Dreamcore marks 5th year with new 10,000 sq ft space: see your custom PC get built and test it

For avid gamers, you would know of Dreamcore as a top-notch place to get custom-built PCs.

The company was started by three Singaporeans — Shaun Tan, Eugene Lim and Kwan Wei Zhong — who all met at an IT show (no surprises there).

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Wei Zhong and Eugene were working for competing companies, and Shaun convinced them to band together to build Dreamcore.

Since its inception in 2016, it has been hitting one milestone after another — from earning 1,000+ five-star reviews, clinching a Top 15 recipient of the Emerging Enterprise Award 2021, achieving more than double year-on-year growth, and a 50 per cent increase in staff headcount.

The team at Dreamcore is now 30-people strong, and as part of its fifth anniversary celebrations, it unveiled today (November 25) its new 10,000 square-feet space as part of its commitment to offer a holistic support experience.

Dubbed Dream Centre, it functions as their expanded office and retail space that comes equipped with concierge and service zones, and a state-of-the-art PC assembly. It also features a dedicated e-sports training facility and an integrated gaming experience centre.

Here’s what to expect when you head down to Dream Centre when they officially open doors to the public on December 1.

The ultimate guided customer experience

Game centre from Dreamcentre
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Walking into Dream Centre is both inviting and exciting — you will first be greeted by a mural that is commissioned by a local artist.

Complete with futuristic indoor trees, sleek chrome finishings, and rows of gaming chairs, you’d never want to leave the Dream Centre. In fact, you don’t have to.

The interactive, experiential gaming centre is where you can try out Dreamcore’s range of products, and you are free to stay as long as you like. They are not just being polite when they say that; Dreamcore wants you to feel at home in their space.

Configuration station at Dreamcore
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Dreamcore truly understands that the world of custom builds, PCs, and even electronics can be intimidating and scary for some. As such, the Dream Centre is equipped with friendly staff who will never try to hard-sell their products to you, and are always ready to ask your questions.

There are three Configuration Stations on-site where you can ask any question that comes to mind. Dreamcore sees this as a separate concierge service that adds to the customer experience.

People may have a certain perception of custom builds — and the challenge is helping them overcome certain barriers around perceived complexity and hassle of it. It can be a smooth and informed process and that’s what we served to deliver.

– Shaun Tan, founder and CEO of Dreamcore

The Dream Factory and a space dedicated to eSports

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The main ethos of Dreamcore is trust. That’s why they opted — in Shaun’s words — “a Din Tai Fung-style” open kitchen concept where you can witness your PC assembly right there and then, if you’re lucky, of course.

It is this transparency, both literally and figuratively, that Dreamcore wants to advocate with this new retail store. This way, you can always be sure of the quality you’re getting and take a peek into the custom PC building world.

Behind the folks assembling your keyboard, there is another round of quality control where the diligent staff of Dreamcore’s backend team are running various checks on your PC.

Dreamcore eSports training space
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Dream Centre is more than a retail space. It is also a dedicated e-sports training room.

One of Dreamcore’s current partners is Paper Rex, who is the only Southeast Asian representative in this year’s Valorant Champions Tour Masters, an international eSports tournament in Berlin.

Where the magic happens

Besides a swanky new retail space with spacious showrooms, Dreamcentre is where all the ‘Dream-makers’ make all the magic happen.

We got to take a look at their “Skunk Room” or the R&D room, where Shaun and another staff ideate and test all the products we see under Dreamcore.

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There is a cosy area for staff to have their lunch that comes equipped with a giant pantry and gaming console for staff to unwind.

It’s a flurry of activity at Dreamcore’s new Dreamcentre, and it only spells all the exciting things they have in store for us.

The public can visit Dream Centre at Precise Tree from December 1. They are open from 11am to 8pm from Monday to Friday, and 11am to 6pm on the weekend.

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