Game Of Thrones Episode 5 Has Been Confirmed To Be Leaked
Game Of Thrones fans, we have one huge announcement coming your way that will definitely give you the jitters and that is the fifth episode being leaked of the popular fantasy show.
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Torrentfreak confirmed the news that HBO Nordic was in fact responsible for leaking the fifth episode of the current season. The company has not stated a reason behind why it did such a thing, but looking at the company’s tenacity to protect one of the hottest shows of 2016 from being leaked could obviously mean that it took an honest mistake by HBO to leak it. On the other hand, it is possible that this was an insider job, and the person carrying out the task might have had some beef with a top-level executive before doing the unthinkable.
The Next Rex reported later on that a Reddit user wanted viewers to download the episode as soon as possible before it was taken down:
“It’s online right now, if you want to go and watch it, but they might remove it soon. Someone probably messed up by putting it there.”
When the leak was confirmed, the episode that was viewed featured extremely poor quality. However, as we speak, 1080p resolution variants of the show have also been leaked, which only means that if you have an internet connection hailing from Google Fiber or something else that delivers unmatched downloading speeds, viewing the latest episode of Game Of Thrones is definitely going to be a treat for you guys.
HBO has yet to confirm was caused the leak to occur in the first place, and we are dead sure that the company is going to put additional contingencies in place to make sure that this never happens again. What did you guys think of the latest leak? Have you watched the latest episode? If yes, then please refrain from posting any form of spoilers. It doesn’t do justice for people who want to enjoy their Sunday night.
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