Sky Atlantic contest to let UK based Game of Thrones fans train with the Night’s Watch and attend the season 7 premiere
Game of Thrones is taking longer than usual to return, this time. Season 7 is more than a couple of months away, and the wait is killing us. The hype around the show is at an all time high, and cast interviews teasing Season 7, and fan theories speculating the events are dropping left and right. In the midst of all this, Sky Atlantic, the British broadcasting network that holds the rights to air Game of Thrones in the UK, has launched a new contest for Game of Thrones fans from the nation, and it sounds exciting. Read on!
The network is offering an all-expenses paid trip to attend the world premiere of Game of Thrones Season 7, and spots in a Night’s Watch training camp to be held at the Tower of London on May 20. Check out the tweet announcing it, below :
— Sky Atlantic (@skyatlantic) May 2, 2017
The contest is open to citizens of the UK and Ireland. You can enter the contest on the official website, Join the Night’s Watch. All you have to do is sign up, create your own banner, take a Night’s Watch themed quiz, and you get a shot at winning the grand prize. However, to be eligible for the grand prize, you need to have a Facebook account, and give Sky Atlantic the permission to post a link to your wall. The winner will get to take a guest with him/her, and the approximate date has been said to be three days starting July 11. The last date to enter the competition is May 31.
The Night’s Watch training camp can be enrolled for by filling a form on the website. It has been stated that the camp will take place on May 20, in two sessions, morning, and afternoon. The training has been said to include target shooting, sword fighting, and more, not to forget that the participants will get to take pictures on the Iron Throne. Winners will be announced every day from today, to May 17, except on the weekends, with the exact number of winners to be picked, yet unknown.
The Night’s Watch quiz does have a leaderboard, but we’re not sure whether it will be used to pick winners. Either way, it wouldn’t hurt to give it a try. Are you gonna give it a shot? Tell us in the comments, down below!