Chinese billionaire Lin Qi, creator of Game of Thrones


According to Shanghai police, China announced the death of Lin Qi, a billionaire founder of the Chinese electronic games company “Yuzu,” after being hospitalized on December 17 from a poison that had been put into a cup of tea by a colleague.

According to a source from his foundation, the China-South Morning Post said that Lin Ki, the 39-year-old founder of the company, went to a hospital in Shanghai for the first time on December 16 after feeling severe pain, and he subsequently underwent treatment, but the time was now. Is too late.

Lin Qi passed away on the day of the celebration of Christmas, causing a shock among his fans and watchers of his toys who wept in front of his office. He left behind a fortune estimated at $ 1.5 billion. At the same time, the value of his company’s shares, “Yuzu,” which he founded in 2009, decreased by 18% as soon as the news of his hospitalization became known, and later declined by a smaller percentage.

Meanwhile, the police in Shanghai have arrested his colleague, who is suspected of killing him. They are investigating him to determine the circumstances of the death of the creator of “Game of Thrones” (Game of Thrones).

Source: “South China Morning Post” + Australian “9 News” group

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