The wait is finally over as the "Game of Thrones" season 6 premiere is nearing. However, as the epic series returns on the limelight, HBO and Spotify are speculated to brace for the worst scenario ever.
It remains uncertain on how the series would fare once it returns on the limelight but HBO and Spotify have made certain measures to gain more revenues for the season 6 premiere. According to The Next Web, "Game of Thrones" returns to HBO this weekend, and in honor of the occasion Spotify has set up a micro-site for you to match your music taste with a character from the show."
To prove the latter, Spotify invested in Daenerys' playlist, wherein it contains a lot of pop, girl-power music from Lorde, Robyn, and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, as well as the "Dragon Queen" was an obvious pick, according to the same post.
It appears that Spotify has seen the potential and the magnitude of profits that "Game of Thrones" season 6 can provide. Even HBO is well aware of how crucial the season premiere is for the direction of the series.
Even though the "Game of Thrones" has been rumored to come to its end soon, many are even hoping for a spinoff series to occur. Even the showrunners have affirmed that the series is indeed ending and might last till season 8, reports Jobs & Hire.
As "Game of Thrones" season 6 is nearing its premiere, it is inevitable that HBO would see its potential profits rise as well as Spotify.