VA resident who brought esports events to DMV dies at 32


Ray Bulaclac used the game as a way to bring people together.

He died aged 32 on August 19 at his home in Herndon, says his obituary.

The Virginia native was never away from home for too long, spending his early years at Western Branch High School and George Mason University, according to the obituary.

Bulaclac, nicknamed “Babycakes,” founded the organization, DC Esports, which brought together passionate e-gamers in the metropolitan area, the obituary states.

“In his spare time, he loved getting his friends together at concerts, restaurants, and any next exciting event on the calendar. Ray enhanced every event and gathering with his great sense of humor and loving personality.”

He is survived by his fiancé, parents and brothers, extended family and so many friends, according to his obituary.

Although his funeral has passed, the family invites those who cared for Bulaclac to donate in his honor to two charities, listed on the obituary, which represent his interests in sports and games, the obituary said. .

Click here for Ray Bulaclac’s full obituary.

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