New Beyblade content and toys are bringing the classic brand to a new generation.

Now, it’s for everyone — even those who didn’t spend the early part of this century in tie-dye pajamas, purple ketchup their side, watching the series, and then battling with the toys.

While it does still bring up nostalgia for those who caught it nearly 20 years ago, everyone can catch the first generation of Beyblade content on YouTube. This marks the beginning of many celebrations ahead of the cartoon’s anniversary next year.

In addition to weekly drops of the older series, families can find fresh content, and even newer toys available before the platinum anniversary. The newer series, Beyblade Burst won over fans on YouTube and Netflix this past year. Hasbro has been making Beyblade toys in the U.S. for 18 of those 20 years and will release new products this fall.