Loot Crate, the company behind popular monthly subscription goody box services Loot Crate, Loot Gaming, Loot Pets and Level Up, has partnered with anime streaming service Crunchyroll to make its Loot Anime line even more kakkoii. Co-branded with Loot Anime and Crunchyroll, the improved service will offer fans a comprehensive anime experience.
Loot Crate, which services more than half a million “Looters” across its options for geeks, gamers and pop culture lovers, supplies subscribers with monthly mystery boxes containing exclusive collectibles, apparel and accessories. Crunchyroll’s strong ties to Japanese licensors means that Loot Anime subscribers will receive high-quality anime merchandise — including figures, collectibles, manga, apparel and accessories — and gain access to exclusive items paired with the latest streaming content and licenses available from Crunchyroll. Additional exclusive benefits will be announced later.
Existing Loot Anime subscribers will see no change in cost, and the subscription price and frequency will remain the same. The Loot Anime service offers packages starting at $22.95 per month, with each crate valued at over $60.