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Poison suspected due to death of Yoozoo Games founder LinQi

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Lin Qi, the founder of a billionaire based in China League of Angels Developer Yoozoo Games died a few days after being admitted to the hospital on Christmas.Shanghai police are now dead at 39 Poisoning potentialAccording to the Associated Press.

Known worldwide for microtransaction-based mobile and browser games like League of Angels And Game of Thrones: Winter is Coming, Yoozoo Games was founded in 2009 by Chinese entrepreneur Lin Qi. He led the company as CEO and chairman until his death on Christmas day.The company issued a statement regarding Rin’s hospitalization on December 17th His death was confirmed by Yoozoo on December 26th.

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According to the Associated Press, A 39-year-old man with the surname Xu, one of Lin’s colleagues, was detained in connection with the incident, according to a police statement.

In addition to establishing Yoozoo Games, Lin Qi also owns the rights to the Chinese science fiction novel “The Three-Body Problem” and has signed a contract with Netflix to publish this book. Game of Thrones‘David Benioff and DB Weiss.

https://kotaku.com/poison-suspected-in-death-of-yoozoo-games-founder-lin-q-1845961855

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