Leading global payments platform expands into next-gen markets
TOKYO, Aug. 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Komozu, Digica’s flagship payment platform, is providing a full suite of payment solutions in Asia for the regional launch of Valve’s Steam Deck and storming the next-gen handheld gaming industry. take from .
Launched by Japan-based Degica in 2016, KOMOJU was the first payment platform Steam launched in Japan and Korea. It was also the first company to launch payments for Shopify, TikTok, and BTS in Japan and thousands of others around the world.
“Komoju’s goal has always been to bring merchants from all over the world to every corner of the globe,” said Jack Momose, CEO of Degica, the creator of the Komozu platform. “Providing multiple payment solutions for Steam Deck customers in Japan, Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan is a great honor as we expand our relationship with Valve and advance our global mission.”
In addition to providing KOMOJU as a payment platform for Steam in Japan and Korea, staff company Degica has worked with dozens of game developers and hardware manufacturers since its inception in 2005.
Last year it spun off its game publishing division into a new, independent company called Comodo. Comodo Plaza (https://komodoplasma.com) provides games and gaming hardware for gamers in Asia and around the world, including the Valve Index VR system. And, as announced yesterday, Komodo will handle the logistics, distribution and support for Valve’s Steam Deck in Asia.
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About Komozu – KOMOJU (an abbreviation of the Japanese expression “購入モジュール”, meaning “purchase module”) was founded by Degica in 2016 and offers customers a global payment platform with over 50 international partners and over 4,500 active merchants. It connects to platforms like Shopify, Wix, WooCommerce, and Magento, giving merchants access to all major payment methods in Asia and beyond, and allows merchants to receive funds in their desired currency while staying in local markets’ native currencies. processes it.
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