The anime platform offers a library of more than 5,000 episodes of hit Japanese series, including Fruits Basket, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, and My Hero Academia.

Funimation, the streaming service specialized in anime, launched on November 18 in Brazil and Mexico, and now continues its expansion in Latin America.

As of this Wednesday, June 16, it is already available in Chile, Colombia and Peru on the web.

The company announced that Funimation’s SVOD service will be implemented next month in various applications, Smart TV platforms and game consoles, including Android, iOS, SamsungTV, AndroidTV, Roku, Switch, PlayStation and Xbox.

As reported, the local price for the Funimation streaming service in each country is as follows: Colombia (22,900 pesos per month and 229,000 per year), Chile (3,900 pesos per month and 39,000 per year) and Peru (19.90 soles per month and 199 per year).

Funimation’s content offering includes anime series subtitled in Spanish, with select titles dubbed. The service has more than 5,000 episodes of content from more than 200 series and movies, which includes renowned anime franchises such as: My Hero Academia, Attack on Titan, Overlord, Sword Art Online, Fruits Basket and Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaib , among others.

The service will continue to add even more top-notch content, including several simulcast series from Japan’s spring and summer seasons, as well as some classic titles from the catalog.

“With the successful launch of Funimation in Brazil and Mexico, we are delighted to be able to expand to Colombia, Chile and Peru, where we know that anime fans expect more content and community,” said Kaliel Roberts, Chief Product Officer, Funimation Global Group. “The user experience we’ve created at Funimation really takes fans on a journey through the world of anime,” he added.