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Netflix will present 40 new animes in 2021, Ada Record by Ragnarok

Netflix illustration. (Unsplash / Charles Deluvio) – A total of 40 new anime titles will be available on the Netflix application during 2021. This launch is a continuation of the success of the anime series Blood of Zeus, which was present last year.

Quoted from The edge, Tuesday (3/30/2021), several anime series released by Netflix are Record of Ragnarok, which will be adapted from a Japanese manga in June. Then there’s the Yasuke anime, which came out on April 29th.

Next up is Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, which is coming to consoles as a franchise of Resident Evil games.

Netflix announced on April 8th the anime series The Way of the Househusband, which is based on the Japanese manga series.

Compared to 2021, Netflix’s anime series has almost doubled this year.

Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness. [Netflix]
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness. [Netflix]

“We pride ourselves on being the number one choice for great entertainment with quality content,” said Taiki Sakurai, Netflix’s chief anime producer.

Netflix also announced that many subscribers are now watching anime series on its platform.

In 2021, the number of users who streamed anime live increased 50 percent from 2021.

In 2021, anime revenues worldwide reached 23 billion US dollars or 333 trillion Rp.

Anime revenue is forecast to rise to more than IDR 36 billion, or IDR 521 trillion, in 2025. ( Prastya)

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