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In what seems to be the crossover the year (and 2019 has only just begun), Razer’s upcoming SEA headquarters in Singapore might be Tesla Energy-powered.

This comes after a friendly exchange between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan on Twitter.

Yesterday, Musk had replied a Twitter user who asked why Tesla doesn’t have a presence in Singapore:

Screenshot from Twitter

Following this, Tan joined in the thread, stating that with the opening of Razer’s SEA headquarters in Singapore in 2020, he would be “happy to get a solar/battery outfit there to test/showcase it”.

Musk responded to Tan, stating that he “will connect [Tan] with Tesla Energy“.

He then followed with “Btw, I like your gaming equipment”.

Screenshot from Twitter

Tan returned the kind words, stating that he’s also a “big fan of [Musk’s] work at Tesla”.

Screenshot from Twitter

And of course, Twitter users went crazy:

Screenshot from Twitter
Screenshot from Twitter
Screenshot from Twitter
Screenshot from Twitter

With some stark similarities (their products have a cult following, they’re both known to be very active on social media, and they have a penchant for black shirts), it’s actually a surprise why Musk and Tan hadn’t been acquainted earlier.

It’s still very early into this newly-minted collaboration, but it’ll be interesting to see how (and if) things pan out.

Watch this space for updates.

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