Chinese Billionaire games tycoon

Chinese Billionaire games tycoon, 39, dies after  being poisoned ‘by a co-worker following fights among his company’s executives’

A Chinese tycoon who died on Christmas Day was poisoned, Shanghai police say.
Lin Qi, 39, was the chairman and chief executive of games developer Yoozoo, best known for the Game of Thrones: Winter Is Coming strategy game.
Chinese Billionaire games tycoon
Police in Shanghai say they have detained a suspect in the death by possible poisoning of the billionaire founder of a Chinese video game company that makes films based on the popular science fiction novel “The Three-Body Problem.”
A police statement said a 39-year-old coworker, identified only by the surname Xu, was detained. The statement said the victim was hospitalized Dec. 17 and diagnosed with possible poisoning but gave no other details.
Chinese Billionaire games tycoon
An employee who answered the phone Monday at the Shanghai police press office said there was no additional information to release.
The business magazine Caixin, citing unidentified industry sources, said the suspect is an employee of Yoozoo’s film division and was working on “The Three-Body Problem.”
Chinese Billionaire games tycoon
Yoozoo also is know for its game “Game of Thrones: Winter Is Coming,” based on the popular TV series.