Game of Thrones spoiler alerts may be coming your way via this Kenyan site that lets fans anonymously text friends the much-hated spoilers.
HBO’s Game of Thrones is an insanely popular show and when an episode drops, social media erupts with comments and memes about the latest episode. However, not everyone gets to watch the show at the same time and this leads to a situation where you see spoilers everywhere on social media.
This has warranted people to wake up early Monday mornings since the show airs on Sunday nights in the US and watch the show before logging into social media sites since people will be busy talking about the latest Game of Thrones episode.
People generally do not like spoilers since it ruins the fun of watching the show something that has led to a large of a number of people to temporarily delete social media platforms like Twitter in order to avoid spoilers. Well, it seems some people want to take the whole spoiling game to a new level.
Spoiling however does not come cheap as the site Spoiled requires you pay to send spoilers to your friends via text. The developers said that they built it ‘mostly for fun’ and sure it is, reported TechWeez.
On the website, it asks you for your name, your email and the recipient’s phone number. Afterwards, the website asks you to select the episodes you want to spoil to your friend. Currently, you can only send spoilers to Episode 6 since that is the next (and final) episode of Game of Thrones.
You have to pay for this service however and they have an MPESA integration on the website. When you input your MPESA phone number, it will send an MPESA checkout for you to pay.
The long-running hit TV series Game of Thrones will have its season finale next week so you might as well end the season with a bit of spoilers perhaps?