DAISUKI.net Begins Streaming 'Dragon Ball Super'

DAISUKI.net Begins Streaming Action-Packed Fan Favorite "Dragon Ball Super"

TOKYO, JAPAN – October 21, 2016 – International anime streaming site DAISUKI.net will begin simulcasting the popular anime “Dragon Ball Super” soon after the newest episode airs in Japan on October 23 9:00a.m. (JST), October 22 5:00p.m. (PST), and October 23 1:00a.m. (BST), 2016.
http://www.daisuki.net/contents/dragonball_s.html

Streaming Areas/subtitles
Streaming Areas: North America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Iceland, and some other European countries
Subtitles: English , South American Spanish(delay), Russian(delay)

Streaming Areas: Spain
Subtitles: English, Russian(delay)

DAISUKI.net, in collaboration with Bandai Namco Entertainment, will have a special "Dragon Ball" campaign for fans, involving "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" game! We'll be announcing details soon, so stay tuned! “Daisuki has a wonderful following and we're delighted to share Dragon Ball Super with its dedicated fans,” said Masayuki Endo, President of Toei Animation Inc.Dragon Ball Super needs to not only energize Dragon Ball's many followers, but galvanize a whole new generation of viewers.”

About “Dragon Ball Super
Dragon Ball Super” is a brand new anime series with an original story by original creator Akira Toriyama! The anime begins not long after Goku defeated his greatest enemy yet Majin Buu in a vicious battle and brought back peace to Earth. However, strange incidents begin occurring one after another around Goku and his friends. Not only do they meet God of Destruction Beerus, who has awakened from his long slumber, the warrior once feared as “The Cosmic Emperor” Frieza reemerges to take revenge. To add to the chaos, stars seem to be mysteriously disappearing around the vicinity of Earth. What is happening to the planet?

[About Anime Consortium Japan]
Anime Consortium Japan strives to simulcast the newest anime being broadcast in Japan and stream classic shows to users around the world with multi-lingual subtitles through its streaming website DAISUKI.net. English-speaking anime fans can also check out information about Japanese animation on the company's anime-centric website, ANIME NOW!
Through the support of the Cool Japan Fund, Anime Consortium Japan works to spread Japan's anime-related content to users globally and increase the number of anime fans across the world.


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