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HBO recently partnered up with gaming seat maker Secretlab to release three “Game of Thrones”-themed chairs. The designs are based on three major houses in the hit HBO TV series. Here’s what we know about this.

According to the SecretLab’s site, the three new “Game of Thrones”-themed chairs have designs based on the Stark, Lannister and Targaryen houses. These three houses are all major houses aiming to grab the highest seat of political power in Westeros, the Iron Throne. While the gaming chairs are no Iron Throne subtitutes, each chair from SecretLab has been designed with sigils and colors based on the three houses.

Rather than just being a series-themed chair, the “Game of Thrones” gaming chairs are actually functional for its intended demographic. Gamers will enjoy the chairs’ four-additional armrests, multi-tilt mechanism, fully-adjustable lumbar support, memory foam lumbar pillow and cold-cured foam stuffing into the chair.

SecretLab noted that these chairs were made possible after they passed the “Game of Thrones” chair designs to HBO. Now that it’s out, SecretLab extended the opportunity to the fans to enjoy the last season of “Game of Thrones” with this comfortable chair.

Lastly, the “Game of Thrones” gaming chairs come in limited quantity at select regions. The chairs are also available in SecretLab’s OMEGA and TITAN variants.

Fans have until May 19 to enjoy the series on this chair as the show’s final episode will air that day.

In other news, Microsoft has shown a mysterious “Game Of Thrones” reveal for the Xbox. Fans noticed that the teaser was “Game Of Thrones”-related as its draconic emblem was similar to the Targaryen sigil.

Despite fans trying to figure the teaser out, Microsoft barely left any other details about what this could be. Potentially, Microsoft could release an Xbox console with a design based on the show or release a new “Game of Thrones” video game.

Telltale Games, known for "The Walking Dead" video game series, handled the last known “Game of Thrones” video game, but it had already closed down last year.

Once Microsoft releases this new reveal, “Game of Thrones” fans can have a gaming setup which could be completely on theme with their favorite show.