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Fantech (stylized as FANTECH WORLD), is a Indonesian multinational technology company that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, and gaming hardware. Founded by brothers Fandy Pinardy, Ferdy Pinardy, and Firsandy Pinardy, it is headquartered in Jakarta, Indonesia and Guangzhou, China. 
In 2009, Fantech was founded by three brothers, in Indonesia, to provide gaming products to the local market, with the mindset of supporting the development of esports in Indonesia, and was incorporated in China in 2011.
In 2017, Fantech became Indonesia's first gaming peripheral company to launch internationally, by having markets and official distributors in ASEAN, Japan, China, Taiwan, South Korea, the US, and Europe. 
In 2019, Fantech opened a flagship store in Jakarta, Indonesia, and held a Tekken tournament to celebrate the grand opening. The opening was attended by local esports athletes. In this year, Fantech also launched the "Powered by Fantech" campaign to promote the support the operation of Internet cafés in their development of esports in Indonesia. In the same year, Fantech was awarded the "Top Brand for Teens" from Indonesian: Top Brand Award for gaming mice, headsets and keyboard products. 
In 2020, Fantech was awarded the "Top Brand for Teens" by Indonesian: Top Brand Award for gaming keyboards, mouse and headset products.
In 2021, Fantech launched their "Smart Life" brand of products, which focuses on home automation and other Internet of things products. To go alongside these products, Fantech developed the "Smart Life" app for iPhone, Android, and AI speakers. Fantech was also awarded with the "Top Brand for Gen-Z" by Indonesian: Top Brand Award for their products. During this year, Fantech's was covered by Bisnis Indonesia for its growth in their local market during COVID, and to over 70 countries. 
Fantech's products are generally targeted at gamers, and include PC peripherals such as mice, audio devices, keyboards, game pads, mouse pads, and chairs as well as office products.  In addition to the gaming and office product lines that consist of standard peripherals, Fantech's "Smart Life" line focuses on home automation, and other smart products such as AI headphones, smart locks, and controllable RGB home lighting, which is all powered Fantech's application. The "Smart Life" line also encompasses "Life" products, which are standard accessories like USB chargers and cables.
In January 2021, Fantech found itself in the midst of controversy after Filipino Valorant streamer Miko Daime and teammates reportedly commented negatively towards the brand, with statements about the brand being for less fortunate gamers, in response to cheating allegations from October that were later on rejected by Riot Games.  In response to this, Fantech issued an official statement of "Fantech believes that every gamer, regardless of financial capability, deserves the best gaming gear that will combine with skills and talents — that is our brand promise, affordability and quality".
As a result of the controversy, streamer Miko Daime had her sponsorship terminated by AMPLFY for her actions." Afterwards, she apologized to the brand and viewers for the incident that happened.
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