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Yaofei Feng met his future business partner Randy Wu online in 2013, via the popular multiplayer game Dota 2.

But after playing together for nearly a year, Wu, then a Simon Fraser University undergraduate, withdrew. Feng, then a software engineer in Amazon’s Seattle office, asked why he quit.

“He mentioned he started a business,” Feng told The Logic.

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