Google has announced the acquisition of the company Chimney, a company that offers a platform for users to buy and sell a wide range of sweepstakes including cash, cash back, prizes and more.
Chimney users can buy sweepstakes using the Google Play app, and Google said it has partnered with other major app platforms to bring the platform to the Android platform.
It also launched an app for iOS in 2017.
Google’s purchase of Chimney is a sign of Google’s growing interest in sweepstakes, as the search giant’s app market has grown significantly over the past few years.
In 2017, Google was reported to have paid $400 million for a company called Kaggle, which aggregates and analyzes data on millions of users across a wide variety of industries.
Google also announced the purchase of a rival app called MyBits, which lets users bet on real-time sweepstakes through the Android App Store.
The app was launched in March and launched in October, and now has over 30 million users.
Google’s purchase will also include the acquisition, which it announced in April, of a third-party analytics firm called Flurry.