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Reminder: Crunchyroll’s International Dubs Launch Today for Premium Members


Hey hey everyone out there in anime-land, it’s your good friend L.B. back again subbing in for Mike who is on his way to New York right now. Enough of that though, let’s get to the action that you all are waiting for…

As previously reported here, Crunchyroll announced earlier this year that they planned to launch brand new dub tracks for their international users and today is the day for those dubs to launch (for premium members at least, free members will have to wait until next week).

The first three series to receive brand new international dub tracks will be Rokka -Braves of the Six Flowers-, Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches and Schwarzes Marken which are all receiving Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French, and German dub tracks starting at 11am Pacific today.

The even better news is that if you’re curious about checking out these dubs, some of them will be available to those of us in North America. For example, Rokka‘s dubs will be available worldwide except for in Asia while Yamada-kun’s international dubs will be available in the USA, Canada, Central and South America (including the Caribbean), South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. Sadly that’s where the good news ends as the dubs for Schwarzes Marken are only available in their respective regions.

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