TechCrunch has learned that HBO, the entertainment giant behind the hit HBO series “Game of Throne,” made a staggering $1.2 billion in 2015.
That figure, which was reported by Forbes, puts the production company’s total earnings at $2.6 billion for the year.
It also makes the company the world’s largest online video-on-demand company, surpassing Disney.
The total was up by $500 million over the previous year.
The news comes amid a massive online video boom in the U.S., where HBO is currently on top with more than 50 million subscribers.
The network, which started streaming its series in 2007, is a favorite of fans of the fantasy show.
HBO also has a successful international presence, which helped it rake in $2 billion worldwide last year.
It’s not clear whether HBO will have more money coming in for its upcoming production slate, but it’s certainly making a splash with its streaming service.
The company is set to debut a new series in the coming months, “Game Of Thrones,” with a cast that includes Peter Dinklage as Daenerys Targaryen and Sophie Turner as Cersei Lannister.