The scam lottery in Singapore will be up for grabs this year.
Barma has already claimed to have won a whopping 5 million lottery tickets.
The company says it will auction the tickets on May 25.
Barma’s CEO and founder, Kamal Pichai, claimed on Twitter that his company is not interested in making money, but is just after making a “great product” and is “looking for a new challenge.”
The scam lottery is currently run by BMG Entertainment.
A total of 5 million tickets will be auctioned, with BMG hoping to raise between $200 million and $250 million for its marketing campaign.
The winning company is also betting on the next round, with a total of 2.3 million tickets.
A spokesperson for BMG confirmed that Barma is in talks with two other companies in Singapore, but declined to reveal the names.
The winning companies’ shares are expected to trade on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSE) on May 31.
Bargain hunters will be able to buy lottery tickets for as little as US$1,000, which can be redeemed in a few hours.