Indonesia’s UniPin expands to the Philippines
POSTED BY Ram Ronquillo ON May 15, 2018
UniPin Online Game voucher, Indonesia’s biggest brand in the Indonesian online gaming industry strengthens its presence in the Southeast Asian gaming market by venturing into the Philippines.
UniPin is an online top-up service where gamers can purchase in-game currency or credits for various gaming services.
The growth of the online gaming market motivated the company to start its expansion in the Philippines and begin a new chapter. Their goal is to develop and build the gaming community in the Southeast Asian region, particularly to bring a region esports platform from other players to connect with others in the region.
Mr. Ashadi Ang, CEO of UniPin
“With Philippines’ population of more than 100 million coupled with the percentages of residences possessing bank accounts at 14-16%, according to the research conducted by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), makes the Philippines an ideal platform to launch UniPin due to many similarities in terms of market trends and gamer characteristics between the Philippines and Indonesia,” mentioned Mr. Ashadi Ang, CEO of UniPin.
The company is currently partnered with more than 300 game publishers worldwide and has a total of 10,000 game titles. It includes mobile game titles like Clash of Clans, Clash Royale, Arena of Valor, Mobile Legends Bang Bang, to name a few along with PC games like Dota 2, PLAYERUNKNOWN’S Battlegrounds, League of Legends, etc. Along with this, users can also purchase Steam credits, Google Play Gift, and Battle.net gift cards, among others.
“A vision and a dream to merge the gamers’ experiences in Southeast Asian countries, though it sounds impossible, with our experiences, commitments and high dedication, we are optimistic to make our dream come true,” he added.
To start this vision, they’re partnering with SM Cyberzone to organize esports competitions and TNC Philippine Holdings Inc. as one of the distributors of UniPin Online Game Voucher in the Philippines’ gaming market. The first tournament will be held in June 2018 and the winners of these will be flown to Jakarta, Indonesia to compete in UniPin’s eSports Cup for Southeast Asia which will take place sometime in October 2018.
UniPin has partnered with various local companies to provide a comprehensive payment channel, these include 7-Eleven, Smart, Globe, Dragon Pay, TNC Cybercafe, SM Department Store, SM Supermarket, Bayad Center, BDO, BPI, Bayad Center, and many more.
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