Funimation Expands Latin America Anime Service into Colombia, Chile and Peru

-- Service to Delight Legions of Anime Fans with Library of 5,000 Episodes of Japan's Most Popular Series, Including Anime Blockbusters Fruits Basket, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba and My Hero Academia --

-- Anime Titles will be Available in Spanish Subtitled and Dubbed as well as English --


Culver City, California, United States (June 16, 2021) Just ahead of a summer season full of the hottest anime available, Funimation, the market leader in anime serving fans worldwide, is continuing its Latin America service expansion, announcing that the popular anime service will roll out in Colombia, Chile and Peru beginning today, June 16 for fans who speak Spanish.

Today's launch of Funimation is a Web-only preview, and Funimation's SVOD service will roll out next month on various apps, Smart TV platforms and gaming consoles, including Android, iOS, SamsungTV, AndroidTV, Roku, Switch, PlayStation and Xbox. Funimation's expansion into Brazil and Mexico last year paved the way for an additional footprint in the hemisphere.

Funimation's pricing for its streaming service are as follows:

Colombia: 22,900 Pesos/month (or 229,000 annually)

Chile: 3,900 Pesos/month (or 39,000 annually)

Peru: 19.90 Soles/month (or 199 annually)

Funimation's service offerings include anime series subtitled in Spanish, with select titles dubbed. The service has more than 5,000+ episodes of content from over 200 series plus movies, including:

Major anime franchises My Hero Academia, Attack on Titan, Overlord, Sword Art Online, Fruits Basket and Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba

Fan favorites like Cowboy Bebop, Steins;Gate, Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas & Love Live! Sunshine!!

Plus Kaguya-sama: Love is War, Noragami, Combatants Will Be Dispatched!, The Promised Neverland and Megalobox 2: Nomad

Funimation will continue to add even more great content, including several Simulcast series from Japan's Spring and Summer Seasons, as well as some beloved classic catalog titles.

Anime fans should follow Funimation on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube) for the latest updates and launch dates.

“With the successful rollout of Funimation in Brazil and Mexico, we're thrilled to be able to expand even further into Colombia, Chile and Peru where we know anime fans await more content and community,” said Kaliel Roberts, Chief Product Officer at Funimation Global Group. “The user experience at Funimation that we've crafted and built really takes fans on an anime journey.”

About Funimation

If it's anime, it's Funimation.

As the market leader in anime, we proudly deliver incredible fan experiences across television, feature films, events, collectibles, and the Funimation App.

Headquartered in the US and connected by a global network, our anime-obsessed team serves the fandom in over 49 countries and 10 languages. With over 400 team members, we've built a global community where fans and their passion will always have a place to belong.

Funimation is an independently-operated joint venture between US-based Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Japan's Aniplex, a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc., both subsidiaries of Tokyo-based Sony Group Corporation.

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