We caught up with Na´Vi manager Igor "Caff" Sidorenko following his side's 2-1 victory against BX3 and asked him about the default map loss to the Norwegians.
Na´Vi's fans woke up to the news that the team were one map down against BX3 after arriving late at Øksnehallen, the exhibition centre where Copenhagen Games is taking place.
Contacted by HLTV.org, the Ukrainian team stressed that they did nothing wrong and blamed miscommunication with the tournament admins for the incident.
"We read on the website that the matches started at 10:00, so I was here at 9 or even earlier, actually, and there was no one here, except a few guys at the reception," Sidorenko told HLTV.org.
"I asked them about what we should do because we had to get our rented computers and to register, and no one knew anything about this. They said: 'Come here at 10 and we will figure something out', so we thought that there were some delays and got here at 10 sharp.
"We registered and when we got to our computers, the admin said that we had five minutes to start playing or we would get a default loss. But we could not start in five minutes because one of our rented computers was broken.
"Even if we had got here on time, we would not have started at 10. The admins switched computers but it took them like 30 minutes to do so. We think it is unfair, we did not sleep in or something like this, we were here when they told us to be."
Na´Vi eventually managed to turn the tie around, winning the other two maps with ease as they moved to the top of Group B, level on points with fnatic.
But the victory over the Norwegian team did little in the way of pleasing Sidorenko, who revealed he considered sending his troops home if the default loss was not overturned.
"We thought about talking to the admins because we think we are right and that if the map default was not overturned, we should leave the tournament," he added.
"But the players did not want it because they came here to play and to win."
Na´Vi will tackle Epsilon in their second match at Copenhagen Games before tackling fnatic in their final group contest.