In the 7th Ing Cup (2012/13), Fan Tingyu (b. 1996) beat Park Junghwan (b. 1993) [3-1] and became the youngest Ing Cup winner in history. In the semifinal, Fan defeated Xie He, and Park defeated Lee Chang-ho.
The Ing Cup is sponsored by Ing, Yomiuri Shimbun, the Nihon-Kiin, and Kansai-Kiin, and held every 4 years (and thus often nicknamed Go Olympics). The competition has its own rules and an 8-point komi. The time allotment is 3.5 hours for each player, while players are available to buy an extra 35 minutes for an additional 2-point komi a maximum of three times. The first rounds are knockouts, while the semi-finals and finals are a best-of-3 and best-of-5 respectively.
Past winners and runners-up
|1988/89||Cho Hunhyun||3–2||Nie Weiping||Rin Kaiho||Hideyuki Fujisawa|
|1992/93||Seo Bongsoo||3–2||Otake Hideo||Rui Naiwei||Cho Chikun|
|1996||Yoo Changhyuk||3–1||Yoda Norimoto||Rin Kaiho||Cho Chikun|
|2000/01||Lee Chang-ho||3–1||Chang Hao||Yu Bin||Wang Ming-wan|
|2004/05||Chang Hao||3–1||Choi Cheol-han||Peng Quan||Song Tae-kon|
|2008/09||Choi Cheol-han||3–1||Lee Chang-ho||Liu Xing||Lee Sedol|
|2012/13||Fan Tingyu||3–1||Park Junghwan||Lee Chang-ho||Xie He|
|2016||Tang Weixing||3–2||Lee Sedol||Shi Yue|