A gunman opened fire at a livestream tournament for the game "Madden NFL 19" in Jacksonville, Florida -- and audio of the first shots were broadcast live.
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office just held a press conference that details the event that only has one suspect identified -- an anonymous while male for now, with no other outstanding suspects on the scene. Jacksonville Landing has been cleared -- and an official body count is still outstanding.
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office confirmed there was an active mass shooting Sunday at Jacksonville Landing -- an outdoor shopping area in downtown -- and warned people to stay away. The tournament was being streamed live on Twitch from the GLHF Game Bar near Chicago Pizza. The opening rounds were captured in the stream.
WARNING ... the audio here is incredibly graphic, as you can hear people screaming in a panic.
Some local outlets are reporting that multiple victims have been shot and at least 4 people were killed -- although police have not confirmed the exact numbers yet. They have, however, confirmed that there are multiple fatalities ... and multiple others have been transported to a hospital.
The JSO just tweeted that one suspect is dead at the scene, but it is unknown if there's a second suspect. They say a thorough search is being conducted now, and SWAT is finding many people hiding out in locked areas throughout Jacksonville Landing. JSO is urging people to stay put and call 911 so police can come and rescue them. According to their Facebook page, all of GHLF's staff is safe and accounted for.