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First Episode Of The Game Of Thrones Was Pirated 55 Million Times Under 24hrs



First Episode Of G.O.T Records Incredible Number Of Pirated Copies Under 24 Hours Of Release 

After just about two years of expectation, the last season of Game Of Thrones at long last started for the current week.

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Enthusiastic fans far and wide tuned in on Sunday to watch ‘Winterfell’ – and now it appears that the greater part watchers viewed the scene illicitly.

New information from MUSO, the worldwide expert on computerized robbery, has uncovered that the scene was pilfered multiple times inside the initial 24 hours of its debut.

In correlation, HBO’s official figures uncovered that simply 17.4 million viewed the scene lawfully.

Diving further into the outcomes, MUSO uncovered which nations illicitly gushed the scene the most.

India and China were where a great many people unlawfully gushed the scene, trailed by the US, UK and Nigeria.

Andy Chatterley, fellow benefactor and CEO of MUSO, said :

“Perhaps unsurprisingly, the relentless, global demand for access to HBO’s Game of Thrones, through both legitimate and illegitimate channels, is still absolutely staggering.

“Season 8 has been long-anticipated by fans around the world, leading to what can only be described as piracy mania as dedicated fans look for streams and torrents, whether that be a result of the content not being available in their region, wanting to get in on the action early through fear of missing out, or to avoid seeing spoilers on social media.

“The episode also leaked hours in advance of the premiere, causing a frenzy on torrent and streaming sites across the world.

“Regardless of rationale, the piracy figures for just the first 24 hours since the episode aired demonstrate that these audiences cannot – and should not – be ignored.
“Despite considerable global efforts to tackle piracy over the past couple of years, this data shows that consumers are still being driven to unlicensed sources to find content.

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“It’s imperative that rights holders understand that piracy audiences are some of their most dedicated fans, which, above all else, presents a vast commercial opportunity.”

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