Peripherals specialist Razer is reportedly eying up an initial public offering that would value the firm at $5bn.
That’s according to Bloomberg Technology, which reports that Razer is aiming to be listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange around October, with the company seeking a valuation of $3bn to $3bn.
This isn’t the first time that Razer has considered an IPO, either. The firm considered a US initial public offering back in 2014, Bloomberg reports, with te company being valued at $1.5bn at the time.
Furthermore, Bloomberg Tech reports that people familiar with the matter sare saying that Razer is developing a mobile device designed for hardcore gamers. There are no other details than that right now.