Crunchyroll Expo 2020 for more information about featured guests and panels!

Looking to find out which Anime streaming service has your favorite show dubbed? Check out VRV vs Funimation vs Hulu vs Crunchyroll vs HIDIVE vs Netflix vs Amazon Prime vs HBO Max: Anime Dub Master List for a full comparison breakdown! The table is always being updated for accuracy and new titles.

Don’t forget to register for a free badge to V-CRX today and attend this weekend’s Anime celebration! A free badge is all you need to join every part of V-CRX from Friday, September 4 – Sunday, September 6. Go to VirtualCrunchyrollExpo for a complete schedule.

Nir Regev is the founder of The Natural Aristocrat. You can directly contact him at nir.regev@thenaturalaristocrat.com for coverage consideration, interview opportunties, or general comments.

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