Bandai Namco will start the Dragon Ball Games Battle Hour today, March 6, at 1 PM ET, 10 PM ET, and 6 PM GMT. If you don’t live in either of these time zones, we’re not forgetting you, check here for a timezone conversion table.
Dragon Ball Games Battle Hour Explained
The DBGBH is a special event teased for several days by Bandai Namco now. It will be a 12-hour long stream featuring tons of exciting content for Dragon Ball, including fighting games tournaments, Diorama Art Challenges, and talk shows with the producers. The event will focus on every aspect of Dragon Ball, including mobile games, arcade games in Japan, card games, and goodies. You can check the full schedule here.
Last but not least, the Dragon Ball Games Battle Hour will include a live concert by the egend Hironobu Kageyama as a Halftime Show.
Join us March 6th @ 10AM PST for the #DragonBall Games Battle Hour!
— Bandai Namco US (@BandaiNamcoUS) March 6, 2021
What will be Announced at the DBZ Games Battle Hour?
Bandai Namco teased that the final part, the Closing Ceremony, will include several announcements for existing Dragon Ball games. One example is possible new information regarding Dragon Ball Z Kakarot DLC.
How to Watch the Dragon Ball Games Battle Hour
The DBGBH, as explained above, is a global event with multiple themes. There’s an English livestream for each theme. You can find them all listed here. Lastly, there’s a Japanese stream. Personally speaking, if you can speak the language, it’ll recommend following the Japanese livestream. Because it’s possible it will include exclusive announcements.
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