Gaming Device Company Razer’s Founder Min-Liang Tan On Building An Ecosystem For Gamers | Forbes

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Min-Liang Tan gave up a law career in Singapore to start gaming devices company Razer in 2005. The company has acquired a huge global following and sold millions of gaming laptops, mice, fitness bands and tablets. Razers backers include IDG-Accel, Temasek Holdings, Intel and Li Ka-shing’s Horizon Ventures. Following the launch of Razer’s first smartphone, Tan listed the firm in Hong Kong in November 2017, raising $529 million.

Tan expanded Razer in Asia with the acquisition of Malaysian virtual currency firm MOL Global, and tie-ups with SingTel, Lazada and China’s JD.com. At the 2018 Forbes Under 30 Summit Asia in Hong Kong, Tan spoke about his goal of creating a high-quality ecosystem for gamers.

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