Financial wing of Razer launches Credit Card that lights up during a transaction

Razer is not only well known for cool and popular computer peripherals but also for some sensible uncommon and unusual products. After launching its line of gaming chewing gums, it has gone on to launch “Razer Card”. These Razer Cards come with an inbuilt light-up Razer logo. The product is announced by the financial wing of Razer Inc., Razer Fintech.

Earlier this week, they have officially announced the launch of its new digital payment solution. The company has joined hands with none other than Visa itself to develop its digital prepaid service and the light-up credit card.

Lee Li Meng, the CEO of Razer Fintech said “Right from the start, we have been very excited about our collaboration with Visa to transform the digital payments experience globally. A lot of time and effort has gone into developing and perfecting this product, which is truly going to value-add significantly to the lifestyle of our users”.

Financial wing of Razer launches Credit Card that lights up during a transaction
Razer Credit Card

According to the company, initially, users will be able to sign up for a virtual “Razer Card” at no extra cost in order to use it via “Razer Pay” and later on, they will be allowed to upgrade it to a Standard or Premium physical card. The company revealed that there won’t be any inbuilt light-up Razer logo on the Standard version. That feature will be available only for Premium edition cards. In the Premium card, this green LED logo will light up every time a user uses the card for a transaction.

The company said that its reward system is completely unique, unlike any other existing loyalty programs. According to the company, all the card users will be able to enjoy cashback features all year long along with an in-app “gamified rewards system”.

Apart from this, Razer cardholders will be able to make payments to as many as 61 million Visa merchant locations around the world. This Razor card supports contactless payment technology allowing users to tap to pay for their day to day activities.

As of now, the company is bringing the prepaid digital payment service only to Singapore and there is no news about any plans of expansion to other countries. Just to let you know, Razer credit card will only be made available to the first 1337 people who sign up for it.