Even though FUNimation hasn’t license the Dub, this is still good news for long time fans.
Announced today, Toei Animation will allow anime sites Crunchyroll, Daisuki and AnimeLab to stream the long awaited series Dragon Ball Super. The anime will be in English-subtitled and it will simulcast starting on episode 63 on October 22 (Saturday), 9:00 pm EDT. These sites will also include the full Trunks Trunks saga from episode 47. On October 30, these sites will also be including 10 earlier episodes per week. Fans will be able to watch all of the previously missed Dragon Ball Super episodes.
United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand will be able to watch the anime as a free user and subscriber. Paid users of Crunchyroll in South Africa and Latin America will be able to stream the anime.
Likewise as Crunchyroll, Daisuki will allow users, free or paid, to watch the anime in different countries.
AnimeLab will be streaming in Australia and New Zealand for free users and paid members.