I see the problem. Your bot is entered as
If I point a console downloader like 'wget' to this link, it downloads some web page and not the bot. You should no better but to trust your files to MS products which break all possible web standards and serve different content depending on the web accessing clients.
Bottom line, we cannot run your bot because literumble clients cannot download it.
Nothing to do with MS products, just an indirect download link. Dropbox and Google Drive do this as well.
Direct download link: https://qevpmw.dm2304.livefilestore.com/y4mj6ooicv7LFLWmhTf1-ozrosL2kMwHPfHvkZe77l8RQ6WUHPgBUlU3jh5ty3cqIgmjMjT94WgbXlvk7Kf3Wqhuft-mcv8ZhBZ5t5mL662MRNHJfTuEqA9Kx1NPU3_vM9VA9-m6i_MMlswLF6cJZmpYzx0oqrP-YIXlpNzTVRleyRYH4wAA-rvVXwF53qExNPYeRPUfUcAlz51BGUEQfONaA/gh.micro.GrubbmThree_0.9a.jar?download&psid=1
That link broke too. (Apparently OneDrive direct download links are not permanent.) Luckily, Rednaxela's server picked it up.
I will look into that this evening, I switched provider, so my old webspace is gone. It explains why I provided most (or all) of the battles although I have separate installs for robocode and roborumble.