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Paytm First Games lets you win real money while sitting at home: Here’s how one could get started

Paytm First Game

E-commerce firm Paytm is now giving users a great chance to users to earn some real money while they are locked at home during the Covid-19 lockdown. Now, for users who are interested can be a part of this through the company’s Paytm First Games.

As per reports, the rewards can be directly credited to the user’s Paytm wallet or even to the preferred back account. Hence, users can play games like Ludo, Rummy, Tic Tac Toe, Break the Bake, Fantasy Football, Fantasy Cricket as well as other games if you want to earn real money and some real cash.

“The users can also utilize the winning points to buy discount vouchers of the leading brands on the platform,” Paytm said in a statement.

Also, if you are already a member, you can always add money when you tap on the balance icon on the top-right of the home screen and the choose the ‘Add Money’ option.

It is also possible to get the desired amount transferred via the preferred payment mode which includes Paytm Wallet, Net Banking, and Credit/Debit Card.

If you haven’t started with Paytm First Games, here’s what one needs to do:

-Log onto https://paytmfirstgames.com/

-One then needs to enter the mobile number and then click on the “Get App Link SMS” button to get a text message containing the mobile app link.

-The user then needs to click on the link in the SMS in order to start the download and then install the Paytm First Games.

-The user can also scan the QR code on the website in order to get the Paytm First installed. One can also download the app from the Google Play store.

-Now one has to create an account and then log in with the Paytm’s registered mobile number and password.

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