Get FREE Razer Mamba Chroma for 150,000 zSilver with zVault

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To all gamers who loves earning Rewards and stuff, Razer just launched its Razer zVault during the CES 2017. It is a payment gateway and rewards system of Razer, that servers as an online wallet to pay digital goods or earn virtual currency by either playing video games or just simply logging in their cortex account. Using the coins you can exchange it with FREE stuff in zVault, one of the notable item are the Razer Mamba Chroma which is worth 150,000 zSilver.

The Razer zVault is a virtual currency of Razer that you can use it to pay online for purchasing digital content, some of the popular online store are now accepting zVault like indiegala, gamersgate, smite, paladins, crossfire and lost saga. The zGold is the one you use to pay online which is worth $1 for 100 zGold, the zSilver is use for earning and redeeming rewards.

Right now, you can collect more zSilver by using installing and logging in daily with their Cortex app. Or by using zVault to pay online and earn a stash of zSilver for each transaction. They also have offering FREE 100 zGold and 2000 zSilver for the first 10,000 participants, what you only need to do is just go to, register for an account and verify your application – after that you will get those free starter pack.

So, when you reach 150,000 zSilver you will able to redeem the Razer Mamba Chroma rewards and get it for FREE. Other items that you can also redeem are Razer Kraken 7.1 V2 which is 100,000 zSilver, Razer Firefly for 60,000 zSilver, Razer Nabu for 100,000 zSilver and Razer Mercenary Backpack for 100,000 zSilver.

Are you brave enough to collect these amount of zSilver? Please let us know by leaving a comment down below.

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  • Zubin March 5, 2017 4:56 am

    AFAIK shipping isn’t available on Philippines, right?

  • Brian Garcia June 2, 2017 6:11 am

    when will it be available in philippines? earning zsilver everyday by using razer cortex to boost my games

  • .. June 7, 2017 5:46 pm

    you are correct, if you have a relative in singapore or australia you can ship it there, ask them to sell the item then remit the cash to you. Or sell your voucher


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