Today was my last day at Razer.

Today was my last day at Razer.

If I went back in time and spoke to 2010 me, he would tell me never in his wildest dreams could he ever imagine ending up working in the video games industry. But here I am, six years on, at the end of an incredible adventure with one of the world’s greatest gaming brands.

Over the years, I’ve had the privilege of contributing to Razer’s ascendancy in so many amazing ways – from copywriting everything (product copy, packaging, website, video scripts, press releases, keynotes), to having a hand in bringing to life some of our most awesome products (mouse bungee, Science of Surfaces, Nabu, Broadcaster, Kraken Pro V2 to name a few), as well as getting to travel all over the world, participating in all sorts of events and being there at ground zero at some of our groundbreaking CES wins.

I’ve had the opportunity to do and grow more than most get to in a lifetime, and shed my fair share of blood, sweat and tears to do it. But I am happy to have given so much, because Razer has allowed me to contribute meaningfully to the world of VIDEO GAMES.

There are some people I must thank. Hilmar, Chris, Min - your leadership, mentorship, and empowerment have allowed me to be the very best that I could be every single day. I am excited to see where you take the business next.

To the rest of the Peripherals team – Kushal, Steve, Mark, Andrew, Elena – you guys are the best family away from home anyone could ask for. Every single day, fighting in the trenches with each of you has been an honor. I will be rooting for you all in whatever you achieve next.

And to everyone else who I’ve worked alongside and have made an impact on me, and there are so many of you, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

As for what I’ll be doing next, I go deeper into the world of video games. I’m nervous and excited in equal turns, but with all that I’ve learned, experienced and grown through in my time at Razer, I’ll make a damn good go at it.

I leave Razer as an employee, but I remain forever, a devotee.


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