Game of Thrones exhibition flown in for Cityplaza
PCCW Media’s OTT entertainment platform Now E is staging a Game of Thrones exhibition at Cityplaza’s second-floor atrium and centre bridge for a fortnight, starting today.
The mall promotion has been created in partnership with HBO and heralds the approaching end of the cult TV series hit.
An Iron Throne has been flown into Hong Kong to become the centrepiece of the Game of Thrones exhibition and eight interactive zones have been set up to recreate scenes from the TV series.
The final season of Game of Thrones premiers in the US and Hong Kong on Monday (April 15).
The Now E x HBO Go: Game of Thrones Ultimate Experience’s interactive exhibition zones, each represent classic scenes and characters from the show.
Mall visitors will be invited to sit on the Iron Throne and take pictures with 3D Stereoscopic Paintings.
Another exhibition highlight will be Viserion, a six-metre-long ice dragon weighing more than 1360kg.
Exhibition goers will be able to have photos taken with characters in front of a display wall, or pretend to be a White Walker in an interactive photo zone.
In another feature of the installation, fans can get their own House Sigil Leather Coasters to represent their favorite kingdoms.
On arrival at Cityplaza, visitors will each receive a Game of Thrones exhibition passport and receive a limited-edition Four House Sigil sticker by collecting all four stamps at the interactive zones.