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Funimation Library Joins Crunchyroll Following Merger

Crunchyroll and Funimation are coming together for good, as Crunchyroll has announced that the Funimation Global Group content will be folded into Crunchyroll, allowing fans to have one giant, unified anime streaming subscription.

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Beginning today, new and existing Crunchyroll subscribers will have access to the entire library and simulcast content of Funimation. Pricing for Crunchyroll remains unchanged ($7.99/month $9.99/month, and $14.99/month for Fan, Mega Fan, and Ultimate Fan tiers, respectively), with the company now boasting more than 40,000 episodes of anime and over 16,000 hours of content in addition to the upcoming spring season of anime, which Crunchyroll says will stream exclusively on its service going forward.

“When we brought Funimation and Crunchyroll together last year, our top priority was to put fans first,” said Colin Decker, CEO of Crunchyroll. “Unifying all of our brands and services under the Crunchyroll brand globally enables us to offer more value than ever before as we combine subs, dubs, simulcasts, library, music, movies, manga—all into one subscription. The new Crunchyroll is the realization of a dream, and we are grateful to the creators of anime and the millions of fans who have joined us in making the community what it is today.”

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The move comes following the announcement in August 2021 that Crunchyroll and Funimation would be merging. At the time, the company outlined plans to merge into one streaming service, but things had been relatively quiet until today on the news. Now, however, fans of anime can visit just one place to get all of their anime needs.



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