Mana Interactive Inc., a financial technology company serving gamers, announced it is partnering with Visa, a world leader in digital payments, to expand the global transactional network and cardholder benefits and rewards for Mana, the debit card and rewards program for gamers.
Mana is a checking account and debit card for people who enjoy playing video games and want to get rewarded for doing what they know and love. Mana offers a robust rewards program geared towards gamers who want to earn rewards for the time that they spend in-game and for their everyday purchases.
By partnering with Visa, Mana will be able to expand its Rewards Program and bring additional offers, rewards, and perks. This collaboration supports Mana in offering more benefits to cardholders like budgeting, transactional data, expanded global network, and more. With Visa, Mana cardholders can complete transactions in more than 200 countries and territories. Cardholders can use the Mana card & app for budgeting their recurring payments and keeping their personal budget for gaming and entertainment purchases separate via their Mana account. Having accessible transactional data will empower users to stay in control of their finances and monitor their past transactions. The Mana debit card and rewards program caters to the needs of a gamer so users will be rewarded for playing and paying for gaming needs in a way other cards cannot offer.
“We are proud to be working with Visa, a leader in the digital payments space,” said Joe Zhou, CEO and founder of Mana. “One of our goals at Mana is to provide the best experience to gamers as we empower them in their daily purchases. Visa, with their long history in multinational financial services, has established itself as the global leader in transactional networks and digital payments. This partnership gives more power to Mana cardholders throughout the transactional value process, expands offerings beyond gaming, and introduces even more rewards!”
“It’s exciting to see fintechs like Mana create solutions tailored to the needs of specific communities —like gamers,” said Vanessa Colella, SVP and Global Head of Innovation and Digital Partnerships at Visa. “We’re proud to work with Mana to meet gamers where they are and reward them for in-game experiences and everyday purchases by harnessing the scale and reach of our network.”
There is no cost to sign up for a Mana card and start earning rewards. Users earn points for every purchase and can earn up to five times as many points on gaming & entertainment subscriptions, three times as many points on gaming products in the Mana Shop, and earn monthly points from playing their favorite games, like League of Legends, Valorant, Fortnite, Clash of Clans, Brawl Stars, and Clash Royale.
Mana users can seamlessly redeem their points using the robust, in-app Mana Shop for rewards such as video games, hardware, and gift cards. Use points to unlock video games like Call of Duty, Sniper Ghost Warrior, The Walking Dead, Hitman, and more. Upgrade your setup by using rewards points for hardware from Logitech, V12, and other top brands. Gift cards include Amazon, GameStop, Nintendo, Taco Bell, Chipotle, Best Buy, Xbox, Spotify, Dominos and many other gamer favorites.
Users can upgrade to Mana Pro for an annual fee of $119.95 to access boosted rewards and other perks as well as a high-end metal card. Mana Pro users can earn five times the points on gaming and entertainment subscriptions. To learn about all Mana Pro rewards and perks, read the value breakdown, which includes perks such as FITGMR PRO, Firstblood Premium, and AimLab DLC.