Sea Ltd

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Angry K-Pop fans spur probe into Sea

(June 7): The Philippines has begun an investigation into Sea Ltd. online mall Shopee after fans of K-pop girl group BlackPink complained it mishandled promotions around a meet-and-greet event.

Tencent-backed Sea to raise US$1.35 bil in US share sale

(Mar 6): Sea, operator of Southeast Asia’s biggest gaming platform, has raised US$1.35 billion ($1.83 billion) after increasing the size of a follow-on stock offering.

Startups • Entrepreneurs • Digital economy

A new billionaire emerges from Singapore gaming powerhouse Sea

(March 1): Free Fire is a world unto itself. More than 40 million players log on each day to find weapons and battle it out till one character’s left standing.

Commentary

Sea investors, stick to your (accounting) principles

SINGAPORE (Feb 27): Net-off revenues, employee share compensation, fair value of convertible notes, deferred revenues.

Results

Sea loss widens on investment in Shopee e-commerce platform

(Aug 22): Sea Ltd., operator of Southeast Asia’s biggest gaming platform, posted a wider quarterly loss as it invests in building up e-commerce platform Shopee.

IPO

Rocky waters ahead for Sea as share price drops 3 days in a row after IPO

(Oct 26): Sea shares fell for the third day in a row and dropped below their initial public offering price, a rocky start as a public company for the Singapore games startup.

Update

Sea selling shares at US$15 each in NYSE IPO

(Oct 20): Singapore’s Sea plans has priced its initial public offering of nearly 59 million American depositary shares at US$15 each to raise US$884 million ($1.2 billion), according to a press sta

Tech

Sea isn't all that similar to Tencent after all

(Oct 12): Singapore’s Sea initially modelled itself on Chinese internet colossus Tencent Holdings. and is often called the Tencent of Southeast Asia.

Startups • Entrepreneurs • Digital economy

Garena rebrands as Sea after raising US$550 mil in new funding

(May 8): Garena has rebranded as Sea after Southeast Asia’s most valuable startup secured US$550 million ($772 million) in funds to step up a battle with Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba and other

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