If you’re a video gamer (and this applies to everyone from casual to hardcore), there are a few rules you should always take into account.
- Learn to balance gaming with the other things in life – there are only a few things more pathetic than a 35-year-old man with a beast Madden roster, but no woman since 2002.
- Never let the annoying 10-year-old Asian trolls online interfere with your gaming experiences.
- Lootboxes are evil (((corporate tricks))) designed to turn a free (or almost free) game into a money pit.
And the most important rule:
In gaming tournaments (just like with pretty much everything else), with Jews you lose.
Police have identified the suspect in a mass shooting at an online gaming tournament in Florida that was partially captured on a horrifying livestream.
David Katz, 24, killed himself and two others, and left 11 people injured in the chaotic shooting at the Jacksonville Landing complex in Jacksonville at around 1.34pm on Sunday, police said.
Nine of the non-fatal injuries were gunshot wounds and two were sustained while fleeing the chaos, Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams said.
Williams said that Katz is from Baltimore and had traveled to Jacksonville for the video gaming tournament. His car was seized by police near the scene.
Katz is known to have gone by the gamer monikers ‘Ravenschamp’ and ‘Bread’.
An official close to the investigation said that the gunman killed himself with the semi-auto handgun used in the shooting, which had a laser sight.
Witnesses have said the shooter was a player who had just lost in the tournament.
I’ll go ahead and confess that I’ve gone through a few controllers in my time, but never have I thought of going full IDF on random gamers.
On Sunday night, FBI and ATF agents raided a home linked to the shooter in the upscale Federal Hill neighborhood of South Baltimore.
The shooting broke out during the Madden 19 tournament at the Good Luck Have Fun video game room inside Chicago Pizza, a restaurant inside the shopping complex that sits on the north bank of the St John’s River.
In a livestream of the tournament, one of the players is seen with a dot that appears to be a laser pointer dancing on his chest and neck seconds before shots and screams are heard, and the feed cuts out.
Observe the empty soulless eyes of this creature, and contemplate for just a moment or two that had this one lived another few decades, he’d likely hold more power than every White person you know put together.