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Crunchyroll will have its competition in anime streaming

We have to admit, a lot of those of us who like to consume anime mostly have done so through platforms that distribute our favorite series in a way that is not legal at all. Several sites of these have already been closed and some others are targeted for the same.

At the moment the only alternative we have to consume this content in a lawful way is Crunchyroll that offers to see the some chapters for free with ads, but to see the most recent content you have to pay the subscription of $ 99.00 pesos.

Until now there was no competition of the same type to see this type of content, but it seems that one of the Anime Onegai name will arrive soon.

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This service has so far been able to visualize anime legally in Latin countries and although it has not been launched at the moment, this is expected to happen sooner than we expect. Of course, if you want to find out just when the service is available, you can register directly on the site they have enabled.

In addition, they will even perform at an event such as the TNT Expo. This is where you may know the date of its launch and not least, the price they will handle to compete with Crunchyroll.

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There has even been a rumor that behind this platform are sites such as Anime FLV and Anime YT, which long ago decided to start supporting the arrival of anime to other regions, but legally. We will not have clear answers for sure until the end of this month.

What do you think of the idea of ​​another anime chain in streaming? Do you consider yourself a fan? I read you in the comments.


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