Secretlab, an online retailer of gaming and office chairs headquartered in Singapore, has secured an undisclosed sum in funding from Temasek-owned Heliconia Capital Management.

According to a press release, this partnership will help further Secretlab’s R&D initiatives, procurement of supply chain, as well as to attract talents and global partnerships.

Derek Lau, CEO of Heliconia, said: “Having only started in 2014 in Singapore, Secretlab is now a recognised global brand. The company is well known for its high quality, ultra-comfortable gaming seats, top-class customer service and innovative sales and marketing channels. The brand has fuelled Secretlab’s rapid expansion to over 50 countries within a short period of time. Even non-esports fans love their products. We believe the company has significant growth potential.”

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Secretlab was founded in 2014 by former professional gamers Ian Alexander Ang and Alaric Choo. Secretlab claims it sold over 200,000 chairs so far and has a user base beyond just gamers. The company’s Secretlab 2020 Series — created following 3 years’ R&D –features a warranty of up to five years, which also includes a Peel Protection Guarantee for Singaporean users.

Heliconia Capital is an investment firm that focuses on growth-oriented companies. The funds under its management are 1) a direct investment fund which co-invests with other private equity investors, 2) a mezzanine capital fund, and 3) a fund of funds. Heliconia has earlier invested in Razer and ONE Championship.