International Dragon Ball fans can Cha-La Head-Cha-La with delight, as Toei Animation announced that they’re running simulcasts of Dragon Ball Super on Crunchyroll, Daisuki and Anime Lab from this month on.

Crunchyroll’s stream is available to the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand for both free and subscription members. And with subscriptions only, Latin American and South African viewers will be able to tune in too.

Daisuki have also announced that they are streaming the series in the following territories: North America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK, Ireland, Germany, and the Scandinavian Peninsula (Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Iceland), as well as “some other European countries”. At first the series will stream with English subtitles in all these countries, but after a delay, Daisuki will add South American Spanish and Russian subtitles.

From October 22nd, all the aforementioned streaming platforms began offering the full Future Trunks arc, which starts at episode 47. Starting October 30th, each platform will offer 10 additional earlier episodes per week. Toei mentioned earlier this month that the show was expected to air in Europe, the Middle East and Africa sometime between this fall and winter.

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About time given the show’s global appeal. If legal streaming sites can’t host the episodes people will watch it via other means.