"Game of Thrones" is now like a live sporting event — people sit down with their friends and family and watch the game unfold in Westeros.
The next day, it s hard not to be spoiled and see the score.But as we move away from cable and towards streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, HBO Now and HBO Go customers may have a leg up on their cable-watching friends — they can start streaming the episode exactly at 8:57 p.m. EST.Not only is that three minutes sooner than "Game of Thrones" starts on live TV, but because viewers are streaming the episode instead of watching it in real-time, they can skip past the long opening credits or the "previously on 'Game of Thrones'" scenes.
— Vs The Nerd World @VsTheNerdWorld April 25, 2016Fans can sign in with HBO Go or HBO Now through the apps in their smart TVs or through HBO's websites.
HBO Go is a streaming service for people who already pay their TV company for HBO, while HBO Now is the $14.99 a month streaming service for those without cable.
So if you really need your "Game of Thrones" fix faster, HBO Now or HBO Go are where it s at.Read the original article on Tech Insider.
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