Games of Thrones has raked in 10 trophies to dominate the second night of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
"Thrones" cleaned up in craft and technical categories, from visual effects to makeup to main title design to casting for a drama series.
The show, the most nominated program in the 2019 Emmy race with a total of 32 nominations, was up for 18 awards on Sunday.
As expected it is heading into the September 22 Primetime Emmy Awards with strong momentum to triumph once again at the ceremony, to be telecast live on Fox.
Meanwhile, HBO's Chernobyl grabbed seven wins, followed by Amazon's The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel with six.
The heft from 'Thrones and Chernobyl put HBO over the top in the network race coming out of the two-night ceremony, with HBO collecting 25 statuettes to Netflix's 23.
National Geographic TV and Amazon were tied for third with eight apiece.
The guest acting awards were carved up by two shows: Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale and Amazon's Mrs. Maisel.
Bradley Whitford and Cherry Jones won actor and actress, respectively, in a drama series for their work in the single episode of the third season of Handmaid's Tale that was eligible for the Emmy race this year.
Luke Kirby and Jane Lynch won for their work as comedians in Mrs. Maisel.
Winners in the more than 45 categories were handed out on Saturday night in the first part of the two-night ceremony.