Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit gets three Beth Harmon Funko Pops

The Queen’s Gambit Funko Pop! vinyl figures are now available for preorder

Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit gets three Beth Harmon Funko Pops 13

Funko has launched a collection of Pop! vinyl figures based on the main character of the hit Netflix series The Queen’s Gambit.

The toy lineup is comprised of three different Beth Harmon figures: Beth dressed in her outfit from the finale, Beth holding a rook chess piece, and Beth carrying two silver trophies.

Like most standard Funko Pop! vinyl figures, each of the three Beth Harmon collectibles measures approximately 3 3/4-inches tall and is packaged in a window display box. All three figures are now available for preorder for $10.99 each on Entertainment Earth with shipping slated for June 2021.

#1 The Queen’s Gambit Beth (Finale) Pop! Vinyl Figure, $10.99

The Queen's Gambit Beth (Finale) Pop! Vinyl Figure


#2 The Queen’s Gambit Beth Harmon Pop! Vinyl Figure, $10.99

The Queen's Gambit Beth Harmon Pop! Vinyl Figure


#3 The Queen’s Gambit Beth with Trophies Pop! Vinyl Figure, $10.99

The Queen's Gambit Beth with Trophies Pop! Vinyl Figure


Based on Walter Tevis’ 1983 novel of the same name, The Queen’s Gambit was created for Netflix by Scott Frank (Logan) and Allan Scott (The Preacher’s Wife). Beginning in the mid-1950s and proceeding into the 1960s, the seven-episode miniseries follows the life of orphaned chess prodigy Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy) on her rise to the top of the chess world while struggling with her identity, trauma, drug problems, and alcohol dependency.

The coming-of-age period drama, which had become Netflix’s most-watched scripted miniseries four weeks after its October 23rd premiere, has an approval rating of 99% based on 76 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes. Aside from Taylor-Joy’s critically acclaimed performance as Beth Harmon, the show has also been praised for its incredibly realized period details and emotionally intelligent writing.

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The Queen’s Gambit also received a positive response from the chess community and is claimed to have increased public interest in the game. Elizabeth LoVecchio, a vice president of marketing at Spin Master told NPR that its “chess sales have increased triple digits” since the miniseries debuted, while a rep for eBay said in a statement to The New York Times that the estimated sales of chess boards on the platform had increased by 215 percent.