Razer Fintech, the financial technology arm of leading global lifestyle brand for gamers, teamed up with Visa to bring you the prepaid Razer Card. Similar to their light-up computer peripherals, this card also lights up when used for contactless payments. There are three versions: virtual, standard and premium. However, all cards will be able to enjoy cashback features with no capped limit and a gamified rewards system you can access in the free Razer Pay app. Read more for another picture and additional information.
Razer is planning to beta test the card with 1,337 selected users from Singapore until Dec. 31. For the lucky few beta testers that are chosen, they’ll get an increased 10 per cent cashback on RazerStore / Razer Gold purchases, and a host of Card Beta rewards where testers complete tasks, level up and stand to redeem up to $1,468 USD worth of Razer gear as well as free card upgrades.
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We’re excited to launch the Razer Card, the first Razer Visa prepaid product, to expand digital payments access to youth and millennials. Razer cardholders will enjoy a number of benefits including unlimited cashback for online and face-to-face purchases. The Razer Card will also feature contactless payment technology, allowing cardholders to tap to pay for their day-to-day activities such as taking public transportation on buses and trains, buying movie tickets at the cinemas and purchasing a meal at quick-service restaurants,” said Kunal Chatterjee, Visa Country Manager for Singapore & Brunei.