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The biggest anime distributor in North America, controlling about a third of the market.
FUNimation was founded in 1994 by Gen Fukunaga in Fort Worth, Texas. The company grew to prominence with its 1995 license of Dragon Ball, which it cancelled 13 episodes in to shift focus to the immensely popular Dragon Ball Z.
In 2005 FUNimation was bought by the entertainment company Navarre for $100.4 million and 1.8 million shares of Navarre stock (roughly another $15 million). The company acquired over 50 licenses in short order in 2008 by acquiring most of the licenses previously held by Geneon Entertainment, and the Sojitz titles that were lost by ADV.
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|Phone Number||(817) 788-0627|