Gaming community honors two dead in Jacksonville mass shooting on social media

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Eli “Trueboy” Clayton and Taylor “SpotMePlzzz” Robertson have been identified on social media as the two gamers killed in the Jacksonville Landing mass shooting.

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and authorities have not yet identified the two men but the gaming community on Twitter and Facebook are honoring the two gamers.

Clayton and Robertson were both competing in the Madden football tournament at Chicago Pizza and the GLHF Game Bar in the Jacksonville Landing.

Clayton, 22, was from Woodland Hills, California and was “consistently one of the best in competitive Madden,” according to the EA Sports website. Clayton was also a frequent face at EA Majors.

Robertson, 27, was from Ballard, West Virginia. EA Sports reports that he was the winner of last season’s Madden Classic and “has the skill to completely take over any Madden tournament.” Twitter user @Slasher reports that he left behind a young son.

There has been a GoFundMe page set up for the two players.

Social media is sending its condolences to the two players:

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