Razer will be hosting its first Pokecrawl on 9th August, Singapore’s National Day in celebration of the launch of Pokemon GO in Singapore. The event is an opportunity for Pokemon Go fans (and of course, Razer fans) to come together, meet in real life, and to collaborate and learn from each other.
When: 9th August, 1pm – 3pm
Where: ION Orchard
The devices and software company has also recently developed a third-party location-based chat app for Pokemon Go, called RazerGo.
Here’s the interesting bit. RazerGo started as a passion project among Razer staff who were avid Pokemon GO fans, but was soon released to the public, free-of-charge, once Razer co-founder and CEO, Tan Min-Liang, realised the huge potential and benefits could bring to Pokemon Go fans.
With RazerGo’s location-based chat system, Pokemon Go players are able to discover trainers within a radius as small as their immediate neighbourhood and as large as the entire world. At the Pokecrawl event tomorrow, new RazerGo users can also learn more about using the app.