The final Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Tournament of the current format is over! Bohdan Temnyk has emerged victories with his Burning Abyss Phantom Knight Deck, cementing the reputation of the Burning Abyss monsters as the dominating force of the current format, while solidifying his own reputation as a YCS Champion. But now that YCS Toronto is finished, Duelists everywhere are looking to the new Advanced Format that will begin tomorrow.
YCS Toronto is finished, and a new champion has been named! Relive all of this weekend’s excitement by clicking the coverage links below!
Congratulations to the Public Events Random Playoff Winner!
Congratulations to the Public Events Points Playoff Winner!
It all comes down to this. Michael Walters has been playing the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME since the beginning, but this is the first big tournament showing of his Dueling career. A local Duelist from Brampton Ontario – a suburb just outside of Toronto proper – Walters is running a teched out version of the Burning Abyss Phantom Knight Deck. Cards like Phantom Knights’ Wing and Chaos Hunter have given him an edge all weekend, but would those risks of using those cards continue to pay off?
We’re about to find out, as Walters is up against Sydney, Australia’s Bohdan Temnyk! We Feature Matched Temnyk in Round 1 yesterday, with Temnyk coming off his appearance at the 2016 World Championship last week. Temnyk was the runner-up in the Oceanic WCQ this year, and has a long string of also-ran finishes in big events like Nationals and WCQ’s. With a wealth of Top 16, Top 8, and Top 4 finishes in the past, Temnyk is looking to finally nab that big win on the YCS stage. Would this be his weekend?
We’re about to find out.
The last giant card of the weekend has been claimed!
Check out the Top 4 Duelists of YCS Toronto!
Ten Swiss Rounds plus five elimination Rounds have concluded! The newest YCS Champion is…
The 3 vs. 3 Team Tournament has come to an end.