Plot: For everyone in Japan, Digimon is just a profitable market. But for those along the western coast of the United States of America, it was something very real. The digital waste left by the Japanese converged and created a new world. However, for this world to exist, it had to run off of a very real program. This program ended up belonging to a new company in California.
MATRIX was working on a world generating program to be used in the game it had been working on for years. Yggdrasil, the center of all of the digital waste, took hold of the servers set up for the WGP and built the Digital World. The result on MATRIX was that its servers were being taken up by an unknown source, and when they tried wiping the servers, they found themselves locked out of them.
Since then, MATRIX has gotten new servers and the United States' government bought the old ones. Digimon have started showing up, coming out from digital devices that were forced into a connection with the servers. Mostly this was cell phones and computers that Yggdrasil tried removing some old data through, only to accidently transpot Digimon across the lines, so to speak. Needless to say, this was very surprising. The government is working on getting rid of them, trying to figure out how the old servers are connected to them as they believe. For the time being, they have found that the Digimon can be destroyed with energy beams, which the government have implemented in gun technology.
However, this causes the Digimon's data to return to the old servers and Yggdrasil, which is filling up too quickly. Soon it will spill over into other programs around the world. Communication systems will fail, and from there transportation will be stopped. It will be a technological apocalypse, and will bring about deaths in large countries. So Yggdrasil has chosen a few individuals to be Digimon Tamers, to stop the government and cut off the Digital World's connection to the Real World. But will everyone involved survive?