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Professional Player Returns to Madden NFL 19 After Receiving Three Shots in an Attack in 2018

time 05/21/2019


In 2018, several professional eSports players were victims of an unfortunate shooting in Jacksonville, United States. One of them was Timothy Anselimo, a pro-player of the NBA 2K League video game that received three shots during the attack. One of them hit his hand. In recent days, the television network ESPN told the story of the American who recently returned to participate in official tournaments.

In August of last year, a person identified as David Katz (originally from Maryland) was responsible for initiating a shootout in a qualifying tournament for the Madden NFL 19 regional. The result: two dead and eleven wounded, nine of them by bullets.
Among them was Timothy Anselimo (best known in the world of video games as 'oLarry'), who had to perform a reconstruction operation of the thumb.
The legend returns!
For oLarry's fortune, three weeks after leaving Bucks Gaming and during the expansion drafts, the Cavs Legion (the Cleveland Cavalier team) selected him. This was also partly due to the good relationship between Timothy Anselimo and Anthony Muraco, the team manager; and the technical capabilities of the player.
In March of this year, another unfortunate event shook New Zealand and the world. An armed man killed 49 people in a mosque in Christchurch. When this shooting occurred, Timothy Anselimo had to play a friendly in the United States but almost abandoned him. The terrorist attack made the pro-player remember what happened months ago in Jacksonville.
However, he continued. The player, who still has not recovered 100% of his reconstruction operation, continues in the professional league of NBA 2K in the United States. So far this season, the American has played six games, having an average of 5.7 rebounds per game and securing 10 points for his team. What do you think? Share it with us and buy Madden 19 coins from the best site – u7buy! 

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