After Razer’s IPO in 2017, its co-founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan became one of Singapore’s richest people. (Picture: Thomas Leung/SCMP)

Razer CEO accused of threatening and publicly shaming employees

Former employees tell gaming news site Kotaku that Min-Liang Tan runs the company like a “dictatorship”

Topic |   Gaming
After Razer’s IPO in 2017, its co-founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan became one of Singapore’s richest people. (Picture: Thomas Leung/SCMP)
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