The news that “The King’s Avatar” (originally titled “Quanzhi Gaoshou”) will be continuing with the third season was shared on the official social media handles of “The King’s Avatar,” and a teaser image for the upcoming season can be found below.
Since Ye Xiu has achieved the start 6 position, he is now qualified to take part in the season 9 qualifiers and start his road toward winning the championship. It has been announced that the combat god, also known as Quanzhi Gaoshou, will return for a third season. This season will focus on Team Happy’s journey through the competitive scene.
Team Happy was able to earn a spot in the Glorious Professional League by the end of the ninth season, where they remained until the beginning of the tenth season. On the other hand, it will be intriguing to see what they do in season 3 if they are not successful in winning the trophy in season 3. For those viewers who simply cannot wait for the third season of The King’s Avatar to become available on Netflix, the show will be streamed live.
The King’s Avatar Series Cast
Ji Guanlin plays Chen Guo, Zhang Jie plays Xiu Ye, Qiao Shiyu plays Tang Rou, Teng Xin plays Su Mucheng, and Bao Rongxing is played by Teng Xin.
A third season of The King’s Avatar?
On September 27, 2020, the first episode of the second season was uploaded on YouTube, and it has received more than 1.3 million views to date. After the show’s early popularity was established, subsequent episodes saw a decline in audience, with the exception of the sixth episode.
The typical number of people who watched each episode of the series fluctuated between 600,000 and 1 million during the duration of the show’s run. We are all aware that 300,000 viewers are not a very large number, yet some of the most recent programs have only received that number of views.
As a consequence of this, you could have caught a glimpse of the studio hard at work on The King’s Avatar as the number of views continues to fall. The second season of The King’s Avatar does not look to be as successful as the first season, and the show’s future episodes are entirely dependent on the number of people who watched it and the amount of money it produced during the first season.
The King’s Avatar Season 3: Release Date
During the months of April and June of 2017, the first season was released in China. It was directed by Xiong Ke and produced at the company B.CMAY PICTURES. In May of 2018, Colored Pencil Animation released a follow-up original video animation (OVA) that was split into three parts.
There has not yet been a declaration made on when The King’s Avatar Season 3 will be made available to the public, although it is possible that it will do so as early as the fall of 2022 or the winter of 2023.
The second season of Donghua, which was released in China between September and December 2020 via video on demand, consisted of the same number of episodes as the first season: twelve. The King’s Avatar: For the Glory is a film that was released in August of this year that serves as a prequel to the television show and takes place before the first season of the show.
Both seasons of “The King’s Avatar” is now accessible in their original Chinese audio track with English subtitles thanks to Tencent Video’s uploads on YouTube. The series is based on a web novella of the same name written by Hu Dielan, which was also released in print between April 2012 and May 2017, and the author of the story is Hu Dielan.
The third season of The King’s Avatar (formerly titled Quanzhi Gaoshou) has been confirmed on the show’s official account.
The King’s Avatar Season 3: Plot
As soon as Ye Xiu’s Team Happy finally made it into the Glory Professional Alliance in Season 10, they were aware that they were about to engage in the most difficult fight of their whole careers.
For the upcoming third season, it is anticipated that the competitive journey of Team Happy would continue in the made-up Esports arena.
If we want to know whether or not they will be able to take home the championship trophy, we will have to hold out until the third season.