Tan Min-Liang, co-founder, CEO and executive director of Razer. The company plans to use a quarter of the proceeds raised to develop new verticals in the gaming and digital entertainment industry, such as mobile devices and audiovisual technology. Photo: Dickson Lee

Li Ka-shing-backed Razer rallies 18pc in Hong Kong trading debut after US$528m IPO

Razer, the US and Singapore-based gaming hardware maker run by Tan Min-Liang, wants to tap the world’s largest games market – China

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Tan Min-Liang, co-founder, CEO and executive director of Razer. The company plans to use a quarter of the proceeds raised to develop new verticals in the gaming and digital entertainment industry, such as mobile devices and audiovisual technology. Photo: Dickson Lee
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