Just a few weeks ago, the gaming community as a whole was shaken by the tragic circumstances around a shooting that occurred during a Madden 19 tournament that took place in Florida. However, EA has stepped in to shed some light and the positivity in the wake of horrible circumstances, with tomorrow’s Jacksonville Tribute Livestream to bring the gaming community together tomorrow evening.
After announcing the livestream last week, EA has given more details on the upcoming Jacksonville Tribute Livestream that will bring together the gaming community after the tragic events that occurred during a Madden 19 tournament in Jacksonville, Florida, where two participants–Taylor Robertson and Elijah Clayton–were killed by an active shooter.
Specifically, EA detailed that the Jacksonville Tribute Livestream will be airing from 5pm-6:30pm ET, and the stream will be available across Twitch, YouTube, Mixer, Facebook, and Twitter from the official Madden accounts on those respective platforms.
In addition to the stream bringing together the gaming community in light of the tragic events at Jacksonville, the stream will feature various personalities from the Madden community, such as Scott Cole, Rico Williams, Adrienne Lawrence, and Dave Grundfeld participating in the stream and playing alongside other community members.
For those that wish to lend their support to the victims of the events at Jacksonville, you can head over to EA’s official GoFundMe page for the Jacksonville Tribute Fund.