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AnimeLab Launches on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4

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Providing a new means to watch the latest anime episodes through the AnimeLab video-on-demand service, Sony Computer Entertainment Australia and Madman Entertainment have announced that AnimeLab is now accessible on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 video game consoles. Complementing its accessibility on desktop, tablet and mobile devices, this PlayStation support provides fans with another option to watch their favourite anime episodes on their televisions.

Both free and premium subscribers will be able to access content on both consoles, with Premium subscribers gaining a number of added perks included high definition episodes, English dubs and more. Subscriptions can be purchased for $6.95 per month or $69.50 per year, with more information available HERE.

Chris Mander | Managing Director of AnimeLab

We have worked hard since our launch in May 2014 to bring the best anime content to Australia and New Zealand first. Partnering with PlayStation – a brand that has built its credibility and install base over the last 20 years means we can now benefit from the incredibly strong digital footprint, which will mean we get to bring Animelab to Australian and New Zealand audiences the same day they’re showed in Japan, so our fans are 100% up-to-date.

Michael Ephraim | Managing Director of Sony Computer Entertainment Australia

In our minds this is another very important step toward realising our vision of making PlayStation the place for endless entertainment. If you’re going to buy a set top box – why not choose one with the best selection of games, films, TV and music? We know our fans love the content and we couldn’t ask for a more authoritative partner. Having big hittters like Tokyo Ghoul and Naruto on the platform is going to be great for our fans.

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