The Japanese Broadcast Critics Association introduced on Friday that the tv anime of Sōsuke Tōka‘s Ranking of Kings (Ōsama Ranking) manga received one of the 4 Galaxy Awards for March.

Since 1963, the Galaxy Awards honor excellent applications, people, and teams with the hope of bettering the standard of Japanese broadcast tradition. As the anime received a month-to-month award, it’ll even be a candidate for the affiliation’s yearly Galaxy Awards.

The affiliation acknowledged it chosen the anime for its depth of characters, multilayered story, “remarkably impressive action scenes,” and expressions of advanced emotions.

The Ranking of Kings anime premiered on October 14, and ran for 23 episodes. Crunchyroll and Funimation each streamed the sequence because it aired in Japan, and Funimation additionally streamed an English dub.

Tōka has been serializing the manga on the user-submitted manga web site Manga Hack and different venues since May 2017.

Previous winners in the previous few years of the Galaxy Awards contains the live-action tv sequence adaptation of Fumi Yoshinaga‘s What Did You Eat Yesterday? (Kinō Nani Tabeta?) manga, the GeGeGe no Kitarō anime, the tv anime of Sumito Ōwara‘s Eizōken ni wa Te o Dasu na! (Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!) manga, and NHK‘s three-episode live-action mini-series adaptation of Hirohiko Araki‘s Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan (Kishibe Rohan wa Ugokanai) manga.

Sources: Broadcast Critics Association, Mainichi Shimbun’s Mantan Web