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Ultimate Duelist Series

Ultimate Duelist Series Leaderboard Points Update – November 2, 2018

November 2nd, 2018

Are you the Ultimate Duelist?  It’s time to find out!

In order to enter an Ultimate Duelist Series Invitational, a Duelist must have earned a minimum of 100 UDS Points.

Ultimate Duelist Series Points:

  • UDS Points are awarded based on participation and final standings in UDS Qualifers and at most Tier 2 events, such as standard Regionals, Dragon Duels, and YCS. UDS Points are also awarded for judging at Tier 2 events and UDS Qualifiers.
  • UDS Points no longer expire.
  • UDS Points are not transferrable from one Duelist to another.
  • UDS Points are linked to your CARD GAME ID number. It is important for Duelists to use a single CARD GAME ID number while playing at all Konami Sanctioned events.

We’ll be updating the leaderboard posting it right here on the coverage site on the days leading up to the UDS Invitational, so be sure to check back often to see how you’re doing!

For more information about the Ultimate Duelist Series go to our website:
http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/ultimateduelist/

UDS Invitational – Summer 2018 Event Table of Contents!

August 27th, 2018

Did you miss any of the action from the Ultimate Duelist Series Invitational – Summer 2018 here in Kansas City, Missouri? Don’t worry – you can revisit the action using this handy Table of Contents!

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UDS Invitational – Summer 2018: Random Playoff Winner

August 27th, 2018

Take a look at who won the Public Events Random Playoff this weekend in Kansas City, MO!

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UDS Invitational – Summer 2018: Points Playoff Winner

August 27th, 2018

Take a look at who won the Public Events Points Playoff this weekend in Kansas City, MO!

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UDS Invitational: ATTACK OF THE GIANT CARDS!! Sunday Winners

August 26th, 2018

Here are Sunday’s ATTACK OF THE GIANT CARD!! winners!

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UDS Invitational – Summer 2018: And the Winner is…

August 26th, 2018

The Ultimate Duelist Series Invitational – Summer 2018 here in Kansas City, Missouri is over, and we have a winner!

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Finals Feature Match: Cameron Neal vs. Avery Foster

August 26th, 2018

Cameron Neal and Avery Foster are two of the most dedicated Duelists in the tournament hall. Before entering the UDS Invitational – Summer 2018 this weekend, Cameron Neal had more UDS points than any other person, with over 1200 UDS points. He entered this tournament with a Round 1 BYE by using 200 of those points. Avery Foster, on the other hand, had more than the 200 UDS points necessary to enter the tournament with a BYE, but instead decided to only spend 100 of those points and enter without a BYE, allowing him to play in Round 1. “No Ultimate Duelist needs a BYE,” says Foster. As you may recall from his Round 1 Feature Match yesterday, Foster said he enjoys the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG so much that he’d rather play the first round than take a free win. Now, as he’s about to Duel in the Finals, he’s proud to say that he played more Matches of Yu-Gi-Oh! in the tournament this weekend than any other Duelist in the room.

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The Finals Are About to Begin!

August 26th, 2018

IT ALL COMES DOWN TO THIS! Only two Duelists remain in contention to become the Ultimate Duelist!.

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Top 4 Feature Match Jeff Jones vs. Avery Foster

August 26th, 2018

Only four Duelists remain – each Match is a Gouki vs. Sky Striker battle! Jeff Jones won last year’s UDS Summer Invitational, and is looking to take home a second championship belt with his Sky Striker Deck! However, Avery Foster’s Goukis are going to be tough to overcome. Only one Duelist can advance – it’s time to Duel!

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Top 8 Feature Match: Andrew Fredella vs. Brian Kalina

August 26th, 2018

Andrew Fredella from Miami, Florida and Brian Kalina from Minneapolis, Minnesota are each just 3 wins away from earning the title of Ultimate Duelist and taking home the championship belt. Fredella ended the Swiss Rounds with a 9-3 record, while Kalina ended them with a 10-2 record; but now only 3 single-elimination rounds remain. One Duelist will advance to the Top 4. The other will be eliminated. It’s time to Duel!

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