Today, Razer, a well-known brand when it comes to gaming peripherals, laptops and much more recently, mobile phones, are now venturing into e-wallet service market with the helping hand of Berjaya Corporation Berhad. After obtaining MOL a while back, it was a sign that Razer was trying to make everything much more streamlined for gamers worldwide, in particular the SEA region when we are talking about MOL.
Introducing Razer Pay, a smarter, easier and hassle-free pay for you to pay for online and offline purchases. To pay using Razer Pay, simply look for a QR scanner on all Bernama Corporation Berhad merchants, such as: Starbucks, 7-Eleven, Cosway, Wendys, Kenny Rogers and much much more. Once you have the QR code, scan it, enter the amount you need to pay, and you are good to go. As for online payments, services such as zGold MOLPoints, Steam Wallet, Garena, PlayStation, Spotify and more can be paid using Razer Pay. This means that if you can’t use your credit card to top up your Steam account for that precious summer sale, you can do so with the app.
To top-up the app, you can simply do so with cash at 7-Eleven stores by requesting a Razer Pay top-up PIN or participating banks such as Maybank, Public Bank, CIMB and others. Aside from paying, you can also transfer the money to friends or family easily. You can also transfer the money from the app to your bank account as well.
You can download the Razer Pay app from Google Play and App Store. Once you have done so, fire up the app and sign up. You will need your mobile number to register as it will ping a PIN on your number. Once you have done so, you are good to go. To celebrate the launch of the app, every new user in Malaysia will receive a bonus of RM10 to be used. This sign up incentive will end on the 30th of September 2018. When you use the app to pay, no matter the amount, Berjaya Corporation will donate RM10 with each first use to Tabung Harapan Malaysia.
So what are you waiting for? All you have to do is download and sign up and you will be helping the country! Berjaya has pledged to donate up to a whopping RM5 Million to the fund, and you wouldn’t even need to spend a cent (if you wish).