- Google Play Points will be available over the next week
- Truecaller, Ludo King are participating in Google Play Points
- The programme involves four levels based on user spending
Do you own an Android smartphone? What all games do you like to play? Are you satisfied with the offers that Google Play Store has?
We all are fond of playing games from time to time despite having crossed that age long back. It could be because there are still those that never lose their rebellious streak or maybe perhaps, we still have a little child buried deep within us that yearns to come out every once in a while.
There are two operating systems that are found in smartphones of different brands- Android and iOS, and most of us own either one or both models where they have their own significance.
When it comes to choosing games, Android has the Google Play Store while Apple iOS comes with an App Store, where there are a variety of gaming apps and other platforms that come up at regular intervals.
Google Play Store is coming out with a new feature programme called Google Play Points, which is touted to be an initiative to hand out rewards, and is expected to be launched in India in the second week of October 2022, although official confirmation is yet to come out.
The good news is that there is no monthly or recurring fee that you need to join this programme as all you need to do is to tap your profile icon from Google Play Store on your Android smartphone.
There are going to be four different levels in Google Play Points Programme viz. Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum, which are based on the number of points collected by the players where everyone gets numerous perks, conveniences, and prizes, with each new level depending on the tier the player is in.
Google has had long term associations with many game developers and popular applications with India alone having more than 30 players that Google has partnered with, which include the likes of Ludo Star, Ludo King, 8 Ball Pool, Evony: The King’s Return, with Truecaller and Mysa added for good measure.
If any player wants to have his points redeemed, he/she can do it via Google Play Credit while the programme itself is available in more than 28 countries while Google has claimed that it has been used by more than 100 users.
Google Play Points Programme was first launched in Japan in September 2018 in a bid to encourage players to buy stuff through Google Play Store, while US and South Korea had their launches the following year, which allowed Google Play Store to provide a good competition to App Store.’
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