Touch ‘n Go, BAM release badminton-themed NFC cards for Malaysia Open this weekend

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 12 — The badminton Malaysia Open is at the moment being held on the Axiata Area from now till January 15, and to have a good time the event, Contact ‘n Go and the Badminton Affiliation of Malaysia (BAM) have teamed as much as launch a collection of Enhanced NFC playing cards with among the nation’s prime gamers. And also you thought the unique NFC playing cards have been extremely wanted?

The restricted version playing cards (that are being launched “for all BL,” which I can solely assume stands for “badminton lovers” and never one thing else…) characteristic singles participant Ng Tze Yong in addition to doubles groups that embrace world champions Soh Wooi Yik and Aaron Chia, Nur Izzuddin Rumsani and Goh Sze Fei and Pearly Tan and Thinaah Muralitharan.

The nation’s extra recognisable icons, Lee Zii Jia and Goh Liu Ying, are conspicuously lacking from the lineup as they aren’t represented by BAM. The playing cards will go on sale on the Contact ‘n Go cubicles this weekend, January 14 and 15.

Contact ‘n Go can be at the moment promoting a “particular bundle deal” on the occasion, containing the common blue-pink NFC card and an RFID self-fitment equipment. The corporate didn’t reveal the worth of the bundle on its social media, however a remark made just a few hours in the past acknowledged that it’s priced at RM40 (for reference, the NFC card alone retails at RM10, whereas the RFID equipment prices RM35, in order that’s a RM5 saving) and there was nonetheless some inventory remaining on the time.

The corporate has beforehand reminded customers to solely buy its NFC playing cards by official channels like this one. The Enhanced playing cards haven’t solely been the prime goal of scalpers but additionally scams—simply final week, a person was swindled of greater than RM23,000 after he tried to buy 4 playing cards at RM32, or RM8 a bit. — SoyaCincau


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