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'''MC Entertainment''' is a Russian distributor of [[anime]] and films from Japan, United States, Germany, [[Great Britain]], China, [[Thailand]] and [[South Korea]].<ref name="about">{{cite web|url=http://www.mc-ent.ru/contact.html|title=About us|publisher=MC Entertainment|language=Russian|accessdate=6 February 2010|url-status=dead|archiveurl=https://www.webcitation.org/61C20APsW?url=http://www.mc-ent.ru/contact.html|archivedate=25 August 2011}}</ref> The company, headed by Dmitry Fedotkin,<ref name="animag">{{cite web | author = Eugene Kahn | url = http://www.animemagazine.ru/48.06/tema_01.php | title = Аниме Лицензия в России: Компания MC Entertainment | work = Interview with Dmitry Fedotkin | trans-title = Anime license in Russia: MC Entertainment company | date = April 25, 2007 | publisher = AniMag | accessdate = 2009-04-04 | language = Russian | archive-url = https://web.archive.org/web/20110723023153/http://www.animemagazine.ru/48.06/tema_01.php | archive-date = July 23, 2011 | url-status = dead }}</ref> was founded in 2000. As of 2007, it is the largest anime company in Russia. It is also the first Russian company aimed exclusively at the anime market. MC Entertainment was one of the founders of ''[[AnimeGid]]'' magazine, as well as [[Moscow Anime Festival]] and ''[[anime*magazine]]'' sponsor.<ref name="about"/><ref>{{cite journal|year=2004|script-title=ru:От редакции |trans-title=Editor's column |journal=[[anime*magazine]] |issue=3|pages=3 |issn=1810-8644|language=Russian}}</ref>
 
Until 2006 MC Entertainment did not have any rivalries, becoming a [[monopolist]] on Russian anime market. In the beginning of 2006 its first competitor [[XL Media]] appeared, later was founded other anime companies [[Mega-Anime]] and [[Reanimedia]].<ref>{{cite web | author = Eugene Kahn | url = http://www.animemagazine.ru/48.06/tema_04.php | script-title = ru:Дистрибьюторы аниме в России | trans-title = Anime distributors in Russia | date = April 25, 2007 | publisher = AniMag | accessdate = 2009-04-04 | language = Russian | archive-url = https://web.archive.org/web/20110723023217/http://www.animemagazine.ru/48.06/tema_04.php | archive-date = July 23, 2011 | url-status = dead }}</ref> and the still doing it.
 
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