Razer announced that it is working with NETS to enable Razer Pay acceptance on NETS unified POS terminals, with the goal of enabling full interoperability by the time Razer Pay launches in Singapore in Q1 2019.
Convenience to Spend
In addition to NETS, major household brands such as Reebonz, Sistic, SP Group, and WTS Travel are also working with Razer Pay in various capacities in the lead-up to its Singapore launch. These discussions may include Razer’s expertise in both in-store offline purchases, as well as online payment.
For example, Razer is working with SP Group to integrate payment directly within the Razer Pay app – no scanning of QR code necessary. In this way, you can experience unprecedented convenience and ease of payment for your utility bills. Similarly, you’ll also be able to pay Sistic for tickets to the next blockbuster musical act or K-pop concert entirely within the Razer Pay app.
Razer Pay users in Singapore will also enjoy existing gaming and digital entertainment offerings, such as Steam Wallet codes, Blizzard balance PINs, and Sony PlayStation PINs.