THE first set in the updated Brighton Monopoly has been announced, one day before its launch.

The i360, Brighton Museum and Pride will occupy the yellow spaces, which are the second-most valuable assets on the board.

They join the Royal Pavilion, which is Brighton’s answer to Mayfair, in the new version of the game, which was released in 2003.

Monopoly bosses, who chose to remake the Brighton edition because the city is so popular, say the yellow spaces are tourism and visitor themed.

So far, a seagull has also been named as one of the playing parts in only the second time they have been changed.

Developers are also giving our readers the chance to win a copy of the game in time for Christmas. Look out for how to enter the competition in the paper.