Rejoice: FUNimation plans to stream anime outside of North America


In which FUNi's streams travel to new lands

Are you upset over the fact that FUNimation's anime streams are only available in North America? Luckily, the studio's help section has revealed that they're planning to expand their digital content to other regions this year.

While the FUNi's latest plan remains vague, it's still great to see that people outside of North America'll be able to watch FUNi's stuff down the road. With the Winter 2015 Anime Season all ready among us, let's hope that this move will begin soon. That way, other viewers could watch shows like Assassination Classroom through official methods.

Depending on how things go for the company, there's a good chance that 2015'll be a great year for anime simulcasting. Until then, you can keep an eye on FUNimation Help's Twitter page for future updates on the matter. To those who live outside of North America, are you all looking forward to watching FUNi's anime streams soon?

[via ANN]

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