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Funimation, Xbox Team for Premium Plus Promotion

The promotion will be available through late October.

Funimation has announced a partnership with Xbox. Beginning Sept. 25, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members can redeem two months of a Funimation Premium Plus Subscription at no additional charge.  

“Anime is incredibly popular with gamers and they share a unique sensibility that makes for a great marketing partnership,” says Fadhilah Lee, executive director, distribution and partnerships, Funimation. “Teaming up with Xbox is a great way for gamers to satisfy their love of both gaming and anime.”

Funimation's Premium Plus gives users access to the entire library of content – the latest simulcast shows, exclusive English dubs of series currently airing in Japan and a large catalog of dubbed or subbed anime episodes and movies. Funimation is currently streaming fan favorites including My Hero Academia,” “Black Clover,” “Naruto,” “Plunderer,” “RADIANT” and many more. 

Members of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate in the U.S., U.K., Ireland and Canada will receive a code to redeem for 60 days of free access to Funimation Premium Plus as part of the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate perks program. The offer is available to new Funimation subscribers and cannot be combined with any other offer.

The two-month promotion is available now through Oct. 25 in the United States, Canada, Ireland and the United Kingdom.

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