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Razer to delist in May after getting shareholders' approval to go private

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan4/28/2022 9:56 AM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Razer to delist in May after getting shareholders' approval to go private
The privatisation deal is expected to be completed in May. Razer will then be delisted from the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
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An overwhelming majority of shareholders of Hong Kong Stock Exchange-listed Razer have voted in favour of the company going private.

According to a LinkedIn post by Razer founder and CEO Tan Min-Liang, the privatisation was approved after 94.74% of shareholders voted in favour of the scheme.

“I would like to thank our shareholders for their support of Razer as we expanded our unique gamer-centric ecosystem and market presence in recent years. We look forward to developing our ecosystem of hardware, software and services in our next phase as a private company,” Tan wrote in his post dated April 27.

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