Anime Onegai reveals the animation studios it's collaborating with

Anime Onegai reveals the animation studios it's collaborating with

In the most recent update video of the streaming platform Anime Onegai it was revealed that the duration of its beta test will be determined by the evaluation of the platform and interface according to user comments. The launch is scheduled for October 15.

During the video, the NyamiG mascot reported that during this month the different licenses that the beta will include will be revealed, denoting that they will not represent, in the least, the entire catalog that will present the final version. However, the platform did reveal to the studios that they will be collaborating with the project, which include: GONZO, Brain’s Base, A-1 Pictures, J.C. Staff, P.A. Works, ARMS (now bankrupt), Madhouse, Sunrise, Ufotable, Daume, Oriental Light and Magic (OLM), Studio Fantasia, White Fox, Bones, Production I.G, Kinema Citrus, Toei Animation, among others. NyamiG emphasized that these will be the studies that will participate in the beta test, so the list could grow later.

Finally, the video indicates that a survey is being carried out to define whether the translations will keep the honorifics, which can be answered at the following link. On its official site, Anime Onegai confirms that it is currently negotiating licensing contracts with 72 different licensors, some of which have hundreds of licenses, and each deal must be negotiated in detail. Finally, in a previous statement, Anime Onegai confirmed that it would not have any cost of use, however, they will have additional services that will include a cost per subscription, which will be adapted to the economic capacity of Latin America. These additional benefits and services will be announced shortly.

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