Razer says SEA Games just the first step for growing e-sports in the region

Tan Min-Liang, co-founder, CEO and creative director of gaming hardware company, Razer Inc. Much excitement was generated when Mr Tan announced Razer would match the Malaysian government's RM10 million investment into the country's e-sports.
Tan Min-Liang, co-founder, CEO and creative director of gaming hardware company, Razer Inc. Much excitement was generated when Mr Tan announced Razer would match the Malaysian government's RM10 million investment into the country's e-sports. ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO

What has Razer, the official e-sports partner for the SEA Games, been up to here?

Much excitement was generated in November when its chief executive Tan Min-Liang announced it would match the Malaysian government's RM10 million (S$3.3 million) investment into the country's e-sports.

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