I would like to know what happens to delayed abilities, or abilities like "until your next turn" when the controller of that spell/ability loses and leaves the game.
For instance, suppose you cast Cruel Entertainment, and then the first controlled player kills you, the second player still will get controled by the first one?
Also the first ability from Liliana, the last hope, which says "+1: Up to one target creature gets -2/-1 until your next turn", will the affected creature restore its power/thoughtness immediatelly after the Liliana controller dies?
Also note this excerpt from this answer:
A delayed triggered ability (DTA) follows the same rules. A DTA is a triggered ability that creates instances of itself on the stack that are also called "triggered abilities".
Is the effect from Cruel Entertainment a delayed ability, or is it just a effect whose effect spans more than the current turn?