'Mass Shooting' Reported at 'Madden 19' Tournament in Florida

Authorities discovered eight bodies in different locations of Quintana Roo.
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A mass shooting has been reported at a video game tournament in Jacksonville, Florida. 

The shooting happened amid a qualifying event for the "Madden 19" tournament at a game bar in the Landing, a marketplace in the downtown area. A livestream of the event captured the sound of gunfire. 

Officials said there are multiple fatalities. 

The suspect was found dead at the scene.

Officials said in a press conference that there are no additional suspects.

"We've got a very large crime scene," said Sheriff Mike Williams, adding that he's asking people to stay away from the area. 

He did not say how many were killed. 

Gov. Rick Scott said he has offered state resources to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.

Further details were not immediately available. 

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