Anime news: Funimation anime moves in with Crunchyroll in their library!

As a way to start the month of March, we got some major news in the world of anime. It has been reported that Funimation will merge move into Crunchyroll. Funimation along with his subsidiary service Wakamin, move in with Crunchyroll and will become one whole anime service. With this marketing technique anime, including English Dub, will be in the Crunchyroll platform. Fans who enjoy anime like Cowboy Bebop, Black Clover and Fruits Basket will be in one service and everything Funimation owns will now be in Crunchyroll. If you have a Crunchyroll account, you’ll be able to stream all anime that are licensed by their product and Funimation. Currently, for the upcoming spring season anime that is coming to online, you’ll be able to watch spring titled shows at Crunchyroll.

How do you feel about this news? Are you ready to stream your favorite Funimation anime in one service?



Crunchyroll – Funimation content moves to Crunchyroll

Crunchyroll – Funimation titles available in Crunchyroll

4 thoughts on “Anime news: Funimation anime moves in with Crunchyroll in their library!

    • I never tried the Funimation interface, but maybe since they are now working under Crunchyroll, they will probably utilize it on that platform instead.

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