Over on Twitch Presents, you can catch a slew of Yu-Gi-Oh! (English dub) seasons and series for free. The site confirmed it will be hosting an anime holiday marathon from December 20th through January 16th. Twitch will run “each season three times before moving on to the proceeding one” until all of its content has been shown.
You can check out the schedule for the Yu-Gi-Oh! holiday marathon below. Twitch plans to air portions of GX, 5D, and Zexal before its closes.
- Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Season 1 – Dec 20, 12:00 PM – Dec 23, 6:24 PM
- Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Season 2 – Dec 23, 6:24 PM – Dec 27, 12:50 AM
- Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Season 3 – Dec 27, 12:50 AM – Dec 30, 5:43 AM
- Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s Season 1 – Dec 30, 5:43 AM – Jan 3, 6:11 AM
- Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s Season 2 – Jan 3, 6:11 AM – Jan 6, 11:09 PM
- Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal Season 1 -Jan 6, 11:09 PM – Jan 10, 1:02 AM
- Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal Season 2 – Jan 10, 1:02 AM – Jan 13, 2:54 AM
- Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal Season 3 – Jan 13, 2:54 AM – Jan 16, 3:17 AM
You may notice that several seasons are missing from the list. Yu-Gi-Oh! GXwill not be airing its fourth season during the marathon. A few seasons of 5Dare also missing, but Zexal will air in its entirety. No reason for the omission has been released yet, but fans are assuming it has to do with either licensing reasons or time constraints.
This is not the first time Twitch has held a Yu-Gi-Oh! marathon. Earlier this year, the streaming platform did a marathon of the original anime following New York Comic Con. The marathon came after Twitch’s partnership with Crunchyroll kicked off to massive success. The companies teamed up to do marathons of hit series like Yuri on Ice and Mob Psycho, and more are surely in the future.