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Team YCS Las Vegas: Who to Watch

February 22nd, 2020

We’ve got a lot of great teams entered in the Main Event here in Las Vegas! Here’s some of the standout teams to watch for this weekend.

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UDS Invitational Tulsa, OK: Who to Watch

February 15th, 2020

The Ultimate Duelist Series Invitational is a tournament whose entry requires Duelists to spend points earned across other competitive events.  This results in a tournament where the average skill level of competition is incredibly high.

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YCS Guadalajara: Who to Watch

September 28th, 2019

We’re currently in Round 6 which is bit later than usual for doing this as the people you’d want to watch may have had a bad day at the tables and are no longer in the tournament, but here’s a shortlist of accomplished players still in the tournament!

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YCS Niagara Falls 2019: Who to Watch

September 21st, 2019

Among the 771 Duelists here at YCS Niagara Falls 2019 are some familiar names among the community.  Let’s take a look at who’s here!

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YCS Portland: Who to Watch

August 24th, 2019

Our coverage of last week’s UDS Invitational included a new feature called “Who to Watch” where we showcased some of the accomplished players that were in attendance, and it was very well received!  We’ll be continuing that here at YCS Portland.  Check it out!

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UDS Invitational Indianapolis, IN: Who to Watch!

August 17th, 2019

The Ultimate Duelist Series (UDS) Invitational happens twice a year – once in the Summer, typically after the World Championship, and once in the Winter, usually in February.  The Invitational is like a World Championship Qualifier (WCQ) as there’s a requirement for entry: WCQ entry requires the Duelist to earn an invite, which is awarded for placing well at a Regional Qualifier, a Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series (YCS) or an Official Tournament Store Championship, while the UDS Invitational requires the Duelist to earn an amount of points earned from participating in other events.  Some Duelists will even make the claim that the UDS Invitational is a harder tournament than a WCQ.  With the amount of talent and accomplishment in the room, that claim has a lot of merit.  Let’s take a look at who’s here and what they’re bringing to the table.

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