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At gamers' paradise! A sneak peek inside the Razer Singapore headquarters

Three AFGC players got a chance to visit the Razer HQ in Singapore, and we tagged along

Santanu Basu @shaanthegame 21 July 2018, 4:08 PM
AFGC country representatives trying out Razer gear at Razer headquarters in Singapore

AFGC country representatives trying out Razer gear at Razer headquarters in Singapore Image: Razer

If you are a gamer, chances are that you have owned, still own, or plan to own a Razer product somewhere down the line. The iconic brand has made itself synonymous with gaming over the years. But have you ever stopped to wonder where the ideas for these cool Razer gaming keyboards, mouses or any other Razer gaming product come from? The answer — from the Razer headquarters situated all over the globe.

Recently, Razer invited three players from the recently-concluded Asian Football Gaming Championship to visit the Razer headquarters in Singapore.

T2 Online got the opportunity to tag along for a stroll through the hallowed halls packed with gaming history. Here's a brief walkthrough with some pictures.

Singapore's Razer headquarters bear the same green and black colour scheme made famous by the brand.

We were greeted by Razer's symbolic three-headed snake logo as soon as we entered. As we moved further, we chanced upon a Razer keyboard. But no, it was not just any regular Razer keyboard. 

Moe Hein Kyaw of Myanmar standing beside the gigantic Razer keyboard

Moe Hein Kyaw of Myanmar standing beside the gigantic Razer keyboard Image: Razer

On display, was the world’s biggest keyboard which was also showcased at the CES 2018. What's more, its totally functional and works as well as any regular Razer keyboard. We even tested it out for good measure on the gaming laptop placed next to it. 

Further down the line, we found a whole row of Razer's past products on display, including the historic Razer Boomslang.

The iconic Razer Bloomslang on display

The iconic Razer Bloomslang on display Image: Razer

The Boomslang was Razer's first-ever professional gaming mouse released way back in1999. And the rest, as they say, is history.

And then, we entered the staff recreation and refreshment area. It looked more like a bustling gaming cafe and we just couldn’t help but sit down for a quick game or two.

The refreshment area looks more like a gaming cafe

The refreshment area looks more like a gaming cafe Image: Razer

Pity, Razer was ultra-secretive about their upcoming products and we couldn't get hold of any juicy bits for you all. As a gamer, it was an experience of a lifetime.

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