By coronaviruses, Crunchyroll give you their premium service for FREE!

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Crunchyroll, popular streaming platform to watch anime in a legal way, has joined the fight against the coronavirus and through their social networks gave them to know that you will have your premium content free of charge for people to be able to stay home during the duration of the quarantine.

Since a couple of months the world is facing a tough health crisis due to the increasing outbreaks of COVID-19, better known as coronavirus and after having been declared pandemic at the global level, different governments have required their inhabitants stay at home to avoid getting this disease.

The idea of staying in your home for several days has been a bit overwhelming for thousands of people and to ensure that they comply with these health standards that have been decreed as a preventive measures before the coronavirus, Crunchyroll has given a great news on their social networks.

By coronaviruses, Crunchyroll give you their premium service for FREE!

Crunchyroll joins the fight against coronavirus

The extensive list of animes that Crunchyroll manages in its premium section have been available to all users, as an initiative to stay at home and enjoy the content that is hosted on their platform, this promotion is scheduled to last from 14 to 30 days.

To be able to make valid the promotion you will only need to enter the website of Crunchyroll, and register to create a new user and start enjoying the extensive catalog that the popular platform has prepared for users to be able to stay at home and be safe from coronavirus.

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By coronaviruses, Crunchyroll give you their premium service for FREE!

The users of social networks have shown to be grateful to this initiative which has arisen on the part of Crunchyroll and their team for they know that the situation that is gripping the world with the coronavirus it will be possible to stop if you all abide by the health measures that have been implemented.

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