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YCS – Monterrey – Final Match

September 6th, 2015

The final match has begun at YCS – Monterrey:

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The Finals: Marcus Carisse Versus Gabriel Orosan-Weine

August 31st, 2015

It all comes down to this! Burning Abyss versus Nekroz in the Finals of the format’s first Championship! Marcus Carisse is piloting Nekroz. Gabriel Orosan-Weine is playing Burning Abyss. Which theme would reign supreme? We were about to find out!

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Dragon Duel Championship Playoff: Alec Wilkin Versus Ryan Yu

August 31st, 2015

One of the last Duels of the weekend is the Dragon Duel Champion Playoff Match. Both of these Duelist won one of the Dragon Duel Championships, either yesterdays or todays. Now they’re facing off in one final battle to find out who’s the strongest!

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Finals Feature Match: Sean McCabe vs. Peter Cheng

August 23rd, 2015

Welcome to the Finals! Local Duelist Sean McCabe and New Jersey’s Peter Cheng are about to compete in a Match that will determine who is the Ultimate Duelist! Everything is on the line in this one Match, as Sean McCabe pilots his Seraph Shaddoll Deck against Peter Cheng’s Satellarknights. The Championship Belt, the paid trip to next season’s UDS Invitational, the title of “Ultimate Duelist,” and more are all on the line! It’s time to Duel!

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The Finals have begun at the South American WCQ!

July 5th, 2015

We are now in the Finals of the South American World Championship Qualifier!  Will it be Gerardo Delgado from Peru with his Nekroz Deck or Andres Torres, the Colombian National Champion with his Burning Abyss Deck?

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Pairing: Finals

June 29th, 2015

Here are the Final Pairing at the North American World Championship Qualifier.

Chase Robert Cunningham versus Noah Reid Greene

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Meet our new Central American Dragon Duel Champion!

June 22nd, 2015

Juan Carlos Coronel, together with his younger brother and father, traveled from Guadalajara to attend the Central American World Championship Qualifier, after the Mexican National Championship, with Juan attending as the Mexican Dragon Duel Champion, and his father as Mexican National Champion.  He is our newest Central American Dragon Duel Champion and will be representing all of Central America, and Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. at the 2015 Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME World Championship in Kyoto, Japan.

Congratulations to Juan, and we will see you in Kyoto in August!



The Finals: Galileo Mauricio De Obaldia Soza (Nekroz) Versus Daniel Alfonso Rodriguez (Nekroz Siding Into Shaddolls)

June 22nd, 2015

This is it!  The winner of this one final Match will capture the title of Central American Champion and go on to represent Central America at the World Championship in August.  Galileo Mauricio De Obaldia Soza was World Champion in 2010 and would like nothing more than to take another shot at the World Title.  But he’s up against Daniel Alfonso Rodriguez, and this is anything but a simple Nekroz Mirror Match.

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And the winner is…

June 22nd, 2015

Congratulations to Galileo De Obaldia from Panama – our new Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME Central American Champion!  This will be his third appearnace at the World Championship, after winning in 2010 and coming in 3rd in 2011.

Well done Galileo, and we will see you in Kyoto, Japan!

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Dragon Duel Finals Feature Match: Juan Carlos Coronel (Nekroz) Versus Daniel Isai Coronel (Burning Abyss)

June 21st, 2015

This was it!  One month ago, Juan Carlos Coronel and Daniel Isai Coronel sat across from each other at a tournament table much like this one, as they Dueled for the title of National Dragon Duel Champion of Mexico!  Juan Carlos emerged victorious in that Match to take the title, but now his little brother was back and gunning for the Central American Dragon Duel Champion title.  Juan Carlos is playing Nekroz.  Daniel is playing Burning Abyss.  Two brothers, once again facing off for a Championship.  We’ve never seen anything like this before!  Juan Carlos chose to play second in the first Duel.

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