Following the a number of mass shootings that occurred over the August Three weekend, well-established sports activities channel ESPN has pulled an upcoming Apex Legends match from its time slot. In response to an electronic mail despatched out by ABC, the EXP Invitational Apex Legends at X Video games match will now not broadcast on the tv community.

Esports journalist Rod Breslau broke the information on Twitter, saying the match “that was scheduled for this weekend” has been pulled. The EXP Invinitational Apex Legends at X Video games was initially scheduled to air on Sunday, August 11 from Three-Four PM PT / Four-5 PM ET, however will now get replaced by E:60 – Endlessly Broncos. ABC wrote that the choice was made “out of respect for the victims and all these impacted by the current shootings.” Breslau reported that the match will air at a later date and confirmed that it may be considered on ESPN’s esports YouTube channel.

ESPN and ABC has made the choice to not air the TV broadcast of the XGames Apex Legends EXP Invitational that was scheduled for this weekend, in response to the current mass shootings, in keeping with an ABC Affiliate TV station supply pic.twitter.com/6BMwdbk93t

 Rod Breslau (@Slasher) August eight, 2019

ESPN2 will air the match “on three nights in October,” in keeping with Bloomberg’s unidentified supply acquainted with the matter. Although now not airing throughout its tv networks–including ABC and ESPNews–Bloomberg stories that the match will nonetheless stream this weekend on ESPN’s digital channels and the ESPN app.

Earlier this week, President Donald Trump mentioned “the grotesque and grisly video video games that at the moment are commonplace” are why mass shootings have gotten normalized. Take-Two Interactive’s CEO responded, calling the President’s feedback “disrespectful and irresponsible.” The Leisure Software program Affiliation (the group behind E3) refuted the President’s assertion, saying “quite a few scientific research have established that there isn’t any causal connection between video video games and violence.”

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