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they should add animes to latin america too (Please Steins;Gate)
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they should add animes to latin america too (Please Steins;Gate)


It would seem that Funimation had a prior arrangement with Amazon for LATAM streaming of Stein's;Gate, very possibly other titles as well (I don't have any way to check myself)... If the Funimation/Amazon/LATAM arrangement was exclusive, then that's apparently why CR can't have Funimation titles there... The same sort of thing happens quite a bit with Funimation/Animelab/AUS/NZ

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I remember Magikano as a hilarious series.


I dimly remember it from the 00's fansub days--
A cute "Evil harem" comedy with one guy caught in the middle of several magically-empowered girls, for those who watched "Yamada-kun & the Seven Witches".
Not a classic, but at least early/mid-00's can now be considered "vintage".
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Yesss. Steins;Gate. Easily one of the best shows I've ever seen. Looks like there's some other good shows too. Thanks Crunchyroll!
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AlexSoldier wrote:

they should add animes to latin america too (Please Steins;Gate)


It would seem that Funimation had a prior arrangement with Amazon for LATAM streaming of Stein's;Gate, very possibly other titles as well (I don't have any way to check myself)... If the Funimation/Amazon/LATAM arrangement was exclusive, then that's apparently why CR can't have Funimation titles there... The same sort of thing happens quite a bit with Funimation/Animelab/AUS/NZ /forumtopic-1011213/?pg=3#57267435


Yes, it looks like either Amazon turned to Funimation to pick up Latin American rights for series it wanted for its Latin American video streaming, or Funimation ended up with Latin American rights when chasing English Language rights for a series that Crunchyroll had already licensed more broadly. In either case, Amazon would typically demand exclusive streaming rights if they are available ... and just as with standing contracts with Madman in Oz/NZ, if the rights had already been signed away at the time that the cross distribution deal was signed, they are not available to hand to Crunchyroll under the deal.
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Strange. Kiznaiver (dub) is also available in my country, despite i remember that it wasn't listed. Or am i wrong?
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Strange. Kiznaiver (dub) is also available in my country, despite i remember that it wasn't listed. Or am i wrong?

I don't see any territories listed specifically for the dub, so I would assume it is available to the same territories as the simulcast, which was:

worldwide excluding Asia and French and German speaking Europe

Kiznaiver was a CR co-production, so it isn't a typical Aniplex title.

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Kiznaiver was a CR co-production, so it isn't a typical Aniplex title.



CR also got it from ABC Asenshi not Aniplex according to the sow page so that probably has something to do with it. Similar to Darling in the FranXX which is

for members worldwide ex China and Japan!
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its kinda sad that most of the back catalog animes is never available outside a few english speaking countries. been alot of the older stuff added to crunchyroll recently that i have wanted to watch.
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Ah yes! Darker than black and ergo proxy! I was waiting for tho- oh what's that? Not here?

Thanks man...
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but for LatinoAmerica when its going to start come new animes????


CR's agreement with Funimation doesn't include Latin America, unless there's a 2nd or 3rd season in works (this is, obviously, at the moment). I don't know why somebody deleted my post saying that.

It only included streaming rights that Funimation held at the time of signing. No rights contract will supercede a previous rights contract that is already in place, unless the option for that to happen was already written into the earlier contract.

The statement that "CR's agreement with Funimation doesn't include Latin America" is grossly misleading, given the number of joint simulcast pick-ups since the agreement started which have been "Worldwide ex-Asia". That obviously includes Latin America.


krihan66 wrote: its kinda sad that most of the back catalog animes is never available outside a few english speaking countries. been alot of the older stuff added to crunchyroll recently that i have wanted to watch.

Look on the bright side ... the majority of the value is the simulcasts, and those are almost never "US & Canada only" anymore. Crunchyroll works harder to get streaming content for Latin America and Africa than any other anime service.

But here in Beijing, it's pointless to subscribe to Crunchyroll, because the simulcasts almost all exclude China and the manga system is not robust enough to handle flaky internet.

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It only included streaming rights that Funimation held at the time of signing. No rights contract will supercede a previous rights contract that is already in place, unless the option for that to happen was already written into the earlier contract.

The statement that "CR's agreement with Funimation doesn't include Latin America" is grossly misleading, given the number of joint simulcast pick-ups since the agreement started which have been "Worldwide ex-Asia". That obviously includes Latin America.


Sorry for leading that to a confusion. This was my fault, since I'm used to be more vitriolic about talking about Funimation without learning a bit.

As far as I see, the agreement between CR and Funi is the following:

- Funimation's catalog titles are only in English-speaking territories in America, Europe, Africa and Oceania. Latin America, is not included.

- However, when a second of third season of any Funi title is to be broadcasted in Japan, Funimation can be able to expand their rights to Latin America to include previous seasons. That's why in LATAM we have all seasons of AoT, MHA, Kekkai Sensen and now Overlord.

That's why, per contract, Funimation can't put other catalog titles in Latin America on Crunchyroll, even if Funi has the rights to it. That's why, if you followed a comment that I put in other place, that's the reason Funimation made a deal with Amazon Prime Video to add several titles in Latin America because, as you put, no rights contract will supercede a previous rights contract that is already in place (and we talk about the agreeement, not the contracts between Funi and the Japanese licensors).

Of course, I won't talk about Crunchyroll's titles that belongs to CR and nobody else, as you put later. Those titles are already licensed by them for Latin America and, if there aren't other contracts with local licensors in Europe, Spain and Portugal. Funimation doesn't have any word there, since they only act as a distributor in North America.
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Posted 2/20/18 , edited 2/21/18

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- Funimation's catalog titles are only in English-speaking territories in America, Europe and Africa. Australia and New Zealand and, of course, Latin America, are not included.

Australia and New Zealand are included when available. Take note that two of the catalog titles listed in the announcement in this very topic are available in both countries.

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deadFreak781 wrote:

- Funimation's catalog titles are only in English-speaking territories in America, Europe and Africa. Australia and New Zealand and, of course, Latin America, are not included.

Australia and New Zealand are included when available. Take note that two of the catalog titles listed in the announcement in this very topic are available in both countries.




Ok, I saw that. I discarded AU/NZ since Madman usually buys almost every Funimation title to put into their AnimeLab service. I'll fix that.
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Ergo Proxy Description ".........adventure blooms in the strangets of places......." KEK great show btw never knew it till i rewatched at an older age as well as Texhnolyze seen this 2 at the wrong age lol
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