Fans Roast Game Of Thrones Villain On Social Media

Fans Roast Game Of Thrones Villain On Social Media
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A two-day smackdown of HBO's most hated monarch.

Serena Chu
  • 17 december 2013

Fans of “Game of Thrones” will be glad to hear that HBO and 360i have launched a new campaign to roast King Joffrey. Last year’s “Red Wedding” episode is supposedly the inspiration behind this effort.  The purpose of this event is to create buzz for the show even during its off-season.


The campaign gives viewers a chance to spew their vitriol for Joffrey using a specific hashtag. The best bits of the roast will be featured on HBO invited celebrity fans and creative talents to contribute to the roasting as well. And if the entertainment industry wasn’t enough, the campaign even reached out to college campuses and HBO brand ambassadors at colleges nationwide. Students met during study session breaks to churn out some nasty remarks about Joffrey.

Be a part of the fun (or hate) and show your support for the campaign. With more than 60,000 total roasts on the site, rise up to the challenge, and see if you can stand out from the rest.

Here is the event’s promo video.

Source: Adage

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