Otaku USA Magazine
Funimation Streaming Expands to Mexico and Brazil This December

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Funimation streaming services are about to make a move to some new regions. The company announced plans to expand into Latin America—including Mexico and Brazil—starting this December, adding more exposure to the list of territories that currently include the United States, Canada, U.K. Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand.

A bunch of the Funimation streaming anime will be offered with Portuguese and Spanish subtitles, and select series will be dubbed in their respective languages. It will kick off as a web-only service and will roll out on various apps and connected TV platforms in 2021.

Fans who want to receive more info can follow Funimation on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and also sign up at latam.funimation.com. Stay tuned for more Funimation streaming info, including pricing tiers, as the December launch approaches.

Here’s a taste of the initial Funimation streaming content offering to come:

  • Attack on Titan Final Season, dubbed exclusively for Funimation
  • 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 & Love Live! Sunshine!!
  • Plus Danganronpa, Noragami, Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai, The Promised Neverland and Plunderer

Source: Press release