Campaign India Team
Apr 16, 2019

Spoiler Alert: Game of Thrones spoilers, courtesy Hotstar

Watch the films conceptualised by DDB Mudra Group here

In its latest campaign to promote Game of Thrones, Hotstar Premium takes on every Thronie’s biggest nightmare – Spoilers. 
Instead of loathing spoilers, the campaign celebrates them through a film campaign; by handing the power of spoilers in the hands of Hotstar Premium subscribers. The campaign is further amplified
through out-of-home. 
Rahul Mathew, NCD, DDB Mudra Group said, “For a manically followed show like Game of Thrones, spoilers as an idea is both insightful and creatively fertile. Then it was just a matter of  bringing the idea to life in the most entertaining manner.”
Watch the Jon Snow film here:
Sunder Balasubramanian, head - marketing, Hotstar Pay said, “The single minded proposition to communicate was that this year the GOT fans in India could watch it live with the US on Hotstar Premium. The creative idea of ‘the first to the throne owns the spoilers’ captured this thought simply, and stayed true to the language and milieu of the show.”
Watch the Ice Dragon spoiler film here:
More spoilers "Kya Yaar"
The Intern gets even
Mother of Dragons:
Hold the door:
Agency credits
Creative: Rahul Mathew, Shagun Seda, Ashish Phatak, Godwin Dmello, Sanket Wadwalkar,
Vinay Singh, Gagandeep Bindra, Divya Nenwani, Aina Mathew
Account Planning: Mehak Jaini, Nainika Chauhan
Business Management: Aditya Kanthy, Rakesh Varma, Reiaa Pillai
Films: Vishal Sane, Meenaz Lala
Director: Akanksha Seda
Production House: Nineteen Films
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