Berjaya Group has announced that it will be making contributions to Tabung Harapan Malaysia when users utilize the new Razer Pay cashless payment app. Specifically,the conglomerate will donate RM 10 per transaction for each first utilization of Razer Pay at selected retailers.
Naturally, these retailers are owned by Berjaya itself which include 7-Eleven, Starbucks Coffee, Singer, Cosway, Greyhound Café, Wendy’s, Kenny Rogers Roasters, and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts.
Berjaya will continue making the contribution to Tabung Harapan Malaysia based on the mechanism above until the 30 August or once the donation has reached RM 5 million, whichever earlier. Users can follow the progress of the fundraising through a dedicated section on the Razer Pay app itself.
It is quite interesting to see that Razer continue to work closely with Berjaya even though the genesis of Razer Pay was due to Razer’s acquisition of MOL Global which previously has Berjaya’s founder, Vincent Tan as its major shareholder. Given the reach that Berjaya has in the market though, this partnership is certainly quite valuable for Razer.