The app is available in the App Store and Google Play Store, so Android and iPhone users alike can download the app. Once installed, you have to login with your Facebook account — no, it’s not optional — and you can start setting up your Game of Thrones team.
Each team has to have a total of 13 characters on board in order to begin Throne Fantasy. While you can choose upto three politicians to come abroad, there can only be one king or queen.
Users also have to make seven predictions about the season, like how many chickens will be eaten, how many glasses of wine will be consumed along with how many butts will appear on screen.
Not that there aren’t serious questions like how many characters will die over the course of the season, which character will do the most killing and who will finally sit on the coveted Iron Throne.
Once you’re done setting up, your team will continue to accumulate points as the season rolls out week by week. There are eight distinct categories where a particular team can gain points.
In the death category, for instance, you’ll gain points around how characters die, while in the dialogue category, you’ll gain points based on what characters say. Each action, in turn, has a different amount of points — negative in some cases.
Once you have figured out the schematics, you can either create your own league or join one that your friends have already set up.
Be warned, if you plan on signing up for Throne Fantasy — there will be a penalty for joining late since three episodes of Game of Thrones Season 8 has aired.
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