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Razer Announces Its New Southeast Asia Headquarters in One-North Singapore

Published: Dec 24,2018

Razer today announces its plan for a long-term lease of a new location for its Southeast Asia headquarters based in the technology and media hub of Singapore. The Company anticipates moving into the new facility in 2020.

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The strategic location of the new Razer headquarters in Singapore also rides on the growing traction of the Services business across Southeast Asia. Razer has proven out to be the preferred monetization platform for gaming and content companies seeking to expand their global presence especially in the fast-growing Southeast Asia market, as evidenced by the recent Razer Gold partnerships with PUBG MOBILE, Nexon America and Webzen. Along with Razer Silver loyalty rewards system, Razer Gold empowers gamers to get the most out of their games and gaming lifestyle.

Razer Pay, since its launch in Malaysia in July 2018, is now one of the largest offline-to-online digital payments networks in Southeast Asia, with an extensive network of physical acceptance points through retail outlets such as 7-Eleven and Starbucks across Southeast Asia. With Razer Pay Singapore slated to be launched in the first quarter of 2019 and preparations to roll out in other Southeast Asia countries already in place, the new headquarters in Singapore will certainly support the rapidly growing Services business with its access to a strong pool of technology talent.

Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder and CEO said: “We are excited to announce our new home for Razer employees and the community in the region. The move also represents our support for the Singaporean government in its efforts of developing the top location for technological innovation and attracting a strong technology talent pool. This is an exciting time for us as we continue to advance our operations on the back of the robust growth of the esports and gaming markets across the world.”

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