Tsukumo Sana Will Graduate From Hololive EN Council

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Tsukumo Sana of Hololive English Council will graduate from the VTuber group on July 31, 2022. According to the announcement, Cover Corporation had discussed with Sana “the direction of her activities.” However, due to difficulties in continuing her streams, Cover Corporation decided to allow Sana to graduate.

Neither Cover Corporation nor Sana has revealed the details behind her graduation. Sana does note that it was a difficult decision and thanks her fans for all the support. Additionally, she notes that she wishes she could stay for everyone and that she felt like she was in a fairy tale, except that fairy tales “have to end.” Sana will still attend Smash!, which will run from July 16 to 17, 2022.

Those who purchased merchandise from Tsukumo Sana’s Birthday Celebration 2022 and wish to cancel their orders may do so from the official shop. While her graduation will be at the end of July, members will be able to access members-only content until October 31, 2022. In addition, those who wish to send in fan mail or presents must make sure they will arrive before October 31, 2022.

Sana herself has also retweeted both the English and Japanese announcements of her graduation. Tsukumo Sana debuted as part of Hololive English Council in 2021. Her contemporaries are Ceres Fauna, Ouro Kronii, Nanashi Mumei, and Hakos Baelz. In lore, she is the Speaker of “Space.” Illustrator pako provided her design.

July 31, 2022, will be the last day of Tsukumo Sana’s time as part of Hololive English Council. Her members-only content will be available until October 31, 2022. That is also the deadline for fan mail or gifts.

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