AnimeNYC Powered By Crunchyroll has rolled with the punches and followed in the footsteps of other major conventions by announcing a virtual convention in the absence of a full-scale event due to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, which has hit the New York City area and surrounding region particularly hard. To make up for the lack of an in-person convention, the organizers have joined forces with online lifestyle brand NTWRK to host AnimeNYC online across 4 nights next month.
We're excited to welcome fans around the world to NTWRK Presents Anime NYC Online Powered By Crunchyroll! Spend 4 evenings with us–Nov 17-20, 2020–packed with panels, interviews, Japanese guests, & more! And it's all on the @NTWRKLIVE app! Guests, schedules, & more coming soon! pic.twitter.com/9TCjRxfLe9
— Anime NYC (@animenyc) October 22, 2020
The event will be packed with special guests, merch sales, interviews, panels and more to be announced, with more specific announcements coming soon. With AnimeNYC going online this year, what do you expect from the event?
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