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=== Former Members ===
 
=== Former Members ===
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* [[Hitomi Chris]]
 
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* [[Mano Aloe]]
 
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* [[Kiryu Coco]]
 
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* [[Uruha Rushia]]
 
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| [[Hitomi Chris]]
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| 1st
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| data-sort-value="06/26/2018"| June 26, 2018
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| [[Mano Aloe]]
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| 5th
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| data-sort-value="08/31/2020"| August 31, 2020
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| [[Kiryu Coco]]
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| 4th
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| data-sort-value="07/01/2020"| July 01, 2021
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| [[Uruha Rushia]]
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| data-sort-value="02/24/2022"| February 24, 2022
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== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Revision as of 00:40, 28 February 2022

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Hololive Japan, often referred to simply as Hololive (ホロライブ, stylized as hololive) for short, is an all-girl Virtual YouTuber group under COVER Corporation aimed at the Japanese-speaking audience. Initially known for their female-only VTuber group, it merged with Holostars, their male-only VTuber group, and INoNaKa Music, their music label, to become part of the Hololive Production umbrella on December 2, 2019.

All 31 talents of Hololive's main branch are sorted by generation.

Members

Non Generational

Generation 1

Generation 2

hololive GAMERS

Generation 3: hololive Fantasy

Generation 4

Generation 5

Generation 6: HoloX

Former Members

Member Generation Graduation/Termination Date
Hitomi Chris 1st June 26, 2018
Mano Aloe 5th August 31, 2020
Kiryu Coco 4th July 01, 2021
Uruha Rushia 3rd February 24, 2022

External links