7-Eleven Malaysia expands its in-store services with MOL
InComm announces partnership with MOL in Southeast Asia
DYMM Sultan Ibrahim of Johor acquires substantial stake in MOL
MOL Launches MOLPoints Online Game and Digital Goods Payment Platform
in North America & Latin America
MOL Partners with Blizzard Entertainment
Friendster signs exclusive partnership agreement with Kakao to promote the KakaoTalk mobile platform in Malaysia
MOL Indonesia Forms Strategic Partnership with Alfamart and Alfamidi
MOL AccessPortal Sdn. Bhd. entered into a joint venture agreement with pioneering Vietnamese e-commerce group, PeaceSoft Solutions Corporation to acquire a 50% stake in NganLuong Joint Stock Company (NganLuong), PeaceSoft’s online payments unit.
MOL Indonesia acquires 100% of AyoPay, Indonesia’s leading payment service provider specialised in online game credit.
MOL takes majority stake in Turkey’s Game Sultan and PaytoGo.
MOL AccessPortal Sdn. Bhd. takes majority stake in Rixty Inc., giving it a presence in US & Brazil.
Signs joint venture agreement with Soft Space Int. Sdn. Bhd. to establish MOLCube Sdn. Bhd. to promote cashless transaction using mobile phone.
Establishes MOL Australia and New Zealand through a majority investment in Ocash Pty Ltd (Ocash), a local payment service provider specialised in online game credit.
Malaysian Electronic Clearing Corporation Sdn. Bhd. (MyClear), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bank Negara Malaysia, appointed MOLPay Sdn. Bhd., a subsidiary of the MOL Global Group as its official online merchant acquirer for MyClear’s Financial Process Exchange (FPX) and Direct Debit services.
Friendster officially announces its redesign as Southeast Asia’s social discovery and gaming platform.
Establishes MOL Indonesia to roll-out services in Indonesia.
MOL acquires NetBuilder (NBePay) to form MOLPay, a joint venture with NetBuilder to enter into the e-commerce and group buying payments industry.
MOL Thailand acquires 100% of Zest Interactive, Thailand’s leading online games distributor.
MOL acquires 100% of LoadCentral, Philippines’ leading prepaid payment platform.
Passes the USD 150 million mark in yearly revenues.
MOL acquires 100% of Friendster Inc.
Establishes MOL Thailand by acquiring Funloader, Thailand’s premier online gaming distribution company.
Passes the USD 100 million mark in yearly revenues.
Establishes MOL Singapore to roll-out services in Singapore.
MOL AccessPortal was privatised by Tan Sri Vincent Tan, Founder of Berjaya Corporation due to regional expansion strategy.
MOL AccessPortal was listed on the MESDAQ Market of the Malaysian Stock Exchange.
Obtained approval from Central Bank of Malaysia as an e-Money operator.
MOL was founded.