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[Discussion] What are your thoughts on the Garena rebrand to Sea?




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Does the rebrand to “Sea” indicate bigger ambitions for the company? Pitch in with your thoughts below

We earlier reported that Garena has raised new US$550 million funding and has rebranded to Sea. The media release said the company will use majority of funding to expand Shopee in Indonesia, but that doesn’t really require such a big branding change, does it?

Let’s connect the dots. Does Garena want SEA — South East Asia — dominance? What do you think is in store for Garena in the future with this rebrand.

Leave your opinions, ideas, speculations, and reactions at the comments area below.

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