Its subscription service, which was re-anointed as Rooster Teeth First over the summer, is available on the streaming platforms. The company now boasts 200,000 subscribers.
The Austin, Texas-based company has made a big push for its own original series with new shows like Day 5 and Crunch Time, and on Monday Hullum told the Daily Dot they’re eager to get more fresh “eyeballs” on their content:
Today, newcomers to Rooster Teeth could binge two of our biggest new shows, Crunch Time and Day 5, while also being exposed to our most popular recurring series like the new seasons of Immersion, which is like MythBusters for video games, and RWBY, one of the biggest new animes out there, and the RT Podcast, which lets [a] new audience get to know the people behind our shows.
Over the summer, co-founder Matt Hullum told the Daily Dot: “What you see now with binge-watching with Netflix and other platforms like theirs and like ours is that serialized content is more important now than it ever has been.”