Nijisanji Noctyx Vtuber Yugo Asuma Graduates Abruptly

Nijisanji Noctyx Vtuber Yugo Asuma Graduates Abruptly

Anycolor, the parent company of the Nijisanji Vtuber agency, announced Yugo Asuma graduated. This news came suddenly on December 14, 2022. In the world of Vtubing, graduation is used to note that character will no longer stream or perform going forward. Anycolor suggested certain actions committed by the performer meant the Noctyx member could no longer perform.

This means a complete end to access to previous work by the streamer. The Twitter account account is locked and no past tweets can be viewed. He had about 676,400 followers there. No videos can be found on his YouTube channel. He had about 431,000 subscribers. People can also no longer find his merchandise in the Nijisanji English official storefront.

Here is the statement from Nijisanji, which suggests possible reasons for Vtuber Yugo Asuma’s graduation.

Up until today, numerous discussions have been held with Yugo Asuma on what it means to be a Liver affiliated with a company. However, despite our discussions many aspects of his activities and behavior as a Liver could not be accepted as a company, and after much deliberation between both parties, as a company who supports many Livers from NIJISANJI and NIJSIANJI EN, we have decided to have Yugo Asuma graduate.

Yugo Asuma was part of the Nijisanji English Vtuber group Noctyx. His character’s gimmick is that he was a DJ. He also released one song with Noctyx, “Stuck in the Abyss.” They debuted on February 27, 2022. The four remaining members are Alban Knox, Fulgur Ovid, Sonny Brisko, and Uki Violeta. All four of them will continue streaming. People can also still purchase their merchandise.

Jenni Lada
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