Recently, Razer has been making news for non-gaming activities during the COVID-19 pandemic. In their latest campaign, #RAZERFORLIFE #FORSINGAPOREANSBYSINGAPOREANS, they are donating 5 million masks to Singapore. Anyone who resides in Singapore can get these masks via the Razer vending machines.
If you did not know, they built a world-class mask-making factory in Singapore without any funding from our Singapore Government after knowing that Singapore lacks masks.
The factory is now up and running and as of today, they have made enough masks to distribute out to Singapore and various countries that needed most on the masks.
On its latest campaign, Min-Liang Tan, the co-founder, CEO, and the face of Razer, mentioned on Facebook that they will place 20 vending machines across Singapore. QR Code will be issued via Razer Pay and with the QR code, you can get a facemask via the vending machine.
Here is a video to show you how it works.
Currently, they are beta testing it and full deployment is expected in June when the extended Circuit Breaker is targeted to end.
If you want to try now, there is one at Waterway Point. The machine location is at Level 1 West Wing, in front of Uniqlo unit.
However, I recommend you to stay at home if you already have enough masks. Do not go out during CB to risk it when we are almost towards the end of it.
If you think you can contribute, go to their campaign page and leave your details there.