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Madman Entertainment Launch Anime Streaming Site AnimeLab

posted on 2014-05-28 04:41 EDT
Spiritual successor to the Madman Screening Room launches beta today and starts simulcasts of several previously announced titles alongside 52 other series for free.

AnimeLab is Madman Entertainment's new stand-alone online streaming solution for anime in Australia and New Zealand, the announcement was made over Madman's facebook page. In terms of content, AnimeLab quotes that they are;

"Currently showing over 50 shows, more than 700 episodes are available to stream, including simulcasting Date A Live II, Dai-Shogun, Riddle Story of Devil and the complete Attack on Titan, Space Dandy and Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood series. And, there's plenty more shows to come..."

The site was created as a skunkworks project at Madman Entertainment and they are continuing to work towards creating a great consumer experience with the help and input of anime fans. Due to this beta development nature of AnimeLab, the site will remain open and free / ad-free until a undetermined point in the future.

And as AnimeLab is beta there is a few bugs. If you are using the site and notice that something isn't working quite right (or alternatively if you love a feature), hit the orange feedback button in the bottom left corner and be sure to let Madman know your thoughts.

Madman have stated that AnimeLab is tablet and mobile ready and they are working on supporting popular devices.

The shows that Madman are currently simulcasting through AnimeLab are Date A Live II, Riddle Story of Devil and Dai - Shogun - Great Revolution. All three titles were announced at Supanova Gold Coast in April and you can read more about the titles here.

There are another 52 series on the site with anything from the first 2 episodes to the entire series including Attack on Titan, Danganronpa, Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood, Gurren Lagann, Nobunagun, Psycho-Pass, Space Dandy and Sword Art Online.

If you would like to visit AnimeLab please click here.


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