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Min-Liang Tan is the founder of several successful brands, including Razer and Red Bull. What many people don’t know about him though, is that he was born in Malaysia. By age 18, he had already created his first business venture – an online game company called Shanda Games.

After graduating from college with a degree in engineering, Min-Liang moved to California where he worked for Intel as a product engineer until 2006 when he started his next project, one which would eventually lead to success: founding Razer Incorporated.

Min-Liang Tan is a Malaysian entrepreneur. He is the co-founder and CEO of Razer, a global gaming hardware manufacturing company that develops products such as laptops, tablets, headsets, and consoles. Tan also founded Red Bull Min-I-Drink in 2004 but sold it to its employees in 2013. According to Forbes, Tan has a net worth of US$1.5 billion as of March 2016.

Tan is a Malaysian entrepreneur and founder of Razer Incorporated, a U.S.-based maker of high-end computer hardware products marketed to gamers. Through his company, Tan is a pioneer in the computer gaming industry, particularly for developing the concept of “e-sport” (organized, multiplayer video game competitions).

Min-Liang Tan was born in Singapore and grew up in Malaysia. Tan’s father is Chinese Malaysian and his mother is English; he describes himself as having been a “scrawny kid” sitting at the back of the class; he hadn’t taken school seriously until his father told him to. Tan attended high school at The Alice Smith School, Kuala Lumpur, and went on to study computer engineering at the University of Singapore (NUS).

Tan moved to California in 2000. After working as a product engineer for Intel, he became a product manager for Microsoft’s gaming division before co-founding his own company Razer Incorporated in 2005. His company created the Razer Blade, an ultrathin gaming laptop that was featured at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). A few months later, Tan’s firm designed and released a tablet aimed towards hardcore gamers called the Razer Edge Pro. Read this article for additional information.


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