Luo Fei Net Worth

Luo Fei was born on February 14, 1990 in China. Luo Fei is the CEO of Biostime International Holdings, one of China's largest suppliers of infant formula. The company's shares have doubled in the past year, buoying his fortune, even though Biostime was fined $27 million for price fixing by one of its subsidiaries. Other companies reportedly penalized in the investigation into anti-competitive practices included Abbot Laboratories, FrieslandCampina, Fonterra, Mead Johnson Nutrition and Danone. Luo owns over a fourth of Biostime Pharmaceutical, which in turn has a stake in Biostime International. Luo currently serves as the vice chairman of the "Mommy Baby Products Association of Guangdong," according to the company's annual report. He holds an EMBA degree from the China Europe International Business School, or CEIBS, in China. He also has a Master's degree in industrial fermentation and a Bachelor's degree in microbiological engineering from the South China University of Technology.
Luo Fei is a member of Food and Beverage

Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Day February 14, 1990
Birth Place China
Birth Sign Pisces
Status Rest
Hometown Wuhan, Hubei
Role Solo Mid, Semi-Carry
Games Dota Dota 2
Career prize money $602,856.28

💰 Net worth: $1.1 Billion (2022)

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Ferrari started his career at Mr, but he wasn't known at the time. In April 2010 he joined the team ToT. Although the team was very young, they showed admirable performances in many tournaments. During this time, Ferrari got a second-place victory at Intel Extreme Masters Season V Global Challenge and defeating EHOME in ADC in 2010 with team ToT. But because of sponsorship problems the team disbanded. Then Ferrari joined CityHunters but he left the team one month later. Later in 2010 he joined Deity with his teammate LongDD. There he finally made a name with his skills. With the 2nd place in the G-League, World DotA Championship (WDC) 2010 and a 4th place in SMM Grand National Final DotA Tournament 2010, Ferrari was awarded as the best newcomer of 2010.


In 2011 Invictus Gaming bought over the whole CCM line-up. Invictus Gaming includes two team which are iG.Z, the previous CCM, and iG.Y, the members from previous LGD. Ferrari became the solo player of iG.Z. iG.Z participated in WCG China and The International 2011, and underperformed. Subsequently, iG.Z did not meet all sorts of expectations by being defeated in the Round of 8 during WDC. In November 2011, iG decided to combine the two teams,iG.Z and iG.Y, to team Invictus Gaming. The merging proved to be a positive change as iG went undefeated at SMM 2011 to win gold right after it. On the World Tour against DK, 430 gained a lot of fame after managing to achieve a solo kill on rOtk's Broodmother without invisibility detection using only Templar Assassin's splash damage.


In that year, he was the champion of The International 2012 with Invictus Gaming. IG won World Cyber Games 2012. He was evaluated as the best solo player of 2012 by and the best ganker by Liquid's Dota 2 Awards 2012. iG got 4th at The International 2013. After finishing outside of the Top 8 at TI4 and the Top 12 at Ti5, iG have steadily fallen, missing out on The Frankfurt Major due to visa issues and failing to qualify for any Major or LAN throughout 2016. Most recently, the team placed fifth at the TI6 Chinese Qualifiers.