Razer’s Min-Liang Tan Interview

Written by Chad

October 30, 2013

Razer Interview

Originally posted at: http://criticalindex.com/critical-eye-razers-min-liang-tan-interview

 

We had a chance to interview Min-Liang Tan, the Chief Executive Officer of Razer during his visit to the Philippines for the Pinoy Gaming Festival 2013, he managed to tell us more about the humble beginnings of Razer, their support on eSports Athletes, how they develop their products; from concept designs up to QA testing up to his decision to support the earthquake victims in Central Visayas.

To give you a rundown about Razer, it was founded last 1998 which was founded by Min and Robert ‘Razerguy’ Krakoff where they focused on developing hi-end gaming peripherals for PC gamers,thus having the slogan “For Gamers, By Gamers”.

 

Our resident writer Shin had the opportunity to talk with Min on this 15-minute interview.

 

 

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