Indonesia's popular payment gateway for online games, UniPin, is planning to expand in Southeast Asia by first venturing into the Philippine market. Its goal is to widen the online gaming community in the region through popular games such as Mobile Legends Bang Bang, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), DOTA 2, League of Legends, Battlenet Club, Nexon Karma Koin, and more to come.
UniPin CEO Ashadi Ang with TNC Holdings Inc. CEO Eric Redulfin
To kickstart its vision, UniPin has already made deals with several Philippine partners. Firstly, it has partnered with SM Cyberzone to organize eSports competitions locally. Their collaboration will start with an eSports tournament this June where the victors will be flown to Jakarta to compete in UniPin's eSports Cup for Southeast Asia, which takes place this October. UniPin is also cooperating with other payment channels like 7-Eleven, TNC Cybercafe, Globe, GCash, Smart, Dragon Pay, Bayad Center, SM Department Store, Axiapedia, and BPI.
During the press conference held last Tuesday in Manila, UniPin CEO Ashadi Ang shared that UniPin has already partnered with more than 300 game publishers worldwide and has a total of 10,000 game titles. "This enables us to serve 30 million gaming communities which is in line with our slogan, One for All, All for One," he added.