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South American World Championship Qualifier 2016 &
South American Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier
FAQ's

UPDATED: 5/11/16

When:
June 17 - 19, 2016
Where:
Círculo Militar de Suboficiales
Sede Social Colina Campestre, Cll 138 No 55-38
Bogota D.C., Colombia

South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ Information

  • What happens at a South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?
  • When and where are the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?
  • When is registration for the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?
  • What are the prizes for the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?
  • How much does it cost to enter a South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?
  • Are there any pack prizes?
  • Is there a participation prize?
  • What is the format for the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?
  • How many rounds will the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ have?
  • Are there any special rules I need to know for the South American WCQ and Dragon Duel WCQ?
  • How many Duelists will advance to Day 2?
  • What will I need to bring to the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?
  • If I live outside of South America, can I participate in the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?
  • Can I enter either of the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?
  • I’ve never been to a South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ, what should I expect?
  • I will be bringing my children to the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ. Is there anything I should know?
  • Will the South American WCQ have the Bounty Feature?
  • Will there be meal breaks during the tournament?
  • What happens if I am not done with my Match after 40 minutes? (Swiss)
  • What happens if I am not done with my Match after 40 minutes? (Single-Elimination)
  • Who should I contact if I have questions about the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?

Registration Information

  • When can I register for the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?
  • What will I need to bring in order to register?
  • When will I receive my participation prizes?

Invitations

  • Do I need an invitation to participate in the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?
  • If I qualified in a Dragon Duel tournament (for players born on 2003 or later) can I play in the regular South American WCQ?
  • How and when will I receive my invite?
  • What should I do if I can’t find my name on KDE’s online invite list?

Public Events

  • Will there be Public Events?
  • What are the point values for the Public Events?
  • What is the Public Events playoff?
  • What is a Swiss Round Tournament?
  • What is a Single-Elimination Tournament?
  • How do I earn Ultimate Duelist Series Points?
  • What are the rules for the Last Chance WCQ?
  • What are the rules for the Last Chance Dragon Duel WCQ?
  • What is a Dragon Duel?
  • What are the prizes for the Dragon Duel?
  • What are the rules for 3 vs. 3 Team Duel?
  • What are the rules for the Starter Deck Tournament?
  • What are the rules for the Structure Deck Tournament?
  • What is the Duelist League and what are the rules?

Card Legality

  • What cards are legal for play?
  • 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?

Travel

  • What is the closest airport to the South American WCQ?
  • What’s the best way to get to the tournament from the airport?
  • Are there any nearby hotels?

Miscellaneous

  • I want to judge at the South American WCQ, instead of competing as a player – how can I volunteer?
  • Will there be vendors on site so I can buy single cards and supplies and sell my cards?
  • Can I buy and sell from other people at the event?
  • Can I get a COSSY ID number at the WCQ or will I need to have one before I attend the event?
  • I want to vend at the WCQ, who should I contact?
  • Where can I get food and drinks during the tournament?
  • Do I require a visa to enter Colombia?
  • What items are prohibited at the South American WCQ?


South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ

Q: What happens at a South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?

A: The South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ are the most prestigious Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME tournaments, where Duelists from all across South America will compete for the opportunity to represent their country and continent at the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG World Championship 2016 and Dragon Duel World Championship 2016. The first place finisher from the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ will be invited to the World Championship to be held in Orlando, Florida on August 20 – 21 2016. The winners from both WCQs will receive paid travel and accommodations, along with a host of other prizes, and the title of “South American Champion 2016.” Runners-up will also receive exciting prizes.

The South American World Championship Qualifier is a 3-day event. On Friday, June 17th, Duelists who have not qualified for the WCQ can play in Last Chance Qualifiers to earn an invite to the WCQ.  The actual WCQ itself will begin on Saturday, June 18th. Only Duelists who do not already have an invite to the WCQ may participate in any Last Chance WCQ. Duelists who already have an invite and participate in a Last Chance WCQ will automatically lose their invite and will have to re-earn it to participate in the Main Event.

The South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ are invite-only tournaments.

In addition to the World Championship Qualifiers, there will be numerous Public Events, including tournaments specifically for Duelists born in 2004 or later, and Regional Qualifier tournaments, that are open to anyone.

Q: When and where are the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?

A:

Here is the date and location of the South American WCQs:

June 17th – 19th 2016

Círculo Militar de Suboficiales
Sede Social Colina Campestre
Cll 138 No 55-38
Bogota D.C., Colombia

Q: When is registration for the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?

A:

June 17th     
3:00 PM – 7:00 PM:         Pre-Registration for the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ

June 18th        
8:00 AM – 9:45 AM:         Registration for the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ
10:00 AM:                        Start of the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ

June 19th     
9:00 AM:                          Start of the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ

Q: What are the prizes for the WCQ and Dragon Duel WCQ?

A:

WCQ:

1st Place

Invite to World Championship

Travel and accommodations to the World Championship

Complete Set of BOSH & SHVI

Additional Super Rare copy of YCS Prize Card

64GB iPad

Personalized Jersey (to be awarded at the World Championship)

24 Booster Packs from recent sets

2nd Place

16GB iPad AIR

12 Booster Packs from recent sets

3rd-4th Place

Complete Set of CORE, DOCS, BOSH, SHVI

5th-8th Place

Complete Set of BOSH & SHVI

9th-16th Place

24 Booster Packs from recent sets

 

Top 8

Championship Trophy

Top 16

Super Rare copy of YCS Prize Card

Top Cut

WCQ Top Cut Game Mat

Participation

WCQ 2016 Game Mat

WCQ 2016 Sleeves

WCQ - Dragon Duel Continental:

1st Place

Invite to Dragon Duel World Championship

Travel and accommodations to the Dragon Duel World Championship

Complete Set of BOSH & SHVI

Super Rare YCS Prize Card

64GB iPad

Personalized Jersey (to be awarded at the World Championship)

2nd Place

16GB iPad AIR

Complete Set of BOSH & SHVI

3rd-4th Place

Complete Set of BOSH & SHVI

5th-8th Place

Complete Set of SHVI

 

Top 4

Championship Trophy

Top Cut

WCQ Dragon Duel Top Cut Game Mat

Participation

WCQ Dragon Duel 2016 Game Mat

WCQ 2016 Sleeves

Q: How much does it cost to enter the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?

A: There is no entry fee into the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ, since this is an invite-only event, but entry fees are required for Public Events. Each Duelist will receive participation packs equal to the entry fee for all Public Events.

Q: Are there any pack prizes?

A: The only booster pack prizes are listed above in the prize breakdown. No other booster pack prizes will be awarded.

Q: Is there a participation prize?

A: Yes, all Duelists who register for either of the South American World Championship Qualifiers will receive a World Championship Qualifier Game Mat, and a pack of World Championship Qualifier Card Sleeves.

Q: What is the format for the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?

A: South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ tournaments are Constructed events, which means each Duelist must bring his or her own Deck in order to compete. Decks must be constructed according to the latest Advanced Format guidelines. (See here for more information: http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/limited/index.html The Advanced Format changed as of April 10th, 2016. You will need to make sure your Deck matches the current format. (See here for more information on current legal cards: http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/gameplay/cardlegality.html)

Q: How many rounds will the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ have?

A: The total number of Duelists will determine the number of rounds that are played.

Number of Participants

Number of Swiss Rounds

Swiss Rounds Day 1

Swiss Rounds Day 2

Playoff Top Cut

4 – 5 Duelists

3 Rounds

3 Rounds

None

None

*6 – 8 Duelists

3 Rounds

3 Rounds

None

Top 2

9 – 16 Duelists

4 Rounds

4 Rounds

None

Top 4

17 – 32 Duelists

5 Rounds

5 Rounds

None

Top 8

33 – 64 Duelists

6 Rounds

6 Rounds

None

Top 16

65 – 128 Duelists

7 Rounds

7 Rounds

None

Top 32

129 – 256 Duelists

8 Rounds

8 Rounds

None

Top 64

257 – 512 Duelists

9 Rounds

9 Rounds

None

Top 64

513 – 1024 Duelists

10 Rounds

8 Rounds

2 Rounds

Top 64

*If there are 6 – 8 Duelists registered for the WCQ or Dragon Duel WCQ and after the 3 Rounds of Swiss, there is one undefeated Duelist, then there will be no Top Cut. The undefeated Duelist will then be named the South American Champion or the Dragon Duel South American Champion.

Q: Are there any special rules I need to know for the South American WCQ and Dragon Duel WCQ?

A:  In the final Match of the Playoff Top Cut of the WCQ and Dragon Duel WCQ, Duelists may not concede a game or Match.  Duelists must play out the Match, in order to ensure a clear South American Champion.  If a Duelist does concede a Match in the Finals of the Playoff Top Cut of the WCQ or Dragon Duel WCQ, they will be dropped from the tournament and will no longer be eligible to receive any prizes to which they may have been entitled.

Q: How many Duelists will advance to Day 2?

A:

  • If there are 6 - 8 Duelists registered for the WCQ and no player goes undefeated, then the Top 2 Duelists will advance to Day 2.
  • If there are 9 - 16 Duelists registered for the WCQ, then the Top 4 Duelists will advance to Day 2.
  • If there are 17 - 32 Duelists registered for the WCQ, then the Top 8 Duelists will advance to Day 2.
  • If there are 33 - 64 Duelists registered for the WCQ, then the Top 16 Duelists will advance to Day 2.
  • If there are 65 - 128 Duelists registered for the WCQ, then the Top 32 Duelists will advance to Day 2.
  • If there are 129 - 256 Duelists registered for the WCQ, then the Top 64 Duelists will advance to Day 2.
  • If there are 257 - 512 Duelists registered for the WCQ, then the Top 64 Duelists will advance to Day 2.
  • If there are 513 - 1024 Duelists registered for the WCQ, then the Top 128 Duelists OR all Duelists with a minimum of 16 Points, whichever number is larger, will advance to Day 2.

Q: What will I need to bring to the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?

A: You should bring a tournament-legal Deck as described above, registration sheet, and a completed Deck List (which can be downloaded as a fillable PDF here). The registration sheet and Deck List can also be found on-site. You should also bring any tournament supplies you will need; such as paper and pen to track Life Points, dice or counters if you are using cards which require them, extra sleeves to replace any that become damaged, and so forth. To register for the South American WCQ、you must bring your COSSY ID number and a form of personal identification with a picture, as you will need proof of identity in order to register.  If you are registering for the WCQ – Dragon Duel, your identification must provide date of birth in order to verify age. If you are only competing in Public Events, if you already have a COSSY ID number, you should bring your number and barcode or if you do not have one, you can obtain one at the event. You should also bring money for your incidentals (food, drinks, Public Events, etc.).

Q: If I live outside of South America, can I participate in the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?

A: Duelists can only enter the WCQ for which they qualified.  A Duelist who resides in South America, can only attend the South American WCQ or South American Dragon Duel WCQ. 

Q: Can I enter either of the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?

A: Duelists who qualified for the South American Dragon Duel WCQ may choose to play in the Main South American WCQ instead of the South American Dragon Duel WCQ. Dragon Duelists may not register and/or participate in both events.

Q: If I’ve never been to a South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ, what should I expect?

A: World Championship Qualifiers are the most prestigious of all Yu-Gi-Oh! tournaments, and attract the best Duelists from all over South America.  Many Duelists travel great distances to attend the South American World Championship Qualifier, so you can expect to meet hundreds of fellow Yu-Gi-Oh! fans from all over South America.

Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifiers are exclusive to Duelists born before a certain calendar year, with the calendar year requirement moving forward after the WCQ in which you are qualifying for occurs. The current year requirements are for Duelists born on 2003 or later. After the WCQ Continentals in your region occurs, the year requirement will move forward a year to 2004 or later. This means that after the WCQ in your region occurs, Duelists born on 2003 or later will no longer be eligible for Dragon Duel tournaments.

There are a lot of things you should do to make sure you are prepared before heading to the tournament.
Read over the list of things you will need for the tournament, and make sure you have everything.
You’ll have a better time at the event if you don’t have too many bulky or heavy possessions to carry around, as it can get crowded there on the floor.  Think ahead while you are planning what to bring with you.

When you get to the event, you will need to register in order to play. You can pre-register on Friday from 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM, or you can register on the morning of the event from 8:00 AM – 9:45 AM.  If you live in the area or arrive early enough on Friday, you should definitely pre-register then. It will save you a lot of time the following morning.
If you need to register on the day of the event, get there early! Registration will open at 8:00 AM, and there will already be a line of people waiting. You’ll need to be in line by 9:45 AM, or you will not be able to enter the tournament when it begins. We will have to start without you, to make sure the event begins on time – you’ll still be able to play, but you will not be able to enter the tournament until the second round begins and you will start with at least a Round One Match loss.

To register, you’ll need a Registration form, a form of ID (with a photo), and your COSSY ID, and your completed Deck List.  You can get a Registration form at the event, or you can get one to print at home before the tournament by clicking on this link:
http://www.yugioh-card.com/lat-am/events/forms/KDE_RegistrationSheet.pdf
Make sure your Registration form and your Deck List are filled out completely before you reach the registration station. 

You will also need a COSSY ID – this is the ID number used to track you in the tournament.

This is an invite only event; you must participate with the COSSY ID used at the time you earned your invite.  If you do not have this ID number, please make sure to provide a valid form of ID at registration and we will look up your COSSY ID at that time.
Once you have a completed Registration form and a COSSY ID, you can register for the tournament.

You will also need a Deck List. A Deck List is required to participate in the WCQ Continental and the WCQ Dragon Duel Continental.  You can get a Deck List form at the event when you register, or you can download one to fill out ahead of time by clicking on this link:
http://www.yugioh-card.com/lat-am/events/forms/KDE_DeckList.pdf

This is an editable PDF, so you will be able to type the card names in this form, which should help as your Deck List needs to be legible and complete – write the name of each card in full, and write down how many copies you have in your Deck.

Make sure your name and COSSY ID are on your Deck List.

Make sure your Deck List exactly matches your Deck.

If you need more space than what is available on the Deck List, simply write a note on the front of the Deck List notifying us that there will be more contents on the back of the Deck List and continue registering your Deck List on the back.

For some helpful tips on how to properly complete your Deck List, check out the following article on the official Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Strategy Site.

http://www.konami.com/yugioh/articles/?p=3534

Your Deck List will be collected at Registration (this includes Pre-Registration). Make sure your Deck List is ready before you reach the front of the Registration line.

Duelists are responsible for paying attention to information from judges and/or tournament staff in order to understand what is going on. If Duelists have questions about the event either beforehand or while they are there, they should check with the Event Manager. 

Before heading to the event, all Duelists should read over the KDE Tournament Policy and Penalty Guidelines carefully.   These documents tell you what you can and cannot do at an event, and give you a good idea of what to expect.  You may find these Guidelines by clicking the following links. 

Tournament Policy:
http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/gameplay/penalty_guide/Yu-Gi-Oh!%20Tournament%20Policy%20v1.4%202013November14.pdf
Penalty Guidelines:
http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/gameplay/penalty_guide/Penalty%20Guidelines%20v1.4%202013November14.pdf
Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Policy:
http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/gameplay/penalty_guide/Yu-Gi-Oh!%20Tournament%20Policy%20v1.4%202013November14.pdf

Remember, there is much more to do at the WCQ than just compete in the main tournament.  There are lots of Public Events, vendors buying and selling cards, and other Duelists to trade with. Read over the FAQ carefully, and you’ll be off to a great start.

Q: I will be bringing my children to the WCQ. Is there anything I should know?

A: We will have a Parents’ Area available, where parents can relax while their children are occupied in the tournament.  This area is open only to parents and their children. You are not required to stay on site, but we strongly recommend that you do, especially if your children are young or if this is their first event. Please know that the tournament staff cannot be responsible for looking after your children, or their possessions. Always make sure your child has a way to contact you, and is provided with any necessities such as food, drink, or extra money if you do not wish to remain in the tournament area.

When your child is preparing for the event, encourage him or her to leave any bulky or expensive possessions at home. Electronics and large collections of cards are hard to keep track of during a big tournament – your child will have a much easier day without having to worry about these kinds of items.

Trading cards is a big attraction at large tournaments, but if you are concerned about your child trading away valuable cards, talk to him or her before the event and set some guidelines. You can always have your child check with you before making a trade.

Q: Will the South American WCQ have the Bounty Feature?

A: No, there will be no Bounty Feature at the South American World Championship Qualifier.

Q: Will there be meal breaks during the tournament?

A: There will not be any meal breaks scheduled into the Main Event tournament.   For the Dragon Duel WCQ we will be accommodating breaks based on attendance.

Q: What happens if I am not done with my Match after 40 minutes? (Swiss Rounds – Tier 2 Events)

A: Sometimes a Match will not be finished when the time ends for a round. If this happens, the Duelist should note whose turn it is when time is called, and raise their hands 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 procedure.

Please follow these instructions when proceeding to End of Match procedures during the Swiss portion of the tournament:

  • Continue until the end of the current turn.
  • If the Duel is not over at the end of the turn, go to “Extra Turns.”
  • Extra Turns = Conduct (5) additional turns starting from the opponent’s turn.
  • If a win condition (a Duelist’s Life Points is reduced to 0 or an instant win condition such as the effect of Exodia the Forbidden One or Final Countdown) occurs within these (5) turns, the Duel ends as normal.
  • If a win condition does NOT occur within these (5) turns, the Duelist who has higher Life Points after the “Extra Turns” (5 turns) wins.
  • If both Duelists’ Life Points are the same after the “Extra Turns” are completed, the Duel is considered a Draw.
    • After the Duel is concluded, the Duelist who has won the most Duels is declared the winner of the Match. If both Duelists now have the same number of Duel wins, the Match is a Draw.
    • If both Duelists won one Duel and the third Duel ends in a Draw, the Match is considered to be a Draw.
    • If time is called before a Duel begins (during Side Decking, before drawing their opening Hands), and both Duelists have won the same number of Duels, the Match is considered to be a Draw.
    • If time is called before a Duel begins (during Side Decking, before drawing their opening Hands), and one Duelist has won more Duels, the Duelist with more wins is declared the winner of the Match.
    • Duelists may not choose to intentionally end a match in a Draw. Intentionally ending a Match in a Draw, or stalling to have a Match end in a Draw, is against tournament policy and could result in a Disqualification.

Match Draws may only occur during the Swiss portion of a tournament and only during End of Match procedures. Duelists may not intentionally end a Match in a Draw. Intentionally ending a Match in a Draw, or stalling to have a Match end in a Draw, is against tournament policy and could result in a Disqualification.

Q: What happens if I am not done with my Match after 40 minutes? (Swiss Rounds – Tier 1 Events and Single-Elimination)

A: During Single-Elimination rounds, if Duelists have not completed their matches during their allotted time limit, proceed to End of Match procedures. Please follow these instructions when proceeding to End of Match procedures during the Single-Elimination portion of the tournament:

  • Continue until the end of the current turn.
  • If the Duel did not end at the end of the turn, go to “Extra Turns.”
    • Extra Turns = Conduct (3) additional turns starting from the opponent’s turn.
  • If a win condition (a Duelist is reduced to 0 Life Points or an instant win condition such as the effect of Exodia the Forbidden One or Final Countdown) occurs within these (3) turns, the Duel ends as normal.
  • If a win condition does NOT occur within these (3) turns, the Duelist who has higher Life Points after the “Extra Turns” wins.
  • If both Duelists’ Life Points are the same after the “Extra 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.
    • Life Points are checked after the turn has completed but before the opponent’s turn begins.
    • If a Duelist’s Life Points reach 0 or if a win condition occurs during the turn, normal game play rules apply.
  • Once the winner has been determined for the current Duel, the Match winner is determined.
    • If a Duelist has more wins than his or her opponent, that Duelist wins the Match.
    • If both Duelists have the same number of Duel wins, or if time is called in between Games of a Match, they will begin a new Duel with specific guidelines.
      • Neither Duelist may use his or her 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 (4) turns, two turns for each Duelist, unless a Duelist manages to win the Duel before the (4) turns are up.
      • Once the four 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 (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. Please use the same criteria listed above (Step 5).

Draws cannot occur during Single-Elimination. There must always be a winner.

All Public Events (except for the Dragon Duel tournament) are Tier 1 Events.

Q: Who should I contact if I have questions about the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?

A:

WCQ and Dragon Duel WCQ, South America 

City

Country

Date

Organizer

Company

email

Bogota

Colombia

June 17th – 19th

Jorge Guevara

Unlimited Hobby Center

androarma@hotmail.com

 


Registration Information

Q: When can I register for the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?

A:


Date

Event

Registration

 Friday, June 17th 

Pre-Registration for South American WCQ & South American Dragon Duel WCQ

3:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Saturday, June 18th

Registration for South American WCQ & South American Dragon Duel WCQ

8:00 AM – 9:45 AM

Registration will be open on Friday from 3:00pm until 7:00pm, and on Saturday, from 8:00am until 9:45am. We strongly recommend that you pre-register on Friday, to make sure you are ready to play on Saturday. If you pre-register on Friday, you do not need to register again on Saturday.

Q: What will I need to bring in order to register?

A: Make sure you have all of the following, in order to register for the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ:

  • Your COSSY ID (if you have lost your ID and cannot remember your number, we will be able to look it up on site during registration).
  • A proper form of identification, with your name and photo. A driver’s license, school ID, or passports are all acceptable forms of identification.  If you are registering for the Dragon Duel WCQ, your identification must provide date of birth in order to verify age.
  • Completed Deck List. To download an editable Deck List click on this link: http://www.yugioh-card.com/lat-am/events/forms/KDE_DeckList.pdf
  • Completed Registration Form. Duelists will need to complete a Registration form to register for the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ. The Tournament Organizer will have some available on site. To download the KDE Registration form, click on this link: http://www.yugioh-card.com/lat-am/events/forms/KDE_RegistrationSheet.pdf

Q: When will I receive my participation prizes?

A: You will receive your participation prizes when you register for the WCQ.  Please note that you will need your Deck List to be eligible to receive your participation prizes.

 


Invitations

Q: Do I need an invitation to participate in the South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ?

A: South American WCQ and South American Dragon Duel WCQ are invitation only events. Duelists must have an invitation in order to participate. Invitations were awarded during our Regional Qualifiers, OTS Championships, Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series, Dragon Duels, and National Championships.  There will also be ongoing Last Chance Qualifiers on Friday June 17th between 12:00pm and 5:00pm for the Main South American WCQ and there will be 2 Last Chance Qualifiers for the South American Dragon Duel WCQ, starting at 12:00pm and the second at 2:00pm.

Q: If I qualified in a Dragon Duel tournament (for players born 2003 and later) can I play in the Main South American WCQ ?

A: Duelists who were born in 2003 and later who qualified for the Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier may choose to play in the Main World Championship Qualifier instead of the Dragon Duel WCQ. Dragon Duelists may not register and/or participate in both events.  A Dragon Duelist who is caught entering both events will be disqualified and will not be able to compete in any other event, including any Public Events, at the World Championship Qualifier.

Q: How and when will I receive my invite?

A: A list of players who have earned invites to their Central American WCQ and Central American Dragon Duel WCQ will be posted online at http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/events/wcq_invite_list.html. You will not receive a physical invitation, or an invitation through e-mail or postal mail – you will be entered in the invite list database. 

Information about your Central American WCQ and Central American Dragon Duel WCQ will be posted online – it will not be mailed or sent to you. Duelists are responsible to verify that their name appears on the appropriate Invite List, and to access posted information about their WCQ Continental or WCQ Dragon Duel Continental tournament by checking the www.yugioh-card.com/en/events page for updates.

If you have a question about your Invite status, you can email la-opsupport@konami.com and ask. Please provide your full name, COSSY ID number, and the date and location of the event at which you qualified, along with your question, so we can answer you quickly and efficiently.

Remember that Invite status information isn’t automatically or instantly updated, so you should allow some time for results to be posted from your tournament – it can take several weeks for the data to be entered into the system, and posted online. 

Q: What should I do if I can’t find my name on KDE’s online invite list?

A: First, look at the Regional Qualifier list. Events that are highlighted in blue have had their results updated to the invite list.

Check the invite list carefully, to see if you have missed seeing your name. Look at the COSSY ID numbers as well.

If you do not see your name and the event at which you qualified is highlighted in blue, you should email la-opsupport@konami.com and ask. Please provide your full name, COSSY ID number, and the date and location of the event at which you qualified, along with your question, so we can answer you quickly and efficiently.

If you see an error in your name or COSSY ID, you can also report this to la-opsupport@konami.com. Make sure to include your full name, COSSY ID, and the date and location of the event at which you qualified.

 


Public Events

Q: Will there be Public Events?

A:

Friday, June 17th     

12:00 PM – 5:00 PM

South American WCQ Last Chance Qualifier (16-player flights)

12:00 PM

South American WCQ Dragon Duel Last Chance Qualifier #1

2:00 PM

South American WCQ Dragon Duel Last Chance Qualifier #2

Saturday, June 18th    

1:00 PM – 6:00 PM

2017 Regional Qualifiers (16-player flights)   

1:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Battle City Tournament (16-player flights)

1:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Duelist League (8-Player Flights)

1:00 PM – 6:00 PM 

Structure Deck Tournament

1:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Starter Deck Tournament (8-player flights) 

1:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Ultimate Duelist Series Qualifier (8-Player Flights)

1:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Win-A-Mat (8-Player flights)

1:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Yu-Gi-Oh! Day Tournament (16-player flights)

1:00 PM

Dragon Duel Tournament (Born 2004 or later)

3:00 PM

ATTACK OF THE GIANT CARD!!

Sunday, June 19th

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM 

2017 Regional Qualifiers (16-player flights)   

10:00 AM – 3:00 PM 

Battle City Tournament (16-player flights)

10:00 AM – 3:00 PM 

Duelist League (8-Player Flights)

10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Structure Deck Tournament

10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Starter Deck Tournament (8-player flights) 

10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Ultimate Duelist Series Qualifier (8-Player Flights)

10:00 AM – 3:00 PM 

Win-A-Mat (8-Player flights)

10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Yu-Gi-Oh! Day Tournament (16-player flights)

10:00 AM  

3 vs. 3 Team Tournament

12:00 PM 

ATTACK OF THE GIANT CARD!!

1:00 PM 

Dragon Duel Tournament (Born 2004 or later)

3:45 PM 

Cut-off to earn points for Public Events Playoffs   

4:00 PM 

Public Event Playoffs

Registration for ongoing Public Events begins at the event’s start time. Registration for all non-ongoing Public Events begins approximately one hour before the event is scheduled to begin.

Name

Entry Fee**

# of Participants

Format

Participation Prizing

Prizing

Last Chance WCQ*

$24,000 COP

16

Advanced Format – Single-Elimination (Ongoing)

2 Booster Packs

1st Place: Invite to the 2016 WCQ and Regional Game Mat
2nd Place: Invite to the 2016 WCQ

Last Chance Dragon Duel WCQ*

Free

Minimum 4, no max

Advanced Format – Single-Elimination (Ongoing)

1 Score Pad

1st – 4th Place: Invite to the 2016 WCQ and Regional Game Mat

16 Player 2017 Regional Qualifiers*

$12,000 COP

16

Advanced Format – Single-Elimination (Ongoing)

1 Booster Pack

1st Place: An invite to the 2017 WCQ, Regional Deck Box, and Regional Game Mat

Dragon Duel 2017 Regional Qualifiers*

Free

Minimum 4, no max

Sealed Format – Swiss (No Playoff Cut)

1 Score Pad

1st – 4th Place: Invite to the 2017 WCQ DD Medal, Deck Box and Regional Game Mat

Battle City Tournament

$36,000 COP

16

Advanced Format – Single-Elimination

3 Booster Packs

1st Place: Battle City Game Mat
2nd – 4th Place: Battle City Token Card

3 vs. 3 Team Dueling*

$12,000 COP Per Player ($36,000 COP Per Team)

64 Teams

3 vs. 3 Team Dueling Format – Swiss (No Playoff Cut)

1 Booster Pack per team member

1st Place: Each team member will receive an uncut 3 x 3 sheet of Secret Rares
2nd Place: Each team member will receive an uncut 3 x 3 sheet of Ultra Rares
3rd/4th Place: Each team member will receive an uncut 3 x 3 sheet of Super Rares

ATTACK OF THE GIANT CARD!!*

$24,000 COP

32

Advanced Format – Single-Elimination

2 Booster Packs

1st Place: Oversized Yu-Gi-Oh! Card

Structure Deck Tournament

$35,000 COP

8

Sealed Format – Single-Elimination (Ongoing)

1 Structure Deck

1st Place: Structure Deck Tournament Game Mat

Duelist League

$5,000 COP

8

Advanced Format – Swiss (No Playoff Cut)

1st Place: 2 Duelist League Rare Cards
2nd – 8th Place: 1 Duelist League Rare Card

Starter Deck Tournament

$35,000 COP

8

Sealed Format – Single-Elimination (Ongoing)

1 Starter Deck

1st Place: Starter Deck Tournament Game Mat

Ultimate Duelist Series (UDS) Qualifier

$24,000 COP

8

Advanced Format – Single-Elimination (Ongoing)

2 Booster Packs and 1 UDS Lanyard

1st Place: UDS Qualifier Winner Pin &
20 UDS Points

Win-A-Mat

$12,000 COP

8

Advanced Format – Single-Elimination (Ongoing)

1 Booster Pack

1st Place: Win-A-Mat Game Mat

Yu-Gi-Oh! Day  Tournament

$24,000 COP

16

Advanced Format – Single-Elimination

2 Booster Packs

1st Place: Yu-Gi-Oh! Day Game Mat
1st – 8th Place: Yu-Gi-Oh! Day Token

Public Events Playoff*

Free

4 per Playoff

Advanced Format – Single-Elimination

1st Place: Super Rare copy of the YCS prize card.

*Deck Lists Required

Q: What are the point values for the Public Events?

A:



Event

Participation Points

Additional Points for Winning

Dragon Duel

3

3

3 vs. 3 Team Dueling

2

2

ATTACK OF THE GIANT CARD!!

2

2

Battle City Tournament

2

2

Structure Deck Tournament

2

2

Regional Qualifier Flights

2

2

Starter Deck Tournament

2

2

Ultimate Duelist Series Qualifier

2

2

Win-A-Mat

1

1

Yu-Gi-Oh! Day Tournament

1

1

No Public Event Points are awarded for the following events:

South American World Championship Qualifier Main Event

South American Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier Main Event

Last Chance World Championship Qualifiers

Last Chance Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifiers

Duelist League

Duelists must be present for the start of the first round of each event for which they register, in order to receive the entry points. You cannot register in more than one event at a time. If you register for an event while you are still enrolled in a previous event, you will forfeit all Public Event points for all events in which you are simultaneously registered.

Q: What is the Public Events playoff?

A: The Public Events playoff gives 8 hopeful Duelists a chance to win their very own copy of the coveted YCS Prize Cards! There are two different playoffs, each of which awards the YCS Prize Cards to the winner.

Playoff 1: The four Duelists who have accumulated the highest number of Public Event points will play two rounds of single elimination to determine a winner, who will receive a Super Rare set of the YCS Prize Cards. In case of a points total tie, the selection will be made by random drawing from the tied competitors.

Playoff 2: Four names will be drawn at random from all Public Events entrants over the course of the weekend. These four competitors will then play two rounds of single elimination to determine a winner, who will receive a Super Rare set of the YCS Prize Cards.

Q: What is a Swiss Round Tournament?

A: Players are paired off based on each player’s win/loss record. Players are not eliminated when they lose a match during Swiss tournaments – instead, they will continue to be paired against players with similar records for all remaining rounds of the event.

Q: What is a Single-Elimination Tournament?

A: Half of the tournament is eliminated after each round – the losing player is out of the tournament, while the winner goes on to the next round. This continues until only one player remains, which is then declared the winner.

Q: How do I earn Ultimate Duelist Series Points?

A: Ultimate Duelist Series (UDS) Points are awarded based on participation and/or final standings:


Tournament

Points Awarded

Participate in Public Event UDS Qualifier

5 UDS Points

Participate in a Dragon Duel

5 UDS Points

Participate in the Yu-Gi-Oh! WCQ Main Event

5 UDS Points

Earn WCQ Invite at Regional or Dragon Duel

10 UDS Points

Reach the Top Cut at the Yu-Gi-Oh! WCQ

10 UDS Points

Win Public Event UDS Qualifier

20 UDS Points

Win Yu-Gi-Oh! WCQ

50 UDS Points

No UDS Points are awarded for the non-UDS Qualifier Public Events held at this event.

For more information about UDS Points and the Ultimate Duelist Series, visit: http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/ultimateduelist/index.html.

Q: What are the rules for the Last Chance WCQ?

A: The Last Chance WCQ are Advanced Format, Constructed, 16-player, Single-Elimination Events, where the top two will earn an invite to the WCQ and first place will receive one of the 2016 Regional game mats.

There is no age limit for Duelists that can participate in the Last Chance WCQ.

There is no limit on how many Last Chance WCQs a Duelist can enter.

A Deck List is required to participate in a Last Chance WCQ.

Only Duelists who do not already have an invite to the WCQ may participate in any Last Chance WCQ. Duelists who already have an invite and participate in a Last Chance WCQ will automatically lose their invite and will have to re-earn it to participate in the Main Event.

Q: What are the rules for the Last Chance Dragon Duel WCQ?

A: The Last Chance Dragon Duel WCQ are Advanced Format, Constructed, Swiss Events without a Top Cut playoff, where the Top 4 Duelists will earn an invite to the 2016 Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier held during the weekend and a Regional Game Mat of one of the 2016 Regional seasons.

Last Chance Dragon Duel WCQs are exclusive to Duelists born in 2003 or later.

Participants are required to provide proof of age in order to participate in the Last Chance Dragon Duel WCQ. Duelists must be born in 2003 or later at the time of the Last Chance Dragon Duel WCQ.

A minimum of four (4) Duelists is required to run a Last Chance Dragon Duel WCQ.

There is no limit on how many Last Chance Dragon Duel WCQs a Duelist can enter.

We will be holding two Last Chance Qualifiers on Friday, June 17th:

12:00 PM         Last Chance Dragon Duel WCQ #1              Free
2:00 PM           Last Chance Dragon Duel WCQ #2              Free

A Deck List is required to participate in a Last Chance Dragon Duel WCQ.

Only Duelists who do not already have an invite to the WCQ may participate in any Last Chance Dragon Duel WCQ. Duelists who already have an invite and participate in a Last Chance Dragon Duel WCQ will automatically lose their invite and will have to re-earn it to participate in the Dragon Duel Main Event.

Q: What is a Dragon Duel?

A: Dragon Duel tournaments are Sealed Format events exclusive to Duelists born in 2004 or later. Dragon Duels give a chance to earn an invite to the Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier.

The Dragon Duels will be Sealed Play using Battle Pack 3: Monster League.  Here are the rules for the Dragon Duel Sealed Play:

  • Each Dragon Duelist is given 10 sealed Battle Packs.
  • The Dragon Duelists then need to open all of the Battle Packs and separate the Xyz monsters from the rest of the cards.
  • The Dragon Duelists will then be given 20 minutes to look over their cards, build and sleeve their 40 card main Deck, should they choose to sleeve their deck, they must do so with tournament-legal sleeves.
  • Once steps 2 thru 4 are completed the Duelists then will play against their first round opponent in a best 2-out of-3 match. 

Deck Construction Rules

Main Deck Size (Minimum)

40 non-Xyz Monster Cards in Main Deck

Side Deck Size

All non-XYZ Monster Cards not in the Main Deck

Extra Deck Size

All Xyz Monster Cards

Forbidden/Limited List

No  Forbidden & Limited Card List is used

There is no entry fee for this Dragon Duel tournament. The Battle Pack participation product is provided at no cost by Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.

Participants are required to provide proof of age in order to participate in a Dragon Duel (Copy of Birth Certificate, Passport, etc).

Duelists must be born in 2004 or later.

A minimum of four (4) Duelists is required to run a Dragon Duel tournament.

A Deck List is required for participation into a Dragon Duel. Dragon Duel tournaments are considered to be Tier 2 events.

All Duelists who earn an invite to the Dragon Duel WCQ or their guardian must fill out a copy the 2017 WCQ Invite Form prior to receiving their prizes.  A valid e-mail address must be provided for either the Duelist or the guardian.

Q: What are the prizes for the Dragon Duel?

A: The Top 4 Duelists in a Dragon Duel tournament will receive an invite to the 2017 Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier of their Region, a Dragon Duel Champion Medal and Regional Game Mat.

The Top 4 Duelists’ guardians are required to complete and submit a WCQ Invite form on site. Prizes are not awarded until after the WCQ Invite forms have been completed and properly submitted.

Q: What are the rules for the 3 vs. 3 Team Dueling event?

A: The 3 vs. 3 Team Dueling event will be Advanced Format Constructed, with Swiss Rounds with no Playoff Cut and will use the Single-Elimination end of match procedure.

Players must use an uncut KDE Registration Form sheet to register for this event (3 Registration Forms per sheet). The top player is automatically Player A, the middle is Player B, and the bottom is Player C.

Player A is considered to be the Team Captain and is the primary point of contact in regards to administrative purposes.

Each team must register a Team Name. The Team Name must be written on the top of the Registration Form. Team Names may not be offensive or disrespectful in any manner. Event Staff reserve the right to request a new team name if they feel the name may be inappropriate.

Here are the basic rules:

  • When registering for the tournament, each team will designate one Duelist on the team to be Duelist A, one to be Duelist B, and one to be Duelist C.
    Team members must keep their team designation throughout the tournament.
  • At the start of the round, Duelist A will play against Duelist A, Duelist B will play against Duelist B, and Duelist C will play against Duelist C.  Team members play as individuals – they do not share cards, Decks, Life Points, etc.
  • All members of the team will play a best 2 out of 3 match.
  • The team with the most Match wins gets the win for the round.

Example of play:

Team 1 (Duelist A1, Duelist B1, and Duelist C1) and Team 2 (Duelist A2, Duelist B2, and Duelist C2) play each other in Round 1.

  • Duelist A1 sits across from Duelist A2, and they play each other, best 2 out of 3.
  • Duelist B1 sits across from Duelist B2, and they play each other, best 2 out of 3.
  • Duelist C1 sits across from Duelist C2, and they play each other, best 2 out of 3.

At the end of the Round, the teams compare Match wins.

  • Duelist A1 won the Match against Duelist A2.
  • Duelist B1 won the Match against Duelist B2.
  • Duelist C1 lost the Match against Duelist C2.

Since Team 1 has 2 Match wins, Team 1 wins the round.

Q: What are the rules for the Starter Deck Tournament?

A:

  • The 8 Duelists are seated across from their first round opponent.
  • Each Duelist is then randomly given 1 sealed Starter Deck.
  • The Duelists will then be given 10 minutes to look over their cards and sleeve their main Deck, should they choose to do so, with tournament-legal sleeves.
  • Once steps 2 and 3 are completed the Duelists then will play against their first round opponent in a best 2-out of-3 match. 

Deck Construction Rules

Main Deck Size

All 50 Cards in the Starter Deck

Forbidden/Limited List

The Advanced Format list does not apply.

Q: What are the rules for the Structure Deck Tournament?

A:

  • The 8 Duelists are seated across from their first round opponent.
  • Each Duelist is then given 1 sealed Structure Deck.
  • The Duelists then need to open the Structure Deck and will then be given 10 minutes to look over their cards and sleeve their main Deck, should they choose to do so, with tournament-legal sleeves.
  • Once steps 2 and 3 are completed the Duelists then will play against their first round opponent in a best 2-out of-3 match. 
  • This tournament is Single-Elimination.

Deck Construction Rules

Main Deck Size

All 40 Cards from Structure Deck

Extra Deck Size

All Xyz Monster Cards (if applicable)

Forbidden/Limited List

The Advanced Format list does not apply.

Q: What is the Duelist League and what are the rules?

A: The Duelist League is intended for younger Duelists or Duelists that are not familiar with Yu-Gi-Oh! tournaments.  The Duelist League gives them a chance to experience tournament play without all the pressures found in higher level tournaments.

The Duelist League is an Advanced Format, Constructed event with 3 Rounds of Swiss with no Top Cut. At the end of the rounds of Swiss the Duelist ranked in 1st place will get to choose 2 Duelist League Rare cards from a random assortment.  Then from order of 2nd to 8th place those Duelists will get to choose 1 Duelist League Rare card.

 


Card Legality

Q: What cards are legal for play?

A: Please check the “Products” page online at http://www.yugioh-card.com/lat-am/products/ for the most current legality dates of Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG product releases, prior to preparing your Deck for the event.

Also check this link for the current legality of all promotional cards http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/gameplay/cardlegality.html.

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. Translations do not have to be a local language version of the card. An official translation written down or printed is acceptable. If you want to use a local language version of the card as your translation, you must keep that card outside of your Deck box. For English or Spanish language cards, you are not required to have an official translation.

 


Travel

Q: What is the closest airport to the South American World Championship Qualifier?

A:   El Dorado International Airport– Bogota, Colombia

Q: What’s the best way to get to the tournament from the airport?

A: Regulated taxis. You first have to search for a stand where you will have to point out your destination and then they will print out a ticket indicating the price you will have to pay, this stand is located right after exiting customs to your right hand side. Then, pick up a taxi from the line and explain to the driver your destination. At the end of the journey you will have to pay ONLY what is printed out in the ticket. The typical price will range from COP20,000 up to COP35,000.

Taxi fare to the venue will cost around $39,000 COP (13USD).

Q: Are there any nearby hotels?

A:

Hotel Name

Website

Phone Number

Address

Círculo de Suboficiales de las Fuerzas Militares

http://www.circulodesuboficiales.com

(571)  593 99 00

Calle 138 # 55-38

El Niza Norte Bed & Breakfast

http://www.nizanorte.com

(571) 7512626

Calle 127D # 71-25,

Hotel Calleja Suites

http://www.hotelcallejasuites.com

(571) 6485277

Carrera 21 127-68

Hotel Casa Gaia

http://www.gaiacasaboutique.com

(571) 602 4481

Calle 121 No. 7a- 66 Usaquén

El Hostal Campobello

www.campobello.hostel.com

(571 ) 2570489

Cra 45a # 104a - 13

El Hostal Bogotá Real

http://www.hostalbogotareal.com

(571) 6348094

Calle 103 B # 46-05

Hotel Casa La Riviera

http://hotelcasalariviera.com

(571) 620 5670

Calle 103 #11B-26

Casa Hostal Norte

http://www.casahostalnorte.com

(57 1) 2267439

Carrera 64 No 103C - 43

 


Miscellaneous

Q: I want to judge at the WCQ, instead of competing as a player – how can I volunteer?

A: If you’re interested in judging at the WCQ, please email KDE’s Judge Manager at us-judgesupport@konami.com.  We are always on the lookout for judges – please provide your full name, contact information including email and phone number, and a description of your previous judging experience. You can also request to be added to the KDE Judge Roster, which will enable you to receive additional information and updates about the Judge Program. Event Managers are not responsible for organizing the judge staff, so you will need to contact KDE directly if you want to judge.

Potential judges are required to have passed the online Rulings Comprehension Level 1 test and joined the KDE Judge Program in order to be eligible to judge at these prestigious events. You can find information about the test, and a link to take it, here: http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/judges/index.html

Q: Will there be vendors on site so I can buy single cards and supplies and sell my cards?

A: There will be a number of vendors present, selling single cards, sealed product, and card supplies such as sleeves and deck boxes.  Vendors will also be buying cards on site.

Q: Can I buy and sell from other people at the event?

A: Duelists are not allowed to buy or sell from one another at the WCQ. If you do so, you risk incurring penalties, including being disqualified and removed from the event. 

Q: Can I get a COSSY ID number at the WCQ or will I need to have one before I attend the event?

A: If you are only participating in Public Events, then if you do not have a COSSY ID number, you can get one at the event.  If you have already received an invite to the WCQ, then you must bring your existing COSSY ID number.  If you do not remember your COSSY ID number for the Main Event, we will be able to retrieve it for you at registration.  Please have a valid photo ID with you at time of registration.

Q: I want to vend at the WCQ, who should I contact?

A: Vending space is available free of charge, but is only available to Official Tournament Stores in good standing. Vendors must meet certain requirements and agree to abide by set guidelines. Interested vendors should email la-opsupport@konami.com with the header “Request to Vend at [name and location of event].”  Vendors will be required to complete and submit an application for each event at which they wish to vend.   Keep in mind that KDE handles the applications for vending, and not the Event Manager.

Cash transactions with anyone other than an approved vendor at an approved location are prohibited at the WCQ .  Attendees who conduct cash transactions selling ANYTHING to anyone other than an approved vendor at the WCQ risk penalties including disqualification and expulsion from the venue.

Q: Where can I get food and drinks during the tournament?

A: There will be restaurants at the venue, but there are many options within walking distance of the venue.

Q: Do I require a visa to enter Colombia?

A: The following countries DO NOT need a visa to enter Colombia, only a valid passport is required.  Please note, if your country of citizenship is not listed below, please contact your local Colombian consulate or embassy for further details.

  • European Union / EFTA
  •   Andorra
  •   Antigua and Barbuda
  •   Argentina
  •   Australia
  •   Azerbaijan
  •   Bahamas
  •   Barbados
  •   Belize
  •   Bhutan
  •   Bolivia
  •   Brazil
  •   Brunei
  •   Canada
  •   Chile
  •   Costa Rica
  •   Dominican Republic
  •   Dominica
  •   Ecuador
  •   El Salvador
  •   Fiji
  •   Georgia
  •   Grenada
  •   Guatemala
  •   Guyana
  •   Honduras
  •   Hong Kong
  •   Indonesia
  •   Israel
  •   Jamaica
  •   Japan
  •   Kazakhstan
  •   Malaysia
  •   Marshall Islands
  •   Mexico
  •   Monaco
  •  Micronesia
  •   New Zealand
  •   Palau
  •   Panama
  •   Papua New Guinea
  •   Paraguay
  •   Peru
  •   Philippines
  •   Russia
  •   Saint Kitts and Nevis
  •   Saint Lucia
  •   Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  •   Samoa
  •   San Marino
  •   Singapore
  •   SMOM
  •   Solomon Islands
  •   South Africa
  •   South Korea
  •   Suriname
  •   Taiwan
  •   Trinidad and Tobago
  •   Turkey
  •   United Arab Emirates
  •   United States
  •   Uruguay
  •   Vatican City
  •   Venezuela

Q: What items are prohibited at the South American WCQ?

A: Attendees may not bring any items into the tournament venue that are prohibited by law in their area (local, state, or federal). In addition, unlawful items/transactions, weapons of any kind, and substance drugs which may be illegal on a local, state, and/or federal level, are not allowed at Sanctioned/Official events. Attendees who bring any such items to a tournament venue will incur penalties, including Disqualification and removal from the event, and risk suspension from KDE Organized Play.

The use of electronic and/or vapor cigarettes are not permitted on the tournament floor at any Sanctioned/Official events, or in areas designated for tournament attendees.

 


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