An anime television series adaptation by OLM, Inc. and Dentsu began airing from January 4, 2014.[2] An English version produced by Bushiroad and Ocean Productions is airing in Singapore as well as being streamed worldwide via YouTube. A manga adaptation was serialized in Shogakukan's CoroCoro Comic from November 2013 to April 2018. It was followed by a new manga series Shin Future Card Buddyfight on May 2018.[3] It is published in English by Shogakukan Asia.[4] The English dub formerly aired in Canada.

The first season ended on April 4, 2015, and was followed by a sequel series, Future Card Buddyfight Hundred, which ran from April 11, 2015, to March 26, 2016. Future Card Buddyfight Hundred was followed by Future Card Buddyfight Triple D which ran from April 1, 2016 to March 24, 2017.[5] After the airing of Future Card Buddyfight Hundred episode 25, it was announced on the official YouTube channel that all episodes from that point and onwards will be in Japanese only with English subtitles. It was followed by Future Card Buddyfight X, which ran from April 1, 2017 to March 30, 2018 and the dub resumed on April 15, 2017.[6][7] Future Card Buddyfight X was followed by Future Card Buddyfight X: All-Star Fight which ran from April 7, 2018 to May 26, 2018.[8] Future Card Buddyfight X: All-Star Fight was followed by Future Card Buddyfight Ace (Future Card Shin Buddyfight) on June 2, 2018Original Generation Edit
Gao Mikado (未門 牙王 Mikado Gaō)
Voiced by: Marie Mizuno (Japanese); Sabrina Pitre (Season 1-2, credited as Patricia Bacchus) (English)
He is the main protagonist of the anime
Drum Bunker Dragon (ドラムバンカー・ドラゴン Doramubankā Doragon)
Voiced by: Shintarō Ōhata (Japanese); Brett Bauer (English)
Hailing from the Dragon World, his buddy is Gao Mikado.
Tasuku Ryuenji (龍炎寺 タスク Ryūenji Tasuku)
Voiced by: Sōma Saitō (Japanese); Cole Hanson (English)
He is one of the main protagonists of the series alongside Gao.
Jackknife Dragon (ジャックナイフ・ドラゴン Jakkunaifu Doragon)
Voiced by: Hiroki