- Jacob Mitich had made it to Round 2 of the Madden NFL 19 tournament in Jacksonville, Fla., and had almost scored a touchdown when the shots rang out.
- At a weekly happy hour held at GAME, a sports bar near M&T Bank Stadium, members of Baltimore's gaming community are disturbed by the mass shooting at a "Madden 19" tournament in Jacksonville, Fla.
- David Katz's history of mental health troubles, from stints at Sheppard Pratt, prescribed anti-psychotic medication, fall below a legal threshold that would have prohibited him from buying a gun in Maryland.
- Taylor Robertson, of Giles, W.Va., was described as a family man dedicated to his wife and children by his fellow gamers.
- Elijah Clayton was remembered by those who knew him as kind, genuine, and managed to make a career out of playing the “Madden NFL” video game at high-level tournaments.
- David Katz, who police said fatally shot two others before killing himself at a Madden tournament in Jacksonville, Fla., had been hospitalized for psychiatric treatment and struggled at the University of Maryland.