Disney ESPN decided not to transfer a video game competition in progress – one that has the force of arms – on the heels mass shooting last weekend in Texas and Ohio, according to a person familiar with the plans. ESPN will broadcast its planned Aug. 10 delayed a final tournament for Apex Legends, a popular game Battle Royale made by Electronic Arts Inc., the person said, asking not to be identified because the matter is internal. The decision comes in the wake of the shooting, he asked the politicians, including President Donald Trump to say that video games Glorify Violence epidemic could help the country’s recovery. ESPN2 welded segment on three nights in October, according to the person air. It will be this weekend on ESPN digital channels, including the application. The original cover was planned on ABC, ESPN2 and ESPNews. Representative for ESPN and Electronic Arts did not immediately respond to emails seeking comment answer. The delay was reported by eSports journalist Rod Breslau. Stand Up Gaming and eSports executives have been vocal in defense video games in recent days. Many point to studies that have found no correlation between video games and violent attacks. Others said that video games are popular in many countries, which have no crisis of mass shooting. “The entire blame game is a joke,” Andy Miller, co-owner of the Sacramento Kings basketball and franchise games NRG Esports, said on Twitter. blame video games “is ein Blick eines drüben’bewegen however, Blick selbst’Reflexion us. Our leaders are an embarrassment to gun control. Time to get up-generation video game and do something.” The actions of the world’s largest producer Electronic Arts video game, including starts fell this week after Trump’s comments, although Bloomberg intelligence analysts think the industry does not fear the long-term effects. “Your first defense amendment tighter regulation make improbable” analysts Matthew and Matthew Kanterman Schettenhelm said this week in a report. It is also the first time, the game was accused of following mass shootings. Industry representatives have met with the president at the White House in March last year, after the shooting school in Florida, 17 dead left.