Toei Animation and Funimation to Co-Host Global Livestream Celebrating One Piece Episode 1000

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Nicholas Friedman
Nicholas Friedman is a career pop culture journalist and Sr. Managing Editor at Funimation. You'll likely find him talking about Mob Psycho 100.

For the One Piece anime, it all started on October 20, 1999, when Toei Animation brought Monkey D. Luffy and his colorful crew of Straw Hat pirates to life and sent them on a voyage that’s now spanned 22 years, becoming one of the most beloved anime franchises in the world!

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We’re excited to announce that in celebration of and coinciding with One Piece Episode 1000, Toei Animation has partnered with us for a very special livestream event on November 20 at 3 p.m. PST.

One Piece 1000 Visual

Hosted by YouTuber and One Piece superfan RogersBase, this livestream event will be broadcast globally on Funimation’s and Toei Animation’s official YouTube channels, as well as the One Piece official Facebook page.

The event will feature free streaming of Episodes 998 and 999 of One Piece, as well as prize giveaways, fan videos and more! So if you needed the perfect lead-up to stream One Piece Episode 1000 when it arrives on Funimation, this is it.

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This global live event joins celebratory events and initiatives the world over for One Piece, including Toei Animation’s special theatrical event for One Piece Film: Strong World, the One Piece 1000 Logs campaign and much, much more.

Are you excited to tune into this special One Piece Episode 1000 event? Share this post and let us know! And, as always, stay tuned to Funimation for the latest news on all things One Piece.

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