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Guy Who Trashed LaFerrari in China Is 27, Owns a Pro League of Legends Team and Other Supercars

More information about the LaFerrari crash that happened the other day is emerging from China. Most of it has absolutely nothing to do with the car, yet sheds light on the profile of the modern hypercar owner.
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According to the latest intel from the People's Republic, the owner of the car, is Qin "King" Fen. He has a whole secret stash of supercars, which includes a white McLaren P1, a one-off Koenigsegg Agera R, a matte black G65 AMG, and many others that are stashed away in a secret garage somewhere in Shanghai. He also owns a jet and even a submarine. Check out his Weibo profile!

The accident happened on the night of April 28, Shanghai Wuzhong exit Central Viaduct. Wet conditions were to blame for the crash, as the 963 horsepower Ferrari is a rear-wheel drive speed machine that's prone to aquaplane.

Besides cars, Qin's other big passion are eSports, which is where things get interesting. If our intel is correct, he is the owner of Team King, one of the biggest professional teams in all of China taking the League of Legends Pro League by storm.

Five Chinese youngsters are currently the biggest eSports earners of all time, with revenues in the region of 1.2 million dollars (€1.1 million). However, all of them play (or played) Dota 2. How much is a good League of Legends player worth? Well, if Korean media reports are to be trusted, about a million dollars. However, top Chinese players only earn about $150,000 (€140,000), and the Koreans seem to be far better at the game.

27-year old Qin is apparently the chairman of Shanghai Fen Rong Investment Company. He never drinks or smokes and loves basketball. In fact, he also owns a basketball team. "King" has been amorously linked to television drama actress and singer Jia Qing. You can check her out as well in the gallery below. We think you guys will agree that this dude is living the dream.

 
 
 
 
 

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