CNBC article; “Self-Made Billionaire Attributes His Success To One Particular Competitive Trait”, talks about how Min-Liang Tan, an undisputed business icon, having built one of the most recognizable brands in global gaming with a suite of services that continues to grow.
Min-Liang Tan is the CEO of Razer. He was a lawyer before starting a business with his co-founder Robert Krakoff in 2005. However, they didn’t have high dreams as they aimed at growing their gaming company. He is currently the icon of his undeniable business and world-famous gaming brand. The product has a collection of services that continue to grow.
According to Min-Liang, they want to see themselves compete with all the other gamers out there. They compare themselves with companies that offer gaming software and hardware, and payment wallets. Their goal led to the rapid growth of Razer’s flagship product, Boomslang, designed to increase speed and accuracy. The product has led to the development of the competitive spirit of the Tan gamers, which was the basis of his continued driving for 15 years.
Min-Liang Tan is currently working with a bank license and developing a coronavirus relief face mask. At 40 years old, he became Singapore’s youngest self-made billionaire when the company went public in November 2017.
Tan and his partner rarely look back; they always focus on the following things they want. He is currently 42 years old and has talked about a change in Razer’s management style. The application has led the company to fighting criticism. Tan’s business involved fun.
Min-Liang Tan was born in Singapore; though he lives in San Francisco. He studied at the National University of Law School. He was recently elected to the board of the PC Gaming Alliance. He was one of the top 40 players by Kotaku on their ‘Kotaku Power 40’ list. Read this article for additional information.
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