Nevertheless I do not have a positive feedback from the ones organized for gladiabots so far. People are either uninterested (not playing/not reporting results), or problems in real life prevents them playing (that is totally normal), or people think it can be managed better (that depends on the experience of the ones making the remark) or people are annoyed by the format (that's legit too, although I organize only some formats). In short, as youtube and reddit likes shows, it very unlikely to make everyone happy. I know this, but it is also frustrating always to explain/keep some choices.
Managing a tournament is not a democratic activity (that is, your objection may not count). Some people fail to recognize this.
So since it is a drain on my nerves to manage them. I won't organize any more tournaments for some time (can be 2 weeks, can be 2 years).
Of course I hope someone else will do them.
Instead I hope to use the save of time and nerves to fix the unavoidable tournaments. Those are easier to manage when the code works.