I was disappointed because I was excited for it, but I know that everyone was trying to do their best to get it up and running again. As someone who has had to do tech work, I know that sometimes bad things happen that you have no control over, and it sucks big time.
It's a learning experience that unfortunately happened at a really bad time, but either way I'm glad you decided to touch on everyone's concerns as well as recognize what needs to be changed. Any other company could say "well screw you guys" and refuse to admit there were some things that could be improved upon next time. Props to the announcers for trying to entertain everyone for every time something went wrong, I sure as hell couldn't come up with content to talk about.
As well, people need to stop solely blaming AF for cheating. Both teams were being suspicious, not just them.