Yoozoo chairman Lin Qi died on Christmas after a suspected poisoning from a colleague. The company owns the adaptation rights to the hit science fiction novel The Three-Body Problem, and Lin was listed as a producer for the upcoming Netflix show. Photo: Yoozoo Yoozoo chairman Lin Qi died on Christmas after a suspected poisoning from a colleague. The company owns the adaptation rights to the hit science fiction novel The Three-Body Problem, and Lin was listed as a producer for the upcoming Netflix show. Photo: Yoozoo
Yoozoo chairman Lin Qi died on Christmas after a suspected poisoning from a colleague. The company owns the adaptation rights to the hit science fiction novel The Three-Body Problem, and Lin was listed as a producer for the upcoming Netflix show. Photo: Yoozoo

Video gaming

Investigated, jailed, killed: China’s young gaming tycoons suffered in 2020, as did their companies

  • Three of China’s billionaire gaming executives have faced investigation, criminal conviction and death, adding to the tumult of the country’s gaming industry
  • Lin Qi, an executive producer for Netflix’s The Three-Body Problem, drew international attention when he died on Christmas from a suspected poisoning

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Yoozoo chairman Lin Qi died on Christmas after a suspected poisoning from a colleague. The company owns the adaptation rights to the hit science fiction novel The Three-Body Problem, and Lin was listed as a producer for the upcoming Netflix show. Photo: Yoozoo Yoozoo chairman Lin Qi died on Christmas after a suspected poisoning from a colleague. The company owns the adaptation rights to the hit science fiction novel The Three-Body Problem, and Lin was listed as a producer for the upcoming Netflix show. Photo: Yoozoo
Yoozoo chairman Lin Qi died on Christmas after a suspected poisoning from a colleague. The company owns the adaptation rights to the hit science fiction novel The Three-Body Problem, and Lin was listed as a producer for the upcoming Netflix show. Photo: Yoozoo
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