Tan Min-Liang, co-founder and chief executive of Razer, said the company’s impressive growth last year would continue to be sustained. Photo: Thomas Leung Tan Min-Liang, co-founder and chief executive of Razer, said the company’s impressive growth last year would continue to be sustained. Photo: Thomas Leung
Tan Min-Liang, co-founder and chief executive of Razer, said the company’s impressive growth last year would continue to be sustained. Photo: Thomas Leung

Razer expects profits to continue to grow as consumers take to gaming amid pandemic, CEO Tan Min-Liang says

  • Hong Kong-listed Razer posted a maiden net profit of US$800,000 on record revenues of US$1.2 billion for 2020
  • The company, known for its gaming PCs and peripherals, says it expects to see consistent growth moving forward

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Tan Min-Liang, co-founder and chief executive of Razer, said the company’s impressive growth last year would continue to be sustained. Photo: Thomas Leung Tan Min-Liang, co-founder and chief executive of Razer, said the company’s impressive growth last year would continue to be sustained. Photo: Thomas Leung
Tan Min-Liang, co-founder and chief executive of Razer, said the company’s impressive growth last year would continue to be sustained. Photo: Thomas Leung
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