Last week, Razer reported having made revenues worth 1.2 billion dollars in 2020, a 48% increment from the previous year. Razer also made some profits, and it even intends to emerge as a carbon-neutral tenable venture in the forthcoming ten years or so. Min-Liang Tan, the chairperson, CEO, and co-establisher has, therefore, seen these big milestones at the helm of this gaming peripheral as it transforms to become the global gamers’ lifestyle brand.
An interview with Tan regarding the year 2020 kicked off with the announcement of using the contractors to manufacture masks in the fight against the pandemic. This seemed an awkward decision by the company focused on the gamers, but a prudent idea depending on the challenges people are facing. Min-Lian Tan claimed that no plans set for 2020 turned out because mask manufacturing Razer designed a beautiful mask for all the gamers. Even though this transition was tough, Razer realized an increase in demand similar to other ventures.
At the end of the year, Razer had about 123 million accounts, a 54% increment from the previous year. Min-Liang Tan anticipates more advancement in 2021 since he believes that many people are taking to gaming and making it a habit. Razer can be perceived as either a fashion, tech, or even a game venture because it prioritizes headsets, mice, and keyboards. Min-Liang Tan also addressed the exciting aspects of the company, and also touched on the effects the pandemic has had on his bossy nature among other issues.
Min-Liang Tan’s Bio
Min-Liang Tan is the Razer CEO and co-initiator. He oversees and guides the development of unique Razer products. Tan is a Singaporean but lives in San Francisco. He attended the Singapore Law College in the National University, and before realizing the gaming enthusiasm, he was an attorney.