'Game of Thrones' Brings Sound to Monopoly

HBO Consumer Products has paired with Hasbro for a new edition of Monopoly: "Game of Thrones," the toy company's first Monopoly game to include audio details.

License Global

November 20, 2018

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The game features new design details such as customized tokens, properties seen in the show and embedded graphics. The Monopoly: "Game Of Thrones" Edition game will also include an Iron Throne-inspired card holder that plays the show's theme song during gameplay, the first musical component to be part of a Monopoly game.

The game offers players a chance to buy, sell and trade locations from the Seven Kingdoms as they aspire to take the Iron Throne. “HBO has an incredibly robust and passionate fan base for the ‘Game of Throne’ series, and we’re excited to offer yet another way for these fans to connect with the brand,” says Jonathan Berkowitz, president, Hasbro Brands.

“The board, the tokens, the money and even the game pieces are derived directly from the show, ensuring ‘Game of Thrones’ fans can be transported into the world of Westeros through an engaging and authentic Monopoly experience.”

Monopoly: "Game of Thrones is available now for pre-order at Walmart, GameStop and Amazon, with rollout set for January 2019 at all major retailers.

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