Will Partin

Variety

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Columnist covering gaming at Variety.

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There was a mass shooting on Sunday at a video game tournament in Jacksonville, Florida. Participants were playing the football game “Madden.”

LA gamer among victims in Sunday's Jacksonville shooting

There was a mass shooting on Sunday at a video game tournament in Jacksonville, Florida. Participants were playing the football game “Madden.”

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