Give them a bit of time and actually appreciate what they are doing. It's been very long since the last tournament (this is relevant, how?) and some of the matches were absolutely awesome.
Just because you have a "hard time judging who was right and who was wrong" doesn't mean everyone has this similar problem. The admins made a clear mistake. Everyone watching the tournament, including the commentators, noticed it (and knew what should've been done) within seconds.
Generally in tournaments, you decide and inform the teams about the tournament rules beforehand. Then you stick to these rules. If something happens that isn't included in the rules, you think for a second what would be the neutrally and morally correct decision. In this particular situation, the morally correct option was so obvious that even the commentators were amazed by the (wrong) decision of the admins.
If sorting out a situation as simple as this takes over 15 minutes, there's something seriously wrong.
TL;DR Your opinions are cancer to E-sports (E-sports, lol). Stop posting biased opinions. No one wants to read them. Stick to content editing, which you're good at.