New data reveals that a shocking total of 174,373 deaths have taken place on screen since Game of Thrones first aired in 2011.
Created by Game of Canada, the infographic reveals some of the most surprising statistics from the television depiction of George R.R Martin’s fantastical world that has taken the globe by storm.
From the character who has had the most screen time (the infamous Jon Snow) to the extortionate price of Daenerys Targaryen’s iconic white wig ($7000), the infographic encompasses the magical success of the entire show.
Other key statistics include the number of newborns that have been named after young hit-man Arya Stark, as well as the impressive $500,000 that Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington take home after each episode.
In the finale of season seven alone, 16.5 million viewers tuned in to uncover the identity of Jon Snow. On top of this, the season seven premier was illegally downloaded 90 million times in just three days according to data from piracy monitoring firm, MUSO.
The infographic was created following the launch of new website gameofcanada.com, which pays tribute to Game of Thrones by taking the most popular characters and locations and re-imagining them with a Canadian cast and Canadian locations.
Game of Canada’s unique conceptualisation of Game of Thrones has provided both the creators and the fans with hours of fun, allowing to keep discussion of the series alive through the long wait to season eight.
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