Razer curtails losses in 2018 but analysts feel cash burn may continue

Min-Liang Tan, founder and CEO, Razer. Photo: Razer's Facebook page

Gaming hardware manufacturing company Razer – which listed on the Hong Kong Exchange in 2017 and was one of the earliest unicorns from Southeast Asia to IPO – reported that its net losses narrowed by 41 per cent to $97.91 million, while revenue jumped 37.6 per cent to $712.44 million in FY 2018, largely driven by a near four-fold rise in revenues from the software and services segment.

DEALSTREETASIA digs deeper into the financials to analyse the company’s performance, geographical and segment-wise revenue contributions and FY2019 forecasts.

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