he chief executive officer of Electronic Arts, the game company that publishes the Madden NFL soccer games, says the sport maker can cancel the rest of the Madden Classic qualifying events when a gunman killed 2 players at a happening in city, Florida.
EA chief executive officer Saint Andrew Wilson aforementioned in a very statement discharged late Monday that the corporate determined to cancel the 3 remaining qualifying events "while we have a tendency to run a comprehensive review of safety protocols for competitors and spectators. we are going to work with our partners and our internal groups to determine an even level of security in the slightest degree of our competitive gambling events."
The game competition Sunday at the GLHF Game Bar on the St. Johns watercourse recreation advanced in city was one among four qualifying events for the Madden Classic finals, scheduled for October. 11-13 in urban center. Players vie head-to-head within the realistic NFL game.
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