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Crunchyroll, Loot Crate Unbox Global Partnership

The two have inked a subscription box deal for Crunchyroll’s assortment of popular anime titles.

Loot Crate has announced the creation of new subscription boxes inspired by some of Crunchyroll’s most-popular anime series.

Crunchyroll is currently curating special items for monthly Loot Anime boxes. The August crate includes an exclusive t-shirt from the Crunchyroll Original series “The God of High School.”

“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,” says John Leonhardt, consumer products head, 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.”

Additional details on the partnership will be announced at the Virtual Crunchyroll Expo, a digital take on Crunchyroll’s yearly flagship convention. The event will be streaming from Sept. 4-6.

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

Loot Crate’s Loot Boxes add to Crunchyroll’s growing portfolio. The anime streaming giant boasts more than three million subscribers and 70 million registered users.

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