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Crunchyroll Is Getting Into Mobile Gaming

Taking into consideration the anime tv shows, guest licensed shows, and other media owned by Crunchyroll you can tell the future is promising, and grass sure is greener on that side.

Following the launch of their anime-inspired role-playing mobile game “Dan Machi- Memoria Freese” which translates to ” is it wrong to pick up girls in dungeons’ for their followers, they did mention for people to expect more games from their studios come 2019. The laws for online gaming has changed in many countries around the world, with a number of countries like Kenya and Nigeria legalizing it. With the new avenues, more betting companies are looking to start their business, and it is why you see a mushrooming number of online casinos today. Crunchyroll seems to be following suit.

All about the Company

Crunchyroll was founded in 2006 by a group of the University of California, Berkeley, graduates. Crunchyroll has since, been focusing on streaming East Asian media, content, anime, drama, electronic entertainment, and manga. Their distribution channel delivers content to over 35 million online community members, Crunchyroll is definitely all about numbers.

They mentioned a new game division called Crunchyroll games and cooperation projects with Japanese game developers to make more games for Crunchyroll.

Crunchyroll has 40 million registered users, and 1 million paying subscribers. They have goals of developing more freemium games with in-app purchases. Additionally, they have more monetizing options which include Crunchyroll expo and Ellation, a senior company to Crunchyroll, said to produce more original series for their streaming platform in addition to Japanese media company collaborations shortly.

Crunchyroll is looking to expand their horizons, which already include commerce, to video games inspired by their anime series. They are always trying to find more ways to keep fans engaged and under control, which of course, we all know is an effort to get more money out of them. They want to give fans value for their money they say.

Crunchyroll started out as a small website where people could watch streaming videos for free, much more like YouTube. But most of the content on their website were illegal copies of licensed content. They had to either change their practices or sink with the ship. They made the transition in 2009, made deals with content creators, and they swore to remove illegal copies of licensed content from their website.

They thrived to provide better, convenient access to East Asia media through the internet through different means, and they worked with different partners. People now pay a small fee from time to time to gain access to a wide range of east Asia media.

Crunchyroll’s website’s catalog encompasses thousands and thousands of hours of content material for bingers. Their services are available on a wide range of platforms such as iPhone, Android, and Internet-enabled TVs. Subscribers can watch anytime, anywhere using whatever suits them.

Are you looking to try out the new Crunchyroll website or try out their mobile gaming? Let us know in the comments below.

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