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Crunchyroll and Loot Crate announce Global Partnership

Crunchyroll and Loot Crate announce Global Partnership
Ross Liversidge
Written by Ross Liversidge on 06 Aug 2020

Ross founded the UK Anime Network waaay back in 1995 and works in and around the anime world in his spare time.


Crunchyroll and Loot Crate have announced a new global partnership aimed at bringing more anime goods to fans, with an emphasis on Crunchyroll Original content such as God of High School.

From the Press Release:

  • In addition to the exclusive Crunchyroll swag you can currently find in the Loot Anime crates, we’re collaborating with the Loot Crate team on two very special crates for our community that will be available before the end of the year,” said John Leonhardt, Head of Consumer Products, Crunchyroll. “This partnership with Loot Crate will provide yet another way for the global anime community to enjoy their favorite series, and we can’t wait to show our fans what we have in the works.

  • Crunchyroll is currently curating special items for monthly Loot Anime boxes. The August crate, which is available now and has been tremendously well-received from fans, includes an exclusive t-shirt from the hit Crunchyroll Original series “The God of High School.

  • We're very excited to work with Crunchyroll in expanding our line of anime crates," said brand manager Reggie Griffin. "With Crunchyroll's massive and continuously growing anime properties, we'll be able to bring fans more exclusive products of their favorite anime franchises.

  • Additional details on the partnership will be announced at Virtual Crunchyroll Expo, a digital take on Crunchyroll’s yearly flagship convention that brings together the anime community to celebrate the best and brightest in Japanese animation. The event will be streaming from September 4-6 only on crunchyrollexpo.com. Fans are encouraged to register for free now to stay tuned for the latest from Loot Crate and Crunchyroll! 

To find out more, visit the official Loot Anime Page.

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