Google Play Point Rewards arrives in u.S. after Japan and South Korea

Play Points has been officially opened to users in the U.S., the official Twitter account of Google Play announced Monday. This points reward campaign was previously only available in Japan and South Korea, and after signing up for the program, you will bring you Play Points for every app, movie, book, subscription service or in-app item you purchase.

For more information about Play Point, visit: https://goo.gle/2q16vcZ

Google Play Point Point Rewards arrives in u.S. after Japan and South Korea

According to the points level, the corresponding reward offers can be automatically unlocked, with a total of four levels – Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. Each level slightly increases your point stake (starting with x1 and then increasing to x1.4) and also increases the points you can earn in your monthly special events. The higher the natural level, the more benefits you enjoy, such as Platinum levels that receive “advanced support from senior agents” and gold-grade users receiving “up to 200 bonuses per week”, and so on.

Google Play Point Point Rewards arrives in u.S. after Japan and South Korea

In addition to unlocking new reward levels, your Play points can be redeemed for paid games, in-game buying elements, or Google Play Credit. If you redeem it for Google Play Store cash, you can make a purchase directly on the Play Marketplace.

Google Play Point Point Rewards arrives in u.S. after Japan and South Korea

If you don’t like the idea of spending money on points, Google can meet your needs. There’s a free way to earn points: Install “pick” games and apps that may rotate over time.

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