by Intan Abdul
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Betadia Night 2022.

International South Korean Superstar – RAIN returned to Malaysia after five years to perform at Betadia Night joined by Jess Lee and Andrew Tan organized by Betadia Malaysia. The concert kicked off with a captivating LED light show followed by superstar RAIN where he gave the audience his signature energetic performance of some of his most popular songs including the infamous track, ‘Rainism.’ 

International KPOP Superstar – RAIN.

Betadia Malaysia organized the concert as a treat for the Malaysian fans as they announced the upcoming launch of their new cryptocurrency trading service B BOTS – a digital quantitative trading robot equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) technology which automates investors cryptocurrency transactions and save them time while protecting their capital and achieving their investment goals. 

Mr. Timothy Hague, Global Business Communication & Affairs Manager of Betadia, made an appearance during Betadia Night, expressing his excitement on the launch of B BOTS and ensuring the audience that Betadia, as a Digital Insurance Provider, is committed to providing customers with high-quality, reliable, diversified investment plans and providing the most suitable and safe financial protection plan. 

Malaysian songstress – Jess Lee.

Throughout the night, Malaysian songstress Jess Lee took over the stage to bring her powerful vocal ballads by performing a mixture of her hit songs from her latest album followed by Andrew Tan who closed the night’s performance with his most popular tracks and new song that kept the atmosphere high into the night. 

Malaysian singer – Andrew Tan.

Not only were fans thrilled by the performances by the 3 superstars, but prior to the start of Betadia Night, organizer Betadia Malaysia had arranged various activities for fans. On top of the LED lightshow, there was a carnival of activities including a variety of food trucks and all of the fans attending also received a goodie bag from Betadia and stood a chance to win lucky draw prizes a total of RM25,000.

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