Crunchyroll is one of the largest, legal, anime streaming sites in the world. With licenses to many anime that cross over many different territories, they have a costly operation that requires extensive funds to keep us enjoying what we love best. In recent months Crunchyroll have had various cash injections from their new partners, most recently from TV Tokyo.
Akihiko Tamura, a managing executive officer at TV Tokyo and the general manager of the animation division announced during a meeting on Friday that Crunchyroll had finally broken even for the month of May. However, TV Tokyo did not announce what those figures were, or whether they have slipped back into the red.
This also mirrors the sentiments that Crunchyroll announced earlier on in the month when the CEO: Kun Gao and their Brand Manager: Keith Kawamura outlined the company’s financial status.
Source: Anime News Network