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Clients who sign up to Gai Gai’s services are asked to fill in an even more comprehensive profile, including information as to whether they want children in the future, and even whether they have preferences according to race or religion.
With six million users across Asian markets such as Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam, the dating app is the biggest in the region.
In a nutshell: Paktor’s founders know what Southeast Asians want. In addition to ascertaining age and gender, as well as location, which is what Tinder does so well, Paktor goes further.
Premium features allow Paktor’s Southeast Asian users to filter by country, height, occupation and education. If you don’t like dates who are likely to earn less money than you (it’s not hard to make an educated guess based on education and occupation), their profiles won’t show up on your app.
It’s the darling of singles and funders alike, raising S million (.1 million) in its Series B funding round this year.
How did Paktor get so many Southeast Asians to swipe on its services?