Min-Liang Tan is a Malaysian businessman and the founder of Razer, which makes hardware for gamers. He founded his company in 2005 and has since grown it to be one of the top companies in its industry. The company’s success led him to become a billionaire by 2011 with an estimated net worth of $1 billion US dollars. Today, he continues to serve as CEO and Chairman for Razer while also being involved in other ventures such as co-founding mobile gaming startup Jala Mobile Sdn Bhd.
Born in Penang, the Razer CEO attended St. Michael’s Institution for secondary school and later enrolled at the University of Singapore where he studied electrical engineering. He also has credits towards an MBA degree from Sydney University.
Razer is based out of San Francisco, California with its main headquarters located in Singapore. The company was founded by Min-Liang Tan in 2005 and has been supplying its products to countries all over the world since. It serves as a computer hardware company, focusing on gaming-related products such as mice, keyboards, and audio accessories. Razer currently employs about 900 workers worldwide with a revenue of around $400 million US dollars.
The company is still going strong under the leadership of Min-Liang Tan and continues to grow in the world of computer gaming.
Tan can be considered a successful businessman who has led Razer into the top ranks among other computers hardware companies such as Logitech and Apple. He was able to do this through his determination, dedication, and experience in the industry which led to him becoming a billionaire by 2011. Tan is one of the few billionaires from Malaysia, and his success story shows that anything is possible if you work hard.
Tan has been listed in Forbes’ list of “The World’s Billionaires” for several years now with an estimated net worth of around $1 billion US dollars. Click here for more information.
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