How to Get Paid on Twitter for Live TV Coverage of the Golden State Warriors vs. San Antonio Spurs Game at Golden State


You’re going to have to pay to watch the NBA playoffs on Twitter.

The Warriors and Spurs will meet at Golden 1 Center on Friday night, and the first-round game on Saturday will be broadcast live from the arena.

You can see how much you’ll be paying to watch from here.

Here are the rules: Twitter users who watch at least two games live at least once per day, plus up to four others live, will get a 15% commission on their tweets that include the games.

Those who don’t watch the games live will get no commission.

If you want to watch games on another platform, you’ll need to subscribe to one of the following streaming platforms: HBO GO, Hulu, Apple TV, Roku, PlayStation Vue, Amazon Prime Video, PlayStation Mobile, Vudu, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, or Google Chromecast.

If your Twitter account is a verified account, you will receive the same 15%.

If it’s a verified, non-verified account, the 25% you’ll receive will be applied to the tweets for each other verified account.

You’ll also get the same commission as for the NBA on your tweets that includes the games, unless you pay for it through another channel, such as Spotify, Hulu Plus, Apple Music, Spotify Premium, or YouTube.

If there are multiple accounts, all of them will get the 15% for the games they’re included in.

For example, if you tweet @NBA, you get the 30% that goes to your account that includes @NBA.

If, for example, you tweet the @NBA game from your verified account and it has at least five tweets that have at least one tweet about the game that mentions the Warriors, you receive that 25% for that game as well.

If a game is played between the Warriors and Warriors-Lakers game, the Warriors-LeBron game will receive a 25% commission, and so on.

For a list of games and their broadcast times, see here. 

Here are the most recent tweets with details about the NBA and how much it’s going to cost: #NBA #NBA #GoldenStateWarriors @Nike will pay $25K to the Golden 1 for the Warriors to play the Spurs. — The Ringer (@TheRinger) March 24, 2019

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