UPDATE: 1:17 p.m. Monday
A second person with a Milwaukee connection was shot Sunday during the incident in Jacksonville. Alexander Madunic of Milwaukee says he was shot in the calf during the second round of shots fired.
"I knew I got shot instantly. I just said in my head, I'm like please don't shoot me anymore, please, just stop. I thought I was going to die," he told ABC News.
"I don't want to get shot by a video game like.. get killed over playing Madden. It's not even like it's a war game or anything, it's a sports game."
There is a Bucks connection to the mass shooting in Jacksonville.
The mother of Timothy Anselimo, who goes by the gamer name "oLarry", writing on Twitter her son was shot three times during the video game tournament. She adds the bullets injured his hand, thigh and chest.
Several hours later she posted an update, showing a picture of her son recovering in a hospital with a bandage over his right hand.
God was with these guys today pic.twitter.com/YrWlphteBT
— Sujeil (@olarrysmom) August 27, 2018
The Bucks' Co-Managing Director of Gaming Cayle Drabinsky releasing a statement for the team. "Our thoughts are with Tim and his family after this horrific situation. We are in close contact with his mother and continue to monitor his health.
oLarry was one of six people drafted to represent the Bucks during the recent NBA 2K League.