UniPin Online Game Voucher from Indonesia strengthens its presence in the Southeast Asian Gaming Market by venturing into the Philippines.
Today the online game market for the Southeast Asian gaming industry is experiencing growth and this has motivated UniPin to a new chapter in its digital journey to move its expansion to the Philippines to cater to the growing online gamers of this region. In particular, the company eyes to provide an eSports platform for the local Philippines gamers to connect with Southeast Asia gaming communities and to support the creation of eSports lifestyle among the young.
To kickstart its Southeast Asian vision, UniPin is partnering with Philippines local partners, such as SM Cyberzone to organize eSport competitions across the Philippines, as well as TNC Philippine Holdings Inc. in the distribution of UniPin Online Game Voucher for the Philippines’ gaming market.
Ashadi Ang, the CEO of UniPin, said: ”There are numerous questions as to why we chose the Philippines as our first milestone to enter the Southeast Asian countries”.
With Philippines’ population of more than 100 million people coupled with the percentages of residents possessing bank accounts at 14%-16%, according to the research conducted by BPS survey (The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas), position Philippines to be the ideal platform to launch UniPin due to many similarities in terms of market trends and gamers characteristics between the Philippines and Indonesia.”
For Ang, “a vision, a dream to merge the gamers experiences in Southeast Asian countries, even though sounds impossible, but with our experiences, commitments and high dedication, we are optimistic to make our dream come true.”
Currently UniPin partners with more than 300 game publishers worldwide and has a total of 10,000 game titles. This enables the company to serve 30 million gaming.
UniPin products include: Mobile Legends Bang Bang, Player Unknown Battleground (PUBG), Dota 2, League of Legends, Battlenet Club, and Nexon Karma Koi.
In its starting debut for the Philippines, UniPin will collaborate with SM Cyberzone by hosting a nationwide eSports tournaments starting in June 2018. The winners of the tournaments will then be flown to Jakarta to compete in UniPin’s eSports Cup for the Southeast Asia, which will take place sometime in October 2018.
To support its presence in the Philippines, UniPin also cooperates with other Philippines local companies to provide payment channels, such as 7-Eleven, Globe, Smart, Dragon Pay, TNC cybercafé, SM Dept / supermarket, Bayad Center, Axiapedia, Globe G-Cash and BPI Bank.