‘Game of Thrones': You Can Bet on Who Will Rule Westeros

Bovada gives Bran Stark better odds than The Night King

Last Updated: June 6, 2018 @ 10:27 AM

There may not be any new episodes “Game of Thrones” in 2018, but oddsmakers are already predicting either Daenarys Targaryen or Jon Snow will eventually sit on the Iron Throne when the HBO drama ends its run next year.

Thanks to Bovada, fans won’t just be able to argue over who should rule Westeros, but they can their wager on who will be the ultimate victor.

The oddsmaker has listed which characters stand the best chance to end as the ruler of Westeros when all is said and done. Unsurprisingly, the co-leaders are Daenarys and Jon, each with 2-to-1 odds. Perhaps more surprisingly, the youngest (living) Stark, Bran, has the third-best odds at 3.5-to-1, despite taking over the mantle of the Three-Eyed Raven.

Bovada gave The Night King the fourth best odds at 10-to-1 to sit on the throne. Guess they don’t value Ice Dragons as much as you’d think.

The Lannisters make up the next three most likely rulers of Westeros, with Tyrion Lannister holding the fifth spot on Bovada’s list with 12.5-to-1 odds. Cersei Lannister, the Throne’s current occupant, is tied with her brother Jamie for the sixth-best odds to keep her title, at 15-to-1.

Here’s the rest of the rankings (For those Brienne-Tormund shippers, they each have 100-to-1 odds). The Mountain has the worst odds at 150-to-1.

  • Sansa Stark (25-to-1)
  • Arya Stark (40-to-1)
  • Euron Greyjoy (50-to-1)
  • Varys (75-to-1)
  • Gendry (75-to-1)
  • Samwell Tarly (75-to-1)
  • Melisandre (100-to-1)
  • Theon Greyjoy (100-to-1)
  • Jaqen H’ghar (100-to-1)
  • Brienne of Tarth (100-to-1)
  • Jorah Mormont (100-to-1)
  • Bronn (100-to-1)
  • Tormund Giantsbane (100-to-1)
  • Davos Seaworth (100-to-1)
  • The Hound (100-to-1)
  • Gilly (100-to-1)
  • Daario Naharis (100-to-1)
  • Yara Greyjoy (100-to-1)
  • The Mountain (150-to-1)

“Game of Thrones” will return for its eighth and final season in 2019.

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