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Friday, 28 January 2011 10:31

Fries to join Razer board

Written by David Stellmack
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Will help chart future course
Ed Fries of Microsoft Xbox fame will be joining the Razer Board of Advisors to help chart the future course of the company.

Fries, who has over 28 years in the video game industry, will use his experience to also offer input on future products. Fries believes that Razer is creating the most advanced gaming technologies in the industry right now and he is looking forward to working with the team at Razer to provide guidance and to develop new growth opportunities.

The addition of Fries appears to be a solid move by Razer. The company continues to grow and have an impact in the gaming market space. Razer will be moving into the console space with their first console offering, which is a controller for the Xbox 360. This will expand the company’s offerings beyond just PC products.


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