Winner of Drone Games "wins" by infecting other drones.

This past weekend, contestants streamed into Groupon’s SF offices for the annual Drone Games. (They were formerly called the Drone Olympics, but apparently received a cease and desist of from the actual Olympic Committee.) In a sign of the brave new world to come in our drone-infested future, James Halliday took first place for a drone that infected other drones and caused them to descend into chaos. This is a bit like winning the 100 meter dash against Usain Bolt by turning the other racers against him. Actually, that’s a great idea.

Above, some of the other contestants.