Rules-lawyering drama queen but not a munchkin
@LuisCarlos17f Crunchy Roll has lost a lot of value and cred in North America over the past few years. Losing the Funimation catalog, news of them altering, not just translating, the dialogues in the subs, news of them censoring content, and them giving money to western animators -to make original content for an anime focused service- at a time when many felt that they had to invest in more infrastructure have been pretty damning. There is no point for AT&T keeping a brand like that when it is already redundant. They want everybody to have an HBO Max account -which also includes anime-. If they are going to retire a redundant brand, they might as well make some money out of it.