id=”article-body” class=”row” section=”article-body”> A few of the favorites to win the Game of Thrones
HBO If you’re the gambling sort, this might be the perfect time to place your bet on who will win the Game of Thrones since we now know when the final season of the HBO hit series will premiere.
While season 8 starts April 14, userbolavip (https://userbolavip.blogspot.com/) betting has already been taking place for some time. At the conclusion of season 7 all the way back in 2017, the odds at one betting website favored Westeros’ most desirable bastard, Jon Snow.
Since the below teaser dropped Sunday, featuring heir Snow and his Stark half-sisters, he remains the odds-on favorite at online sportsbooks like MyBookie and BetOnline as of midday Monday.
But the UK’s BoyleSports is rating Bran Stark as the most likely future king, with even (50/50) odds.
“We now know the date that Game of Thrones will be back on our screens and that alone has triggered a renewed interest in our betting on who will rule Westeros,” said BoyleSports spokesperson Lawrence Lyons in an emailed statement.
At No. 2 on BoyleSports’ list of most likely monarchs is the presumably soon-to-be-introduced child of Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen, then it’s Jon and Dany themselves in a tie for third most likely victor.
Lyons also notes that the odds have been moving to favor a possible reign of Tyrion Lannister, who is now an 8-to-1 bet.
Interestingly, MyBookie has the Night King and Arya Stark tied for fourth most likely to sit on the throne, behind Jon, Dany and Bran.