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Razer begins to team up with game developers for their wearable Nabu smartband

Razer yesterday announced at Gamescom that they’ll be teaming up with companies around the world to integrate services with their wearable Nabu smartband.

The first project as a result of the partnerships is an integration with the Chinese service Timi Run Everyday.

Closer to home, Razer has announced that Australian developer Halfbrick is also working to integrate their products with the wearable.

Other game developers looking into Nabu integration include Wargaming, Techland and Shortbreak Studios.

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