Re:CREATORS & Saekano: How To Raise a Boring Girlfriend Added to Amazon Prime UK

Anime Strike, which is Amazon Ameria’s attempt at competing with Crunchyroll, FUNimation Now and Anime Network, may not be coming over to the UK anytime soon but Amazon UK continues to expand it’s anime streaming selection as recently over the past few days two brand new anime simulcasts have been added to the service for Amazon UK Prime members. Read more of this post

Scum’s Wish Begins Simulcast Streaming on Amazon Prime UK


Amazon UK continues to expand it’s anime streaming selection as while Onihei was added to the ‘Video-On-Demand’ platform earlier this week noitaminA’s newly broadcast anime series Scum’s Wish has now been added to the plaform. Read more of this post

Onihei Added to Amazon Prime UK


Amazon UK continues to expand it’s anime-streaming-selection; as following on from the addition of the Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha franchise last month the online retail giant have now added the brand new anime series Onihei to their video-on-demand streaming selection. Read more of this post

Daisuke Add’s Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga & Fate/Grand Order to it’s Simulcast Selection


Daisuki continues to become a dominant force within the Anime Streaming War as the free (and legal) video-on-demand service is now offering both Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga and Fate/Grand Order within the UK. Read more of this post

Daisuki to Simulcast Dragon Ball Super within the UK


It’s the news Dragon Ball fans within the UK have eagerly been awaiting for and today the relatively unknown streaming service Daisuki.Net have announced that they will be simulcast streaming episodes of Dragon Ball Super every week starting with the Future Trunks Arc of the series. Read more of this post

Amazon UK To Simulcast The Great Passage


It seems Amazon UK are continually looking to expand their streaming selection as following on from the addition’s of ViVid Strike! and Chi’s Sweet Adventure, both of which were added to the streaming service earlier this month, Amazon Instant Video are now offering another new simulcast in the form of The Great Passage, otherwise known in Japan as Fume Wo Amu. Read more of this post

ViVid Strike! Available to Stream on Amazon Prime within the UK


In a rather surprising discovery, as pointed out on Twitter by WTK; Amazon Prime within the UK are simulcasting the anime series ViVid Strike! with the first episode now currently available to steam across Amazon Instant Video compatible devices. Read more of this post

FUNimation Now UK Streaming Service to Launch in March


After previously being announced for a February Launch FUNimation Now! have taken to Twitter to confirm that their subscription-based-streaming-service will now launch in March.

An exact date has yet to be confirmed; however a sample of content being streamed on the service at launch has been revealed. To start with FUNimation Now will start off with back-catalogue FUNimation titles, such as Attack on Titan and Highschool DXD, as well as some current streaming titles such as Dimension W.  As you would expect the line-up will increase as time goes on with more being added on a weekly/monthly basis. Read more of this post

Animax UK Announce Ten New Simulcasts


Subscription-based-streaming service Animax UK have, for the past few months, remained relatively quiet but yesterday the company revealed that it had acquired ten new simulcasts for it’s service; majority of which have previously been licensed by FUNimation. Read more of this post

FUNimation To Launch Updated Streaming Service Within the UK


American Anime Distributor FUNimation Entertainment have today revealed that as part of their updated online streaming service, which has now been renamed to FUNimation Now, they will be expanding their selection of Simulcasts and Back-Catalogue titles to UK Audiences for a monthly subscription fee.

This expanded service will launch in the UK from February 2016 starting with support for desktop PC’s and apps for numerous mobile devices, such as iOS, Android and Kindle devices with more devices, including games consoles and streaming devices, to support the service by May 2016.

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