PlayStation gets more streaming options with Animelab and Stan
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PlayStation gets more streaming options with Animelab and Stan


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PlayStation today advised that Animelab will soon be heading to the PS3 and PS4. Today’s news follows an announcement earlier this month that streaming service Stan will also be available on consoles.

“Animelab lets fans watch anime hits and simulcasts straight from Japan,” PlayStation said of the streaming service, which is available from today. Shows like Tokyo Ghoul, Naruto, Assassination Classroom and Attack on Titan are able to be streamed.

Animelab offers a free subscription with SD-streamed subtitled shows, while a premium subscription can be purchased to stream in HD and with the option of dubbed episodes.

Stan is an Australian-based streaming service that offers movies and television shows like The Hunger Games, Friends and more. Stan and PlayStation are in the midst of a promotion that’s offering a 3-month subscription to any PlayStation user that spends $30 AUD or more on eligible PS products. After that, Stan offers a monthly subscription for $10 AUD monthly. A free 30-day trial can also be taken advantage of.

Tags Animelab, Sony, Stan
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