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Gaming demand pushes Razer's revenue up 25%

With 100m users, Singapore company hopes to set up digital banking business

Razer offers products and services ranging from high-performance gaming laptops and software to digital payments.   © Reuters

SINGAPORE -- Singapore-based gaming hardware company Razer said on Wednesday its revenue for the first half of 2020 grew 25% from a year ago to $447 million, as demand surged during the months that the COVID-19 pandemic kept people at home.

Hong Kong-listed Razer, which has developed a loyal following among gaming and esports fans, offers products and services ranging from high-performance gaming laptops and software to digital payments.

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