Robert Krakoff was a well-known personal, who is the co-founder and former president of gaming hardware company.
In 1999, Robert Krakoff designed the first gaming mouse, the Razer Boomslang, which launched the whole gaming peripheral market, as it also served as the foundation for Razer’s now-extensive mouse collection.
Razer is a well-known and loved computer sport peripheral company, which Robert Krakoff was a co-founder and honorary chairman.
Robert died at the age of 81, as he was born in 1941. He was into fitness as well. Krakoff, along with his wife ran a blog focused on fitness and nutrition tips for seniors.
Robert Krakoff is believed to be suffering from fatal health problems for a long time after being diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, according to exclusive information or sources.
As a result, his health was failing and causing damage to inner body parts, so he was evaluated by medical staff in the hopes of being blessed with more breaths, but unfortunately, the solution didn’t work.
Even though his family had not announced the particular cause of his death, sources indicate that this was the cause of his death. His obituary is yet to be revealed.
In a 2002 Razer Boomslang mouse ad, Krakoff is seen with pro gramer Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel, who struck a historic sponsorship deal with Razer long before the term “esports” was coined.
Krakoff stated on his Facebook page that he would split his time between Jalisco, Mexico, and Peoria, Arizona because he enjoys being “a sunbird and spending six months a year in each home.” May his soul rest in peace.