I count 8 judges. That means 20 in total, and you'd have a chance to throw the dice and win the prizes yourselves!
Seriously, there's the sheer amount of work in playing each game enough in order to be able to assess its quality across all categories; then we had some technical difficulties with at least one game, which was not really the fault of the author, but perhaps some configuration issue; and now it's just the daunting task of collecting all judges' scores and compiling them into a spreadsheet (remember, all this is done by hand in multiple threads to keep track of everything).
When all that is done, then the officiator needs to put it all together into a post, include all games with their source and instructions in usable packages, and write up the final results. It's a huge amount of work, I know -- I did it last time.
All the judges want to make sure everything is done right and above board. We all agree that the quality of all entries is so good, they deserve to be judged fairly and thoroughly, and for their scores to be properly accounted.
It'll take some time, but it'll be for the best. We just ask the participants and the community to please be patient.