A new OTT platform focused on Japanese cartoons was launched in Chile a few weeks ago. It is called Código Animé and, for the moment, it is only available to be viewed in that country. The founder, Juan Pablo de la Hoz, told the local newspaper Las Últimas Noticias that only in the licensing of the content he has invested more than USD 120 thousand.
The service has three different subscription plans, contracting it for three months costs USD 7.90, for six months USD 14.20 and for one year USD 26.85. The platform offers anime series and films, mostly dubbed into Latin Spanish. “Every week we will be uploading new series and content, that is our commitment”, promised De La Hoz.
Código Animé is added as an alternative for the public who loves Japanese cartoons in Chile, since until now the legal options for viewing this type of content via streaming were the OTTs Netflix and Crunchyroll.