News Daisuki Streams One Piece, Dragon Ball Z Anime
posted on 2013-07-03 13:45 EDT
The streaming service Daisuki announced on Wednesday that it is now streaming both the Dragon Ball Z and One Piece television anime series. Both series will stream in Japanese with English subtitles. One Piece will be available to viewers in the United States, Canada, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, and India, and Dragon Ball Z will be available to viewers in the United States and Canada. Daisuki added that it hopes to expand the viewing area into other regions soon. The first five episodes of each series are now available, and Daisuki noted it will add new episodes regularly.
Daisuki also announced that it is launching its second give-away campaign. In the campaign, registered Daisuki users can enter once every 24 hours to win one of more than 1,000 prizes. Prizes include Figuarts Zero Monkey D. Luffy figures, RG 1/44 Zeta Gundam and Aile Strike Gundam models, and S.H. Figuarts Super Saiyan Goku figures, among others.
Additionally, Daisuki has now formally launched its e-commerce platform. Products include two figures from Banpresto's Lupin the Third: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine DXF Stylish Figure Volume 1 line, and two figures from Banpresto's Fate/Zero DXF Master Figure Volume 1 line.
Daisuki launched in May and is also streaming Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Lupin the 3rd, The Prince of Tennis, Sword Art Online, Mobile Suit Z Gundam, and Mobile Suit Gundam Seed. The website will also stream Monogatari Series Second Season, Nekomonogatari (Black), Nisemonogatari, and Bakemonogatari this summer.
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