I'm late to the party (I told you guys to give me a week) but I'll address this one.
Aiton and I spent some time redesigning and extending the network at PAPA so that it now reaches the farthest corners of the building. YAY! This was a key issue that's come up in the past, with scorekeepers down where D division was hardly able to get a signal at all.
So, we improved and expanded the physical reach of the network. And then we rate limited the hell out of the public SSID. This was intentionally so that we could dedicate the bandwidth to the private SSID for scorekeepers, and also because it offends me when people watch Netlix on their phones while at PAPA. I'M LOOKING AT YOU, JOSH.
We did realize sometime on Saturday afternoon that we'd only allocated 150 IP addresses to the public side, and that the DHCP wasn't releasing for 24 hours, so whoops! We fixed that just in time to sell the building.
ErinK brought up international players, and we did think about them. That's why we built the little queuing stations at the front of each division. The computers in the cafeteria allowed you to look at the results and standings. And, you know, the wifi wasn't off - which is literally a thing I've had to do in the past - it just wasn't as zippy as anyone would like.