- Google now accepts registration for the Pixel Superfans club.
- Super fans can access Pixel-related information, event invitations, and even stolen goods in advance.
- It is only open to U.S. residents over the age of 18, at least for now.
As early as July, we heard that Google randomly sent out invitations to join Pixel-related fan clubs. Unfortunately, if you do not receive any of these messages, there is no way to let the company know that you want to join.
However, today, Google is accepting open registration Pixel Super Fan ClubAs the name suggests, this club is suitable for people who like the Pixel series and want to know as much as possible about it.
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If you join the Superfans team, Google promises “You will get access to the Superfans-only Facebook group and other possible benefits, such as private Q&A and events, the opportunity to share ideas with the Google team, limited edition swag, etc. Announced within months.”
To register, all you need to do is provide Google with your first and last name and your email address. Presumably, Google will use this information to determine if you are suitable for Pixel Superfans. We can only assume that this includes looking at your phone’s activation history and seeing how many pixels you use.
Unfortunately, selective clubs only accept U.S. residents over the age of 18, at least for now. You also cannot be a member of the press or work for the government. If you meet these criteria, please click the button below to try to become a Pixel super fan!