‘Game of Thrones’ is ‘Game for a Change’ as HBO hits HBO GO deal

HBO announced today that it has signed a multiyear agreement to broadcast Game of Thrones, which premieres on HBO GO this Sunday.

HBO is also bringing the critically acclaimed fantasy drama to Amazon Prime Video, which will premiere Game of Throne at 8 p.m.

ET on Sunday, Oct. 29.

The deal, which runs through 2019, will be available to HBO subscribers in the United States and Canada and in all other territories.

The network also plans to launch Game of the Thrones on Netflix in the U.S. and on the streaming service in the coming weeks.

HBO’s partnership with Amazon is the latest in a string of partnerships between the streaming company and TV networks, including the launch of Amazon Prime Instant Video in April, and the launch in December of HBO GO.

HBO GO will be HBO Go’s largest deal with a video streaming service, and will bring HBO’s signature content and programming to Amazon’s streaming service.

In a statement, HBO CEO Richard Plepler said the deal will bring the series’ epic scope to an unprecedented audience.

“Game of the Throne is a show that has been around since the early days of the medium, and has been a big part of our business.

With this agreement, we will continue to bring it to viewers worldwide, and we look forward to bringing more Game of The Thrones content to fans on Amazon Prime,” Plepler added.