Video game tycoon Game Of Thrones dies of alleged poisoning


Police arrest Yoozoo Games creator Lin Qi’s colleague in China on suspicion of involvement in the death

Shanghai police detained a man in connection with the alleged poisoning death of a wealthy video game business creator. According to his company Yoozoo Games Co, known for the Game of Thrones, the 39-year-old Lin Qi died on Christmas Day, eight days after being hospitalized with “acute symptoms of illness,” according to his company Yoozoo Games Co.: Winter is Coming strategy game and as a producer of an upcoming Netflix adaptation of the science fiction hit The Three-Body Crisis. Shanghai police said that Lin had been poisoned by the hospital. The police said they detained a 39-year-old colleague named Xu from Lin’s family. Until revealing that he had died on Friday, Yoozoo initially said that Lin was healthy and recovering. “The Three-Body Problem”The Three-Body Problem. First published in 2008, they have become globally popular.

Together with Game of Thrones producers David Benioff and DB Weiss, Variety reported, Lin, Yoozoo’s chairman and chief executive, was appointed as a co-producer of the series. According to the Hurun China Rich List, Lin, who founded Yoozoo in 2009, is said to have a net worth of about 6.8 billion yuan (£770 million). On the Chinese social media website Weibo, news of his death has been viewed over 300 million times. Caixin’s media outlet, citing industry sources, said the suspect arrested may be a former Yoozoo director working with the film subsidiary working on The Three-Body Issue. You saw and still believed in beauty through imperfection; faced unkindness and still believed in kindness,”You saw through imperfection and still believed in beauty; faced unkindness and still believed in kindness,” “Together, we will continue to be kind, continue to believe in beauty, and continue to fight against all that is unkind.”


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