The issue is not the money and never will be in the long term. It depends on control. If the PGA and other international tours held firm plus the major organisers, this will be almost like a Middle Aged / Seniors Tour.
However with the players allowed to play in the most of the majors, it will see a steady influx of quality players over time. We all know Saudis have deep pockets so they can afford quite a few years of setting up before clamping down on the sign on fees etc. Deuchambeau and Reed have signed on too according to reports.
If you get a few of the top 10 players jumping on in next two years, some of the lesser PGA Tour events will be finished and the PGA tour will have to get a compromise.
I personally only watch the majors these days but if the LIV came to Australia, I would pay to watch some of the golfers at the course. That should be the next battle stage for Liv, take it around to countries like Australia, Japan etc