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- Several prominent gamers and eSports leagues mourned the victims of Sunday’s mass shooting at a Madden tournament in Jacksonville, Florida.
- The shooting occurred during the first event of the Madden eSports season.
- The shooting could prompt a re-evaluation of security measures at the growing number of eSports tournaments.
The gaming community reacted in shock and sadness on Sunday, after a mass shooting at a Florida eSports event left three people dead.
The shooting turned what had been a good-natured season-opening event for a league of passionate Madden football players into the latest scene of carnage resulting from a mass shooting in the US. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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