Post Reply Where can i (in Europe) watch legally stuff that Funimation has?
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So i'm really new to anime and i got a big list of recommendations and i saw CR advertised by some youtubers i watch so i decided to bite the bullet and get a premium account.

Turns out the highest recommended stuff on his list isn't available to me due to licensing issue (Dragonball Super, Black Butler to name a few).

I would like to watch the, legally if possible are there other streaming sites that have the license needed to give me funimation stuff in Europe?
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Posted 2/21/17 , edited 2/21/17
I'm not sure(I'm not from Europe)...but you can at least find Black Butler subbed on YouTube for free. Just search "Black Butler Sub" and the full season should show up (Funimation uploaded it themselves), so you can at least watch that until someone else posts a better suggestion. Maybe they also uploaded others you want to watch as well?
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Posted 2/21/17 , edited 2/21/17

LegsofSteel wrote:

So i'm really new to anime and i got a big list of recommendations and i saw CR advertised by some youtubers i watch so i decided to bite the bullet and get a premium account.

Turns out the highest recommended stuff on his list isn't available to me due to licensing issue (Dragonball Super, Black Butler to name a few).

I would like to watch the, legally if possible are there other streaming sites that have the license needed to give me funimation stuff in Europe?


I've moved this to Advice, Info, Recommendations and reworded the title a bit.

Daisuki.net might have a few. While some of their shows have region restrictions, I'm pretty sure most do not. They've got Dragonball Super.

Otherwise I can't help much. Hopefully some Europeans will drop by and can say where they go for legal stuff when something isn't on Crunchyroll. What country are you in?
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Thanks for the move and improving the formatting as you can see i'm very new here and english is not my native language :)

I live in The Netherlands
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Posted 2/21/17
You can use VPN to get around disputed legal issues as a sort of "grey market" consideration, but other then that...

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Posted 10/28/17 , edited 10/28/17
sadly enough there arent any other legal website than cruncyroll in the eu

i have been serching and lot but the only way you will be able to see more is via vpn or proxy
there are so as mention and few anime on youtube via funimation but that really is it if i do recomend between iligal streaming site or vpn i still recomend vpn becuese you still help the makers making money

sorry i know this isn't the answer you where hoping for
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Posted 10/28/17 , edited 10/28/17

reimu_hakurei wrote:

sadly enough there arent any other legal website than cruncyroll in the eu



Not quite correct.

There is Viewster (http://www.viewster.com/) and HiDive (https://www.hidive.com/) which offer some shows in Europe (though exact content available will probably vary between countries).

Funimation holds a number of international streaming licenses though they have only recently started streaming outside of North America. With the CR collaboration deal, when CR picks up Funimation titles they will probably be available in all regions that Funimation's license covers.
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Posted 10/29/17 , edited 10/29/17

MidoriNoTora wrote:


reimu_hakurei wrote:

sadly enough there arent any other legal website than cruncyroll in the eu



Not quite correct.

There is Viewster (http://www.viewster.com/) and HiDive (https://www.hidive.com/) which offer some shows in Europe (though exact content available will probably vary between countries).

Funimation holds a number of international streaming licenses though they have only recently started streaming outside of North America. With the CR collaboration deal, when CR picks up Funimation titles they will probably be available in all regions that Funimation's license covers.




Thanks for letting me know ^^

I'm happy i'm prove wrong this time

But the content that is available is in fact more it still miss out on some can be more but I already use and other methode and I already pay to so I dit not go to deep on the website's I just look around and saw some missing from the start.

It are both good website to find more on so if you don't wanna takes risk's I definitely recommend those 2 website
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the bottom line is
you get to be a fanboy, but you're not sure what to buy... (I have a medium collection of anime and manga)

seriously watch it where you can, and buy what you like most, and support crunchyroll because the current season is great (even in EU)
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