This Friday, the 2021 edition of the Anime Awards, a global event organized by Crunchyroll that aims to honor the community’s favorite anime titles and artists over the past year. During the ceremony we will also be able to see announcements, exclusive previews, messages from special guests and much more.
In compliance with the health standards posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s ceremony will be completely virtual and will be co-hosted by Tim Lyu and Crunchyroll-Hime.
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What time do the 2021 Anime Awards start?
For Latin America, the fifth edition of the Anime Awards will begin this Friday, February 19 o’clock 5:00 p.m., Pacific Time. Here is a list with the time conversion for some Latin American nations:
Mexico: 7:00 pmColombia: 8:00 pmPeru: 8:00 pmEcuador: 8:00 pmPanama: 8:00 pmBolivia: 9:00 pmVenezuela: 9:00 pmChili: 10:00 am Argentina: 10:00 pm Brazil: 10:00 pmParaguay: 10:00 pm Uruguay: 10:00 pm
Where can I see the 2021 Anime Awards?
The 2021 Anime Awards will be broadcast on the Crunchyroll home page and on all the distributor’s social networks in each region. It should be noted that if they cannot see the event live, it will be archived on video in each of the referred platforms.
If you prefer, several famous content creators and streamers among some sectors of the community will broadcast the Anime Awards 2021 on their own Twitch channels, where you can see and follow the incidents of the ceremony with them. Check the complete list in the following LINK.
Dear readers, what are your predictions or favorites for the 2021 Crunchyroll Anime Awards?
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