Genshin Impact is now available on UniPin channels

UniPin announces the collaboration with Genshin Impact, to strengthen its market share in Southeast Asia. The collaboration will provide easier top-up access to Genshin Impact’s users, starting this September across 4 countries in the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.

Genshin Impact players can top up their game or purchase in-game items (such as Genesis Crystals) on UniPin’s website and other affiliated channels.

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There will also be a series of special events surrounding the content creation for Genshin Impact via UniPin’s social media channels. It will include fan art creators and illustrators, skill showcases, and Windblume Festival with rewards worth millions UniPin Credits.

Since its release, Genshin Impact has become the most downloaded mobile game in 30 countries. It is also the top-ranking game performer in the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and Indonesia.

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Ashadi Ang as CEO of UniPin announces that the collaboration of Genshin Impact and UniPin made
possible due to both parties’ vision to give the best gaming experience that is widely accessible and fun for all Southeast Asia gamers and fans.

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“UniPin and Genshin Impact uphold the same commitment in developing the gaming scene in Southeast Asia. The increasing popularity of Genshin Impact will be supported by the broad spectrum of UniPin’s services in all Southeast Asian countries. Therefore, we are optimistic to provide the best gaming experience.” said Ashadi Ang.

Following the collaboration, fans can also enjoy content creation on Genshin Impact such as manga and cosplay competitions with fabulous prizes.

Information regarding the collaboration and campaign can be accessed through UniPin’s official social media account and website at is one of the most active tech sites in the Philippines. We enjoy sharing interesting and relevant stories about the latest trends in technology, developments in mobile phones and social media, and modern digital and geek culture.

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