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HBO names Black White Orange as official licensing agent for 'Game of Thrones' in India

HBO names Black White Orange as official licensing agent for 'Game of Thrones' in India

Author | exchange4media News Service | Wednesday, Aug 03,2016 11:35 AM

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HBO names Black White Orange as official licensing agent for 'Game of Thrones' in India

HBO has announced Black White Orange Brands Pvt Ltd. as its official licensing and merchandising agent in India for ‘Game of Thrones.’ This partnership with Black White Orange throws open a world of exciting opportunities for HBO to build on the worldwide ‘Game of Thrones’ fanbase by developing officially licensed products for its followers in India.

 Black White Orange will help to ensure that Indian fans are not far behind in building their own ‘Game of Thrones’ memorabilia collections by paving the way for HBO to partner with companies to develop merchandising and retail opportunities for the show in a market that consumes the property on a level at par with international audiences. Internationally, HBO Global Licensing has created a robust catalog of ‘Game of Thrones’ products, from conventional categories such as apparel, figures, collectibles and digital games to specialty categories such as special edition board games and a range of craft beers. Black White Orange will represent HBO in India to develop licensed products like apparel, wall décor, drinkware, stationery, and other collectibles.

Bhavik Vora, Founder & CEO, Black White Orange Brands Pvt Ltd. said, “This is a huge achievement for us at Black White Orange, and to say we are ecstatic would be underplaying the surge of emotions we’re feeling. Game of Thrones fans get transported into the world of Westeros when watching the show and are eager to extend that experience into their everyday lives. We’re honored and excited to work with HBO, who have instilled faith in a young team like ours, to make that possible for the show’s many fans across India.”

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