Singaporian, Min-Liang Tan, started a business at 13, on video games but faced major doubters. His a Singapore – based company Razer is one of the biggest providers of gaming hardware and software in the world, with a market value of about $1.6 billion.
His success came from getting in on eSports earl, an industry where hardcore gamers compete for money and fans.
Over the years, Razer developed hundreds of produces, starting with mouses for gaming, then laptops, smartphones for gamers.
The Singapore company aims to meet the demands for fast & ultra sensitive products which are essential in eSports events where the tiniest delay can cost a game.