The state of the anime industry when it comes to streaming is brutal. I wrote about it yesterday.
Licenses and the state of region blocking make it difficult to watch anime on legal sites which makes anime fans turn to pirates (with malicious ads and redirects).
This battle has been going on forever now between legal and pirates.
But if you’re an anime fan in Asia things might be “slightly” different for you.
Thanks to these companies.
Asian Companies That Stream Anime FREE (Legally)
Muse Asia started back in 1992, according to their YouTube channel. And they produce and distribute anime in Asia.
Muse Asia is one animation company in South-East Asia that streams anime for free.
The cost of course is these anime shows are only available to anime fans in Asia, which means a lot you reading this article.
Right Now – Muse Asia has a lot of anime being simulcasted. Like:
- Gal & Dinosaur.
- Shironeko Project.
And other anime shows for 2020.
And there are other anime shows like Cautious Hero, Demon School and others to watch on their YouTube Channel.
You can watch these anime in these countries:
And other South-Asian countries.
Next in line is Ani One, another Asian company that distributes and streams anime for free…. To an Asian audience.
Ani One is based in Hong Kong.
They first started out in 1994.
They simulcast a lot of anime just like Muse Asia. And have other anime in their pipeline on YouTube, available for free to Asian anime fans.
Ani One is available in:
- Hong Kong
And with plans to open up in more countries.
These 2 anime companies don’t have the biggest list of anime shows. Not in the 200-500’s anyway.
In reality it’s the same situation as in the west, but it’s the best compromise for now.