Amin Abbas Dubai
Dragon Ball Super, the latest series of Dragon Ball series created by famous Japanese author Akira Toriyama and sequel to Dragon Ball Z is finally coming to the Middle East thanks to Pan-Arab cartoon TV station SpaceToon.
The latest series will be dubbed in Arabic and broadcasted on its video streaming platform, SpaceToon Go, and SpaceToon TV March 22 simultaneously with the channel’s 20th anniversary.
One of the TV station’s representatives said: “We are very pleased to bring the latest adventure of Dragon Ball series to the Middle East fans who are excited to watch and live the most epic moments of it in Arabic.”
“The show will be broadcasted on a weekly basis on both SpaceToon Go and Spacetoon TV which gives the fans the option of watching the series the way they want it,” he added.
SpaceToon has also stated that it will collaborate with ToyPro, an Arab company specialized in distributing toys in MENA, to release toys and figures of the whole Dragon Ball series, with more focus on Dragon Ball Super figures that will hit the market by the mid of 2020.
SpaceToon Kids TV is the first kids’ channel to air in the MENA region covering 22 countries and reaching over 200 million viewers. It was established in Dubai as a part of GNAM group in 2000 and became the most trusted kids’ channel in the region.
SpaceToon’s popularity comes from its core values of spreading social awareness and responsibility among future generations and developing kid’s mental abilities through edutainment.
Dragon Ball Super broadcasted in Japan on July 2015 & US on January 2017. The series became a global hit, which lead to the release of Dragon Ball Super: Broly movie on December 2018 in Japan.