In July 2020 the platform Crunchyroll announced that it had passed the three million subscriber mark. Now, just six months after that announcement, the platform announced that it has hit four million paying users and more than 100 million registered users worldwide.

«With more than 1,000 titles and 30,000 episodes available to fans in more than 200 countries and territories, Crunchyroll continues to grow as the world's largest anime library.»Said the platform in its press release. Crunchyroll also reported that it has exceeded 50 million followers on social media and thanked the entire audience for making this achievement possible.

The platform also posted a message from Tim Lyu: «I have a special announcement I want to give you: Crunchyroll has just reached an impressive four million subscribers. That's right, and we couldn't have done this without you. Literally ... In any case, we would like to express our greatest thanks to all subscribers and of course the anime. Without that, Crunchyroll wouldn't even exist. Thank you for your subscription and continue to support us in 2021 as we continue to enjoy new projects».

Crunchyroll is a leading anime service for direct customers within the segment of WarnerMedia still growing. Serves 90 million registered users in more than 200 countries and territories Anime video on demand, Mobile games, manga, merchandise and event distribution. In December 2020 Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc., Y. AT&T Inc.announced that AT&T has agreed to sell Crunchyroll to Funimation Global Group, LLC.

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