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'''Power Top Plate''' (also known as, ''Ultimate Top Plate'' and ''Choegang Top Plate'') is a 39 episode South Korean animated series by Heewon Entertainment made to promote a spinning top toyline by SonoKong, the former distributor of ''Beyblade'' products in the country. The first 26 episodes of the series premiered on SBS between September 11, 2013 and December 26th of that same year. The last 13 episodes aired August 21, 2014 through November 13, 2014.
 
'''Power Top Plate''' (also known as, ''Ultimate Top Plate'' and ''Choegang Top Plate'') is a 39 episode South Korean animated series by Heewon Entertainment made to promote a spinning top toyline by SonoKong, the former distributor of ''Beyblade'' products in the country. The first 26 episodes of the series premiered on SBS between September 11, 2013 and December 26th of that same year. The last 13 episodes aired August 21, 2014 through November 13, 2014.
  

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Status: Lost

Power Top Plate (also known as, Ultimate Top Plate and Choegang Top Plate) is a 39 episode South Korean animated series by Heewon Entertainment made to promote a spinning top toyline by SonoKong, the former distributor of Beyblade products in the country. The first 26 episodes of the series premiered on SBS between September 11, 2013 and December 26th of that same year. The last 13 episodes aired August 21, 2014 through November 13, 2014.

An English dub of the series began broadcast on Nickelodeon Asia in select markets on July 4, 2015.[1][2] The only footage of this dub to have ever surfaced came from a channel promo uploaded by a Singaporean toy distributor. The video has since been made private, with only a single frame surviving.[3] The show's last known broadcast on the network was on December 23, 2015.[4][5]

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