Singapore – Luxury hotel Fairmont Singapore has partnered with Razer, the global lifestyle brand for gamers, to launch its first gamer-centric suites, creating a premier experience that will appeal to all gamers from amateurs to pros.

The new offering transforms three luxury suites into true gaming havens decked out with Razer’s peripherals, and paired with hospitality touches and amenities, letting guests engage in a range of immersive game genres, as well as explore a host of pampering lifestyle treats within the surrounds of the hotel.

For the Razer Gamer and Streamer Suite, the gaming den is a LAN experience with widescreen monitors and luminescent green LED light strips that will let guests feel like an esports pro about to enter their first-ever tournament. It is fitted with Razer peripherals and hardware, allowing ten players to come together IRL to finesse their games or pit their skills against one another.

Moreover, streamers can take over the streaming booth where they can choose to display graphics on the wall-mounted TVs, or for gaming communities to watch on Twitch while they narrate and commentate on the streams. The booth will be armed with Razer’s latest broadcaster line-up for an optimised streaming experience. 

Meanwhile, in the Razer Console Lounge, gamers can enjoy into the plush sofa and bean bags, jazzed up with the latest Xbox and PlayStation 5 consoles, along with Razer Wolverine V2 Chroma controllers. It also consists of dining and mini bar menus, from a selection of pizzas, burgers, charcuterie, and cheese, as well as assorted snacks and drinks that will be served right to any of the suites to enjoy. Accommodating up to six players, the suite is also perfect for intimate, casual gaming sessions amongst friends and families.

For the Razer Mercury Suite, the room is illuminated with fun, customisable colour-changing light panels that add flair to the 3v3 gaming set-up. This suite is a gamer and streamer’s paradise fitted with the latest Razer technology.

Fairmont Singapore’s luxury gaming suites are available to book now, and will open to the public on 24 May 2022 and will be available until April 2023. Play times are from 9:00 am to 11:00 pm SGT daily.

Marcus Hanna, the managing director of Fairmont Singapore and Swissôtel The Stamford, shared that they are pleased to partner with Razer, one of the most recognised and notable gaming lifestyle brands in the world, to introduce the ultimate gamer-centric experience marrying Fairmont Singapore’s thoughtful hospitality and Razer’s gaming innovation. 

“Building on our success of hosting last year’s ONE Esports Dota 2 Singapore Major, the launch of our luxury gaming suites is set to capture the gaming niche and diverse communities of players in a time when gaming has permeated the mainstream and become a ubiquitous form of fun and entertainment. At the heart of it, it also reflects our continued focus and commitment towards bringing unique experiences that appeal to the different passions and ages,” said Hanna.

Meanwhile, Flo Gutierrez, Razer’s director of global esports, commented that they are thrilled to bring to life a new way for esports enthusiasts to enjoy their best games and build incredible memories with their friends in a unique location like Fairmont Singapore.

“Esports has grown tremendously in popularity, becoming a familiar fixture in mainstream entertainment. And so, we have been working hand in hand with Fairmont Singapore’s team to create three unique suites made to offer phenomenal experiences to whoever enters them for a casual, hardcore, or competitive gaming experience,” said Guttierrez.

Singapore – A new game show is set to stir the masses and will be bridging the gap between gaming and regular television. Launched by, Good Game Asia will feature a star-studded line-up of gaming talent competing for over $200,000 in cash and prizes. The show is helmed by Asia’s Got Talent alum Jonathan Glazier as director and executive producer.

Good Game Asia will be supported by their official media partner ONE Esports and shall be hosted by Singaporean music artist Sezairi and his wife, Syaza Tan. In regard to the feature music, the show will tap their official music partner – independent record label Monstercat. The reality TV show will be set in the luxury hotel Fairmont Singapore.

Raiford Cockfield, CEO of, shared, that gaming is universal and appeals to a broad majority, and wants to show it off while providing gamers with a five-star experience in Fairmont Singapore, the brand’s first luxury hotel in Asia.

He added, “We launched GOOD GAME ASIA to give more opportunities to creators in Asia to become gaming entertainment legends. Our partnerships with ONE Esports and MONSTERCAT will scale and amplify the reach of our show and expose fans with unparalleled access to this first-of-its-kind gaming reality-TV series concept.”

Stephen Dowler, head of Monstercat APAC, commented, “Good Game Asia is right in line with our mission to empower creators around the world. Monstercat has proudly led the charge in making high-quality music available to streamers and gamers alike, allowing them to enhance their content while doing what they love. We are thrilled to be official partners of Good Game Asia, alongside ONE Esports, and look forward to supporting the next generation of talent in Asia.”

Simultaneously, Carlos Alimurung, CEO of ONE Esports, said, “We are excited to be appointed Media Partner for’s newest reality-TV show, Good Game Asia. Our large and loyal fanbase at ONE Esports enjoys how we curate the best gaming and esports content in the world. The show will feature an impressive line-up of celebrities and gaming personalities, who will engage viewers looking for the most compelling content in gaming and esports. We look forward to sharing Good Game Asia with the world.”

Through the partnership, ONE Esports will work with media partners to broadcast the show on their channels weekly while also uploading episodic highlights of the show across its own social media channels and publishing content on

Good Game Asia will air in English on WarnerTV with Korean, Traditional/Simplified Chinese, Thai, Bahasa and Vietnamese subtitles available on and is slated for a June 10, 2022, premiere.