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Game of Thrones official merchandise now in stores

14-July-2017
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Game of Thrones official merchandise now in stores


With the most awaited season 7 around, HBO and Game of Thrones have launched the official licensed merchandise range in India through their brand licensing partner - Black White Orange Brands.



 



Black White Orange has exclusive licensing and merchandising rights for the India market and have partnered with retail and online stores like Redwolf, Myntra and The Entertainment Store to launch an array of products including apparel for men and women, badges, tote bags, coasters, figurines, shot glasses and posters. 



 







   

  





The products feature the essence of the show which include House Stark, House Targaryen, Sigils, House Lannister, Arya Stark, Daenerys Targaryen, Jon Snow and more.

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