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Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier!
Latin America – FAQ

Update: 7/1/2021


IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING
Remote Duel Invitational Qualifiers

  • There will be eight of these one-day virtual events held during the weekend of July 17th – 18th, 2021.
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifiers are INVITE-ONLY events.
    • Duelists earn invites to Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifiers by finishing high enough in the standings at Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Extravaganza Main Event tournaments (held at Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Extravaganzas)
    • You can confirm your invite here:

 

EVENT SCHEDULE

 

Group

Tournament Organizer

Country

Event Date

Start Time

Discord Server

A

Pi Games

Brazil

Sunday, July 18th, 2021

10:00 AM (GMT-3) Time in Itaúna, Minas Gerais, Brazil

https://discord.com/invite/nG26yQV2tU

 

B

CFC Games

Mexico

Saturday, July 17th, 2021

10:00 AM (CST) Time in Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico

https://discord.gg/X8etSNnJvy

C

Aldebaran TCG

Mexico

Saturday, July 17th, 2021

10:00 AM (CST) Time in Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico

https://discord.gg/hcaJfn8

D

Eon Gamers

Mexico

Saturday, July 17th, 2021

10:00 AM (CST) Time in Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico

https://discord.gg/jgbc4k9Nxf

E

TCG Store

Honduras

Sunday, July 18th, 2021

10:00 AM (CST) Time in Tegucigalpa, Honduras

https://discord.com/invite/QjjCur3

F

Carloncho Store

Peru

Sunday, July 18th, 2021

10:00 AM (GMT-5) Time in Lima, Peru

https://discord.gg/76ux3vSkTW

G

Dimagame

Argentina

Sunday, July 18th, 2021

10:00 AM (GMT-3) Time in Buenos Aires, Argentina

https://discord.gg/Vhvp4feJwk

H

Presi’s Corp

Ecuador

Sunday, July 18th, 2021

10:00 AM (GMT-5) Time in Quito, Ecuador

https://discord.gg/VSZzu5d

 

*** Schedules are subject to change and may be updated before the event begins. ***

 

FAQ's

Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier Information

  • What is Remote Duel?
  • What happens at a Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier?
  • How much does it cost to participate in a Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier?
  • How can I register for events at the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier?
  • How do I receive prizing for the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier?
  • What is the Round Format for the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier?
  • What are the Prizes for the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier?
  • Will I need to complete and turn in a Deck List?
  • What Tournament Policy information do I need to know for a Remote Duel Event?
  • What are the Remote Duel Invitationals?
  • How long will each Remote Duel Match last?
  • What happens if I am not done with my Match after the time limit ends?
  • Am I allowed to stream any of my Matches?
  • Who should I contact if I have questions about the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier?

Card Legality

  • What cards are legal for play?
  • Is there a Forbidden List specific to Remote Duel?
  • Can I use OCG cards (cards printed for use in Japan and other Asian territories) in my Deck?
  • Can I use foreign language cards in my Deck?

Miscellaneous

  • I want to judge at the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier instead of competing as a player – how can I participate?
  • Will there be coverage at the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier?

 


Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier Information

Q: What is Remote Duel?
A: Remote Duel is Sanctioned Organized Play hosted in a virtual environment, run on designated Discord Servers. In order to participate, TCG Duelists will need a webcam, smartphone or tablet to display their field to their opponent.

You can find more details on Remote Duel on our website:

  • https://www.yugioh-card.com/en/remoteduel/index.html. 
  • You can also find Remote Duel information in the #instruction channel of the Extravaganza Remote Duel Discord server.
  • Prior to registering for events, you should read the Remote Duel Best Practices guide as it contains information you will need in order to compete in addition to a list of cards Forbidden in Remote Duel only:  https://www.yugioh-card.com/en/downloads/remoteduel/EN_Remote_Duel_Best_Practice_Guide_V_1_2.pdf
  •  You are responsible for a stable internet connection and a working Remote Duel setup in order to participate in a Remote Duel event.
  • If you lose your video feed, have excessively lagging or frozen video, or otherwise disconnect from a Duel in progress, you will receive a Game Loss.
  • Please be mindful of background noise around your Remote Duel setup, so you and your opponent can hear each other clearly.

All Duelists who wish to register for Win-A-Mat events during the Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier will do so by reaching out to the Tournament Organizer directly.

Duelists should review and take note of the Yu-Gi-Oh! Tournament Policy document in order to prepare for events.

Prior to registering for events, Duelists should read the Remote Duel Best Practices guide, which also includes a list of cards Duelists cannot use during Remote Duel events.

Q: What happens at a Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier?
A: A Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier is the last step a Duelist must take to earn an invite for the next Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational, which will be held on September 4th and 5th, 2021.  Hosted by individual Tournament Organizers, Duelists with invites will be eligible to participate in a designated Qualifier.

Q: How much does it cost to participate in a Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier?
A: There is no registration fee to enter a Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier as these events are invite only. Each event will offer Win-A-Mat Public Events which will have a registration fee of 1 booster pack in the country in which the Tournament Organizer is based. All Duelists entering a Win-A-Mat event must receive this amount in commensurate prizing. 

If the Tournament Organizer hosting the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Qualifier for your designated Group is based in a different country from which you live, you are welcome to participate in the Win-A-Mat tournaments as long as you reside in a country that is assigned to that specific Group and the OTS is willing to ship participation and tournament prizing to your county, and that you are aware that getting your prizing can take longer than expected and might be subject to customs fees. Make sure to check with the Tournament Organizer prior to registering.

Invites are not required to participate in these Public Events and are open to anyone.

 

Q: How can I register for events at the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier?
A: Duelists will be required to participate in the event that corresponds to their country of residence.

Duelists should contact the Tournament Organizer of their Qualifier event directly, to inquire about registration and Deck List submission. These Remote Duel events will be conducted using a Discord Server to make it easy for attendees to interact with Event Staff, Judges, and of course, their opponents.

All Invited Duelists who wish to register for their assigned Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier can contact their Tournament Organizer below. 

Group

Countries
In Group

Tournament Organizer

Store Country

Email

Discord Server

A

Brazil

Pi Games

Brazil

Pigamesbetim@gmail.com

https://discord.gg/eJAj6hf

B

Mexico

CFC Games

Mexico

jrodri3@prodigy.net.mx

https://discord.gg/nZSfP6h

C

Mexico

Aldebaran TCG

Mexico

aldebarantcg@gmail.com

https://discord.gg/eagcHae

D

Mexico

Eon Gamers

Mexico

eon.ali@hotmail.com

https://discord.gg/QB2JTHd

E

Costa Rica
El Salvador
Guatemala
Honduras
Nicaragua
Panama

TCG Store

Honduras

tcgstorehn@hotmail.com

https://discord.com/invite/QjjCur3

F

Colombia
Peru
Trinidad
Venezuela

Carloncho Store

Peru

carlos.unmsm@gmail.com

 

https://discord.gg/HpjAfuXy4U

G

Argentina
Chile
Paraguay

Dimagame

Argentina

dimagames@gmail.com

https://discord.gg/Vhvp4feJwk

H

Ecuador
Bolivia

Presi’s Corp

Ecuador

shiva_186@hotmail.com

https://discord.gg/ADeEF4NBPp

Only Duelists residing in Latin America will be allowed to participate in the Public Events held at the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifiers and will be required to do so at the event that corresponds to their Group.

Duelists from North America and Europe will participate in the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier events happening in their specific Region.
Please visit the link below for more information on a Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier event in your Region.

Region

URL

North America

https://www.yugioh-card.com/en/remoteduel/invitational/rdiq_FAQs.html

Q: How do I receive prizing for events held at the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier?
A: All prizing will be shipped out to each Duelist who has earned prizing, starting approximately three weeks after the event has concluded. This also applies to participation prizing.

Duelists who are local to the Tournament Organizer hosting the event they attend may be able to coordinate curbside pickup of their prizing by contacting the Tournament Organizer. Prizing will not be available for curbside pickup until approximately two weeks post event. Please contact the TO of your Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier to inquire about curbside pickup of any prizing after your event concludes.

Duelists who finish high enough to earn an invite to the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational will be required to complete an invite form in order to be eligible to participate in that event.

Q: What is the Round Format for the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier?
A: All Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifiers are Tier 2 events, conducted as Remote Duel, Advanced Format, Constructed Deck, Swiss round events. The Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifiers will play Swiss Rounds, with a Playoff Top Cut (if applicable), with prizes awarded at the end of the final round played. If sixteen (16) or less Duelists participate in the event, prizes are awarded after the final Round of Swiss. The format details provided here supersede any tournament details found in other official KDE-US policy documents.

Number of Participants*

Number of Swiss Rounds

Playoff Top Cut

4-8 Duelists

3 Rounds

None

9-16 Duelists

4 Rounds

None

17-32 Duelists

5 Rounds

Top 8

33-64 Duelists

6 Rounds

Top 8

65-128 Duelists

7 Rounds

Top 8

*The Number of Participants is based on how many total participants are enrolled in the tournament once Registration closes. All Duelists added to the event after registration closes should not affect the number of Swiss Rounds. Playoff Top Cut is based on the total number of participants, including late entries.

Examples

After registration closes, 63 Duelists have registered for the tournament. This means that the tournament will have 6 Rounds of Swiss, followed by a Top 8 Playoff cut. Two Duelists register late, beginning the tournament with a Round 1 Match Loss. Even though this brings the attendance total to 65, only 6 Rounds of Swiss are played.

After registration closes, 15 Duelists have registered for the tournament. This means that the tournament will have 4 Rounds of Swiss, followed by no Playoff Top Cut. Two Duelists register late, beginning the tournament with a Round 1 Match Loss. Even though this brings the attendance total to 17, the number of Swiss Rounds would not change, but the Playoff Top Cut would change from none to Top 8.

Q: What are the Prizes for the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier?
A:

Place

Prizes

1st

Nintendo Switch™, Custom YCS Switch Case
Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution 
Invite to the next Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational
OTS Blue-Eyes White Dragon Field Center
Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier Game Mat

2nd

24 Booster Packs of Lightning Overdrive
Invite to the next Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational
OTS Blue-Eyes White Dragon Field Center
Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier Game Mat

3rd – 4th

12 Booster Packs of Lightning Overdrive
OTS Blue-Eyes White Dragon Field Center
Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier Game Mat

5th – 8th

6 Booster Packs of Lightning Overdrive
OTS Blue-Eyes White Dragon Field Center
Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier Game Mat

9th – 16th

Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier Game Mat

Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier Game Mat

Win-A-Mat Game Mat

Q: Will I need to complete and turn in a Deck List?
A: Yes, all participating Duelists will be required to submit a Deck List when registering for the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier.

Participating Duelists will need to email the Tournament Organizer hosting their event to verify how to submit a Deck List for their event.

Make sure your name and CARD GAME ID are on your Deck List.

Make sure your Deck List exactly matches your Deck.

Q: What Tournament Policy information do I need to know for a Remote Duel Event?
A: Duelists are responsible to know the information contained in KDE-US Official Tournament Policy documents, which can be found here:  https://www.yugioh-card.com/en/events/organizedplay.html
Until we have a Remote Duel Policy addendum, we will use the following Infractions/Penalties for common issues in Remote Duels.

Infraction

Penalty

Disconnection

If a Duelist gets disconnected from the video channel during a Duel, they will receive a Game Loss. This is a Procedural Error – Major infraction.

Frozen Video

If a Duelist’s video feed becomes disrupted or frozen during a Duel, they will receive a Game Loss. This is a Procedural Error – Major infraction. This is not the same as a temporary lag, please use the Pause/Play card or some other method to indicate lag.

Streaming during a Match (for events prohibiting streaming)

If a Duelist streams or otherwise broadcasts an ongoing Match at an event that has prohibited streaming, they will receive a Warning. This is an Unsporting Conduct-Minor infraction and can be upgraded if the Duelist repeats the infraction. Duelists should verify ahead of time whether streaming is allowed.

Revealing Private Knowledge

If a Duelist inadvertently reveals the contents of their Hand, etc. they will receive a Warning.  This is a Procedural Error – Minor infraction and can be upgraded if the Duelist repeats the infraction.

Having items or clothing with offensive images or language on camera

If a Duelist is using tournament materials, wearing clothing, or displaying items within view of the camera with offensive language or images, they will receive a Warning and be required to remove the items in question. This is an Unsporting Conduct – Minor infraction and can be upgraded if the Duelist repeats the infraction. Tardiness or Slow Play penalties may also apply if the correction is not made in a timely manner.

Using a play area that is cluttered or unclear

If a Duelist is playing with a field that is poorly lit, lacking contrast between sleeves and mat, is cluttered with items not required for the current Match, etc. they will receive a Warning and be required to correct the issues. This is a Procedural Error – Minor infraction and can be upgraded if the Duelist does not correct the issues or repeats the infraction. Tardiness or Slow Play penalties may also apply if the correction is not made in a timely manner.

Not being appropriately dressed

If a Duelist is not appropriately dressed (shirts and pants, shorts, or skirts must be worn) they will receive a Warning and be required to correct the situation. This is an Unsporting Conduct – Minor infraction and can be upgraded if the Duelist repeats the infraction. Tardiness or Slow Play penalties may also apply if the correction is not made in a timely manner.

Not keeping hands in view/performing actions off camera

If a Duelist does not keep their hands holding cards or other game-related actions in view of the camera and their action is unintentional, they will receive a Warning. This is a Procedural Error – Minor infraction and can be upgraded if the Duelist repeats the infraction.

Outside interference in a Match

If a Duelist receives outside interference in their Match, they will receive an Unsporting Conduct infraction. The severity of the infraction will determine the appropriate penalty, which could range from a Warning to a Disqualification.

Including cards Forbidden in Remote Duel in the Deck

If the error is caught prior to the start of the event, the Duelist receives a Warning for a Deck Error – Minor infraction and must remove the Forbidden card(s). If removing the Forbidden cards results in an illegal Deck (less than 40 cards), then the Duelist must move cards from their Side Deck to the Main Deck to total 40 cards.

If the error is caught after the event has started, the Duelist receives a Game Loss for a Deck Error – Major infraction and must remove the Forbidden card(s). If removing the Forbidden cards results in an illegal Deck (less than 40 cards), then the Duelist must move cards from their Side Deck to the Main Deck to total 40 cards.

Q: What are the Remote Duel Invitationals?
A: Remote Duel Invitationals are special events in which Duelists are invited to take part in a tournament for the entire Dueling world to see via Livestream! In previous Invitationals, we watched World Championship competitors, YCS Champions and Content Creators battle it out – now it could be your turn.

Each Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier in Latin America will qualify two (2) Duelists to move on the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational to be held September 4th and 5th, 2021. This could be your chance to compete and be seen competing via Livestream in a Remote Duel!

Q: How long will each Remote Duel Match last?
A: Each Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME Remote Duel Match will be a best 2-out-of-3 Duel with a 50-minute time limit.

Card Game

Games Played

Time Limit

Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME Swiss Rounds

Best 2-out-of-3

50 Minutes

Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME Top 8

Best 2-out-of-3

50 Minutes

Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME Top 4

Best 2-out-of-3

50 Minutes

Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME Finals

Best 2-out-of-3

60 Minutes

Q: What happens if I am not done with my Match after the time limit ends?
A: Sometimes a Match will not be finished when the time ends for a round. If this happens, it is both Duelists’ responsibility to note whose turn it is when time is called. Duelists who require assistance with the End of Match procedures should raise their hand and call for a judge. The judge should be notified that the Match is ongoing and whose turn it is. The judge may or may not stay to supervise the End of Match procedure but should ensure that both Duelists understand the following procedures.

End of Match procedures should follow these three (3) rules:

Rule #1: If time is called while Duelists are in the middle of a Game, the current Game must have a decision (Win, Loss, or Draw)

Rule #2: Once the current Game has concluded with a decision, determine the winner of the Match by determining the number of Game Wins (or Game Losses) each Duelist has for the current Match. The Duelist with the most Game Wins will win the Match.
Swiss Rounds: If both Duelists have the same number of Game Wins, or if time was called in between games of a Match when both Duelists had the same number of Game Wins, then the Match is a Draw.
Single-Elimination Rounds: If both Duelists have the same number of Game Wins, or if time is called in between Games of a Match while both Duelists have the same number of Game Wins, they will begin a new Duel with specific guidelines.

      • Neither Duelist may use his or her Side Deck. If time was called in between Games of a Match and at least one Duelist has already accessed his or her Side Deck, then both Duelists may use their Side Deck.
      • Duelists must use a random method (die roll, coin flip, etc.) to determine who will go first.
      • The Duel will continue for a total of four (4) turns, two (2) turns for each Duelist, unless a Duelist manages to win the Duel before the four (4) turns have concluded.
      • Once the four (4) turns are completed, Life Point totals are compared and the Duelist with the highest Life Point total wins the Match.
      • If both Duelists’ Life Points are the same after the four (4) turns are completed, then play will continue on a turn-by-turn basis, with the Duelist with the most Life Points at the end of a turn being declared the winner of that Game.

Rule #3: If a win condition occurs during End of Match Procedures, that Duelist wins the current Game.

Keeping these three (3) rules in mind, please follow these instructions when proceeding to End of Match procedures:

  • Continue with the current Phase of the Game. Once the Phase is over, stop the game.
  • Determine a Game Winner at this point, with the Duelist with the most Life Points winning the Game.
    • During Swiss Rounds, if both Duelists’ Life Points are the same, the Game is a Draw. Compare Game Wins with the Duelist with the most Game Wins winning the Match. If the Game Win totals are the same, the Match is a Draw.
    • During Single-Elimination, if both Duelists’ Life Points are the same at the end of the current Phase (Step 1 above), finish the current turn. If both Duelists’ Life Points are the same at the end of the turn, then play will continue on a turn-by-turn basis, with the Duelist with the most Life Points at the end of a turn being declared the winner of that Game.
  • Match Draws cannot occur during Single-Elimination Rounds.

Q: Am I allowed to stream any of my Matches?
A: Duelists are not allowed to stream or record any of the Matches during this event.

Q: Who should I contact if I have questions about the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier?
A:  Please contact the appropriate TO for your assigned Group:

Group

Countries
In Group

Tournament Organizer

Store Country

Email

Discord Server

A

Brazil

Pi Games

Brazil

Pigamesbetim@gmail.com

 

https://discord.gg/eJAj6hf

B

Mexico

CFC Games

Mexico

jrodri3@prodigy.net.mx

https://discord.gg/nZSfP6h

C

Mexico

Aldebaran TCG

Mexico

aldebarantcg@gmail.com

https://discord.gg/eagcHae

D

Mexico

Eon Gamers

Mexico

eon.ali@hotmail.com

https://discord.gg/QB2JTHd

E

Costa Rica
El Salvador
Guatemala
Honduras
Nicaragua
Panama

TCG Store

Honduras

tcgstorehn@hotmail.com

https://discord.com/invite/QjjCur3

F

Colombia
Peru
Trinidad
Venezuela

Carloncho Store

Peru

carlos.unmsm@gmail.com

 

https://discord.gg/HpjAfuXy4U

G

Argentina
Chile
Paraguay

Dimagame

Argentina

dimagames@gmail.com

https://discord.gg/Vhvp4feJwk

H

Ecuador
Bolivia

Presi’s Corp

Ecuador

shiva_186@hotmail.com

https://discord.gg/ADeEF4NBPp

 


Card Legality

Q: What cards are legal for play?
A: Please check the “Products” page online at https://www.yugioh-card.com/en/products/index.html for the most current legality dates of Yu-Gi-Oh! product releases, prior to preparing your Deck for the event.

Q: Is there a Forbidden List specific to Remote Duel?
A: Certain types of card effects involving Private Knowledge cannot be successfully resolved in Remote Duel, and are considered to be Forbidden in Remote Duel only.
Cards Forbidden in Remote Duel are not Forbidden for in-person play, therefore they are not displayed on the Advanced or Traditional Format Forbidden & Limited List
Please consult with the Head Judge for the event if you have questions about the legality of cards in your Deck. 

Card Name – Forbidden in Remote Duel

Ancient Telescope

Blizzard Warrior

Contact With the Aquamirror

Dark Scorpion - Chick the Yellow

–Destiny HERO - Dominance

Diabolos, King of the Abyss

Flower Cardian Peony with Butterfly

Goddess Skuld’s Oracle

Parasite Paracide

Senri Eye

Spell Vanishing

SPYRAL Gear - Drone

Transmission Gear

Q: Can I use OCG cards (cards printed for use in Japan and other Asian territories) in my Deck?
A: No, cards printed for Asian markets are not legal for play in TCG tournaments, even if you have a translation available.

Q: Can I use foreign language cards in my Deck?
A: You may use foreign-language copies of legal-for-play cards printed for the TCG market, as long as you can show an official translation of the card when asked to do so by an opponent or tournament official. 
If you are using a card that is not in a local language, you must do one of the following:

  • Have a local-language version of the card, stored outside of your Deck or Card Case, available to show opponents or tournament officials. For English or Spanish language cards, you are not required to have an official translation (with the exception of Brazil and Trinidad & Tobago, Spanish cards will need English translation).  Portuguese cards do not require a translation for the Brazilian event(s).
  • Have an accurate, written version of the most recent card text, stored outside of your Card Case, available to show opponents or tournament officials.
  • Use the “Camera Search” function in Neuron to provide an accurate translation of the card.

 


Miscellaneous

Q: I want to judge at the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier instead of competing as a player – how can I participate?
A: If you’re interested in judging at a Tier 2 or higher event, you should contact the Tournament Organizer that will be hosting the Remote Duel Qualifier for the Group that your country was assigned to.

Please visit:

for information about how to join the Konami Judge Program.  All potential judges must pass the online Rulings Comprehension Level 1 test, and then complete an online application to join the Judge Program.

Please see the Konami Judge Program FAQ for answers to most common questions:  

Q: Will there be coverage at the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier?
A: There will not be any online coverage at any of the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Invitational Qualifier events.

 

 


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