digifest to finish online
The digifest organisation has announced that the remainder of the Counter-Strike tournament will be played online.
The decision was reportedly made after one player from RESET started installing several programs in a row on his computer, which crashed as a result.
Due to the lack of spare computers and the fact that the foreign teams attending the event have to return home, the CS competition has been put on hold.
On the first day, technical issues caused the tournament to start several hours after the planned time, with the organisation surprisingly changing the Lower Bracket matches to Max Round 10 to try to gain some ground.
Power Gaming were already in the Grand Final after beating fellow countrymen Online Kingdom in the Upper Final.
There are still seven matches left to be played in the Lower Bracket before the second finalist can be found.
The tournament also faced criticism after failing to flip the order of the teams that come from the Upper Bracket into the Lower Bracket every two rounds, which is a common standard in every event.