Corsair Gaming Inc. is an American computer peripherals and hardware company founded in 1994 by Andy Paul, Don Lieberman, and John Beekley in Fremont, California. Corsair specializes in the design, production, and distribution of gaming hardware and accessories, such as gaming keyboards, mice, headsets, computer cases, power supplies, and cooling solutions. The company serves customers worldwide and has manufacturing facilities in California, Taiwan, and China.
Corsair has a broad range of products and a strong reputation in the gaming industry for quality and innovation. The company has received several awards for its products, including best gaming mouse, best gaming headset, and best gaming keyboard, among others. Corsair also partners with leading game developers, esports teams, and influencers to develop and promote its products.
In 2020, Corsair went public on the Nasdaq Global Select Market, raising $238 million in its initial public offering (IPO). The company's stock is traded under the ticker symbol "CRSR" and has a market capitalization of approximately $3.5 billion as of April 2023. Corsair's IPO was one of the largest in the gaming industry and highlighted the company's rapid growth and strong financial performance.
Corsair has experienced significant growth in recent years, driven by the expansion of the gaming industry and increasing demand for high-quality gaming hardware and accessories. The company reported net revenue of $2.6 billion in 2020, representing a year-over-year increase of 55%. Corsair's strong financial performance has enabled the company to invest in research and development, expand its product portfolio, and pursue strategic acquisitions, such as its 2020 acquisition of SCUF Gaming, a leading provider of high-performance gaming controllers.