Game of Thrones: Find the real-life iron throne hidden on the earth

For the Throne! As the epic sequence Game of Thrones nears its conclusion, HBO is providing followers the possibility to play. And the excellent news is, you don’t die in the event you don’t win. 

As a part of its #ForTheThrone marketing campaign, HBO has launched a treasure hunt whereby followers search out six iron thrones which have been hidden throughout the globe, and its as much as astute and observant followers to determine the place they had been primarily based on carefully-hidden clues. HBO posted an image of an Iron Throne reproduction on its Instagram web page together with a message suggesting followers “Seek the Weirwood in this Kingdom on Earth.” 


In addition, the cable community has posted a sequence of hourlong movies on YouTube of the throne someplace in a nondescript wooded space. But the movies had been shot with a 360-degree digicam, so you’ll be able to discover the speedy neighborhood to seek for clues as to the place the throne is. Check out the primary one right here:

Pretty neat, huh? The idea and having the ability to transfer the picture round, that’s; not simply looking at an hourlong video of an inanimate object deserted someplace within the woods (until that is your factor, wherein case, no judgement right here). 

Now, there’s no indication that we will discover on any of HBO’s social media pages as to what one truly, y’know, wins (it’s not clear in the event you truly get to maintain any of the thrones as soon as you discover them), however that’s no excuse to not hunt for the throne, is it? 

HBO has been pulling out all of the stops to advertise the conclusion of its beloved and long-running sequence. This promotional occasion follows the “Bleed for the Throne” blood drive occasion completed earlier this month in partnership with the American Red Cross.

So, what are you ready for? Check out the movies and determine the place these thrones are. The hunt is on! (It’s not such as you’ve acquired the ultimate season to look at but.)

The closing season of Game of Thrones begins April 14 on HBO.

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