Issuing debit cards is probably the most popular thing on the e-wallet platform. Before this, we have seen some companies have e-wallet platforms, such as RAP, Apple, Samsung. Now, Razer is also following this trend, but they provide more attractive products in terms of design and rewards.
The Razer card created with Visa will be integrated with Razerís existing RazerPay e-wallet service. This is in line with RazerFintech's ambition to build the world's first global youth bank. RazerPay users can register for virtual cards for free. After that, they can choose to upgrade to a standard or advanced physical card. The premium version will have the RazerFintech logo, which will light up every time you shop.
In addition, RazerCard users enjoy a 1% cash return rate when purchasing across categories, while RazerStore and RazerGold have a cash return rate of up to 5%, but there is no minimum expenditure and cash return cap. Through the RazerPay application, there will be a game reward system that allows users to track, calculate and exchange rewards based on tasks and daily transactions. The card will first be launched in Singapore and then provided to other countries that support RazerPay.