Certain Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME Tournaments will require Duelists to fill out a Registration Form and Deck List in order to participate. You can download and print out these forms here, and fill them out beforehand to take to the Tournament and save some time.
|Apr 6, 2011||KDE Official TRADING CARD GAME Registration Form|
|Apr 6, 2011||KDE Official Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME Deck List|
Tournament Policy documents contain information about what is expected of Duelists and tournament officials at a tournament. These documents will explain how events will run, and what you can and cannot do while you are there. All Duelists and tournament officials are responsible to know this information, so it’s a good idea to read over these documents before heading to an event. Printing a copy to use as a portable reference will also be helpful, and help you get the most out of your tournament experience.
These documents will be updated periodically, so make sure you’ve got the most recent version before heading to your tournament.
|Nov 14, 2013||KDE Official Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME Tournament Policy||Version:|
|Nov 14, 2013||KDE Official TRADING CARD GAME Tournament Policy||Version:|
|Nov 14, 2013||KDE Official Penalty Guidelines||Version:|
Interested in becoming a KDE Judge?Here's the place to start — the Judge Program! By passing certification tests, a judge can evaluate his or her knowledge of the various aspects of judging. All active judges are encouraged to actively pursue Judge Certification.
The winners from the Dragon Duel on both Saturday and Sunday each receive a 2014 Regional Game Mat, a Dragon Duel Medal, a Dragon Duel T-Shirt and an invite to the Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier (in Latin America, they receive a 2014 Regional Game Mat, a Dragon Duel Medal, a 2014 Regional Deck Box and an invite) but on Sunday afternoon, the winner of the Saturday Dragon Duel Duels the Sunday Dragon Duel winner to see who earns the title, Dragon Duel Champion of the YCS and receive a YCS Dragon Duel Championship Trophy!
The Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series tournaments are the largest non-invite tournaments that span 2-days, taking place from Saturday to Sunday. Thousands of Duelists from all over attend these events to compete for exclusive prizes, earn invites to their World Championship Qualifier, and spend the weekend Dueling, trading, and hanging out with hundreds of other Yu-Gi-Oh! fans.
How do you measure up in the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME tournament scene? Find out by checking your COSSY rankings!
If this is your first time visiting this site, or if you are participating for the first time registering your Player ID Card, you will need to register here. Without registering a COSSY ID, you will not be able to participate in some of our events.
COSSY ID Cards are available at Konami's Official Tournament Stores ("OTS").
|TOP RANKED DUELISTS|
New Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG ranking seasons begin every April and with KDE’s COSSY system you can see where you stack up against other top players from around the world. For more information, click here!
Regional Qualifiers are high-level tournaments in which Duelists compete to earn invites to their World Championship Qualifiers, along with exclusive prizes!
|United States & Canada Locations||FAQ's|
|Latin American Locations||FAQ's|
Here, we will post a list of players who have earned an invite to the World Championship Qualifiers. We update this list often as results are received and compiled, so be sure to keep watching for updates!
Central American WCQ - FAQ's
South American WCQ - FAQ's
North American WCQ - FAQ's (coming soon)
|2016 World Championship Qualifier Invite Lists|