Razer CEO pledges RM10mil for eSports in Malaysia: Budget 2019


Min-Liang Tan, co-founder and CEO of Razer, poses during a news conference ahead of the company's IPO in Hong Kong, China October 31, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

PETALING JAYA: The CEO of Razer, global gaming hardware company, Min-Liang Tan has responded positively on the government’s Budget 2019 announcement to allocate RM10mil towards the development of eSports in Malaysia. 

He replied to a tweet posted by Youth and Sports minister Syed Saddiq on the announcement, saying that he too would like to pledge a RM10mil investment for eSports in Malaysia.

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