The gaming store has a vast selection of gaming products including games, consoles, accessories and more.
Amazon Singapore has launched a streamlined platform dedicated to fulfilling all your gaming needs. It was launched on Apr 4.
The platform offers a vast selection of gaming products, including games, consoles, accessories. It also offers Special edition and limited edition products. You can also expect the newest game titles, such as Monster Hunter Rise, as well as upcoming ones like Mortal Shell Enhanced.
Like other video game stores, Amazon Singapore’s dedicated gaming store will also offer pre-orders.
There are some good deals to look out for on the gaming store such as the Razer Viper Ultimate Wireless Mouse, and the Logitech G Pro X Gaming Headset with Blue VO!CE technology.
As part of the launch promotion, you can also get 15 per cent off selected Nintendo Switch game titles when you purchase a Nintendo Switch console.
If you are looking for a Playstation 5 controller (the console only comes with one controller), the gaming store has that at about $97 including delivery. You can also enjoy 15 per cent off selected ‘Playstation Hits’ titles when you buy two or more titles.
For those who prefer Xbox, a Xbox Series S purchase from the store entitles you to 20 per cent off a Robot White Controller.
Amazon Prime Members will be able to get their eligible orders delivered the next day for free too. They can also access Prime Gaming, where they will receive free games and in-game loot monthly.
With limited time deals available, now is the time to satisfy all your gaming needs at the Amazon Gaming Store.
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