- Google is now accepting sign-ups for the Pixel Superfans club.
- Superfans can get early access to Pixel-related info, invites to events, and even swag.
- It is only open to US residents over the age of 18, at least for now.
Back in July, we heard that Google was randomly sending out invitations to join a Pixel-related fan club. Unfortunately, if you didn’t get one of these messages, there was no way to let the company know you wanted to join.
Today, though, Google is accepting open sign-ups for the Pixel Superfans club. As its name suggests, the club is for people who love the Pixel line and want to know as much about it as possible.
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If you get into the Superfans crew, Google promises “you’ll gain access to a Superfans-only Facebook Group and other possible perks like private Q&As and events, opportunities to share ideas with the Google team, limited-edition swag, and more to be announced within the coming months.”
To sign up, all you need to do is give Google your first and last name as well as your email address. Presumably, Google will use this info to determine if you’re a good fit for the Pixel Superfans. We can only assume that would include looking through your phone activation history and seeing how many Pixels you’ve used.
Unfortunately, the selective club is only accepting United States residents over the age of 18, at least for now. You also can’t be a member of the press or work for a government. If you fit these criteria, hit the button below to try and become a Pixel Superfan!