“I love watching anime legally”: Disguised Toast announces Crunchyroll partnership hours after his copyright strike is removed


“I love watching anime legally”: Disguised Toast announces Crunchyroll partnership hours after his copyright strike is removed

Image Credits: Disguised Toast/ Twitter

Disguised Toast and his love for Japanese animated series or movies, shortly dubbed as ‘anime’ is known since a long time by his ardent viewers. To their delight, the Taiwanese streamer has announced a partnership with American anime streaming website ‘CrunchyRoll’.

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The announcement was made on Twitter earlier today where the 30 year-old streamer stated that, “You guys all know how much I love watching anime legally”. He later announced that he has joined hands with Crunchyroll to watch anime during his livestream with his viewers.

As a part of this partnership, Disguised Toast will be streaming Chainsaw Man. The first anime stream got aired on November 15th at 4 PM PST. Chainsaw Man is currently one of the most popular anime series that has been breaking records globally, as of now six episodes of the anime have aired, but the streamer decided to watch it from the beginning with his viewers.

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Disguised Toast’s love for anime had got him banned once

"I love watching anime legally": Disguised Toast announces Crunchyroll partnership hours after his copyright strike is removed
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The OfflineTV content creator has time and again expressed his desire to watch anime during his livestream and once he did it regularly, only to be handed out a 48-hour suspension from Twitch as DMCA put a copyright strike on his channel for broadcasting anime without having proper media rights.

Disguised Toast was streaming Death Note at that time and apparently, he was disappointed not due to the ban, but that he couldn’t stream it for another 20 minutes. He joined the likes of other high profile streamers such as Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys who got banned due to a similar reason.

Although his ban was lifted after a couple of days, the copyright strike was removed on November 15th and clearly, it was quite bold of the streamer to announce a partnership hours later and start streaming a recently launched animated series.

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Fans react to Disguised Toast’s announcement

Twitterati was certainly excited to hear that Disguised Toast has landed such a big partnership, at the same time, they highlighted how hilarious it was that the streamer couldn’t have found a better time to make this announcement, as a couple of hours ago, he revealed that his copyright strike was removed.

Crunchyroll has previously partnered up with popular streamers such as Pokimane, so that they can broadcast animated series on their channel and further increase its popularity.

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