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Konami Presents:
The Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME Extravaganza Mega Game Experience – FAQ
UPDATED: 1/23/2018
When:
Feb 24 - 25, 2018
Where:
Expo Reforma
Av. Morelos 67, Juarez. 06600, Mexico City, Mexico

Extravaganza Information

  • What happens at a Yu-Gi-Oh! Extravaganza event?
  • Where and when is the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Extravaganza Mega Game Experience?
  • Will I need a badge to play at the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Extravaganza Mega Game Experience?
  • Who should I contact if I have questions about Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Extravaganza Mega Game Experience?
  • What is the Schedule for Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Extravaganza Mega Game Experience?
  • What is a Swiss Round Tournament?
  • What is a Single-Elimination Tournament?
  • What is a Dragon Duel?
  • What are the prizes for the Dragon Duel?
  • What are the rules for the Structure Deck Tournament?
  • What are the rules for the Starter Deck Tournament?
  • What is the Duelist League and what are the rules?

Q: What happens at a Yu-Gi-Oh! Extravaganza event?
A: At a Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME Extravaganza, there is no large main tournament - instead, Duelists will enjoy a variety of official Konami Public Events, such as 16-Player Regional Qualifiers, Win-A-Mats, Sealed events, UDS Qualifiers, Yu-Gi-Oh! Day and Dragon Duels.  Duelists participating in the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Extravaganza will have the chance to win an exclusive Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Extravaganza Game Mat.

Seating space, badge requirements and event times will vary from convention to convention.  Keep watching www.yugioh-card/com/en/events for additional conventions and dates, along with FAQs for each Extravaganza!

Q: Where and when is the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Extravaganza Mega Game Experience?
A:           
Mega Game Experience (Mexico City, Mexico) – February 24th – 25th 2018
Expo Reforma
Av. Morelos 67, Juarez. 06600
Mexico City, Mexico
http://www.megaxp.com.mx/

Q: Will I need a badge to play at the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Extravaganza Mega Game Experience?
A: Yes, a badge will be required to enter the convention where the Extravaganza is taking place.  Entry fee to the convention will cost approximately $5.00USD.  With this entry fee you will receive a badge giving you access to the convention including the Extravaganza.   When you sign up for the first constructed tournament at the Extravaganza, the entry fee for that tournament will be waived to help offset the cost of your entry (participation packs will not be awarded for the tournament for which the entry fee is waived).

Q: Who should I contact if I have questions about Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Extravaganza Mega Game Experience?

A: Name: Francisco Infante
E-mail: francisco.infante@devir.com      

Q: What is the schedule for Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Extravaganza Mega Game Experience?
A:
Saturday, Feb 24th    

10:00 AM and 3:00 PM

2018 Regional Qualifiers (16-player flights)   

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (ongoing)

Duelist League (8-Player Flights)

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (ongoing)

Structure Deck Tournament (8-player flights) 

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (ongoing)

Starter Deck Tournament (8-player flights) 

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (ongoing)

Win-A-Mat (8-Player flights)

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (ongoing)

Ultimate Duelist Series Qualifier (8-Player Flights)

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (ongoing)

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

3:00 PM

Dragon Duel Tournament (Born 2005 or later)

Sunday, Feb 25th  

10:00 AM and 3:00 PM

2018 Regional Qualifiers (16-player flights)   

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (ongoing)

Duelist League (8-Player Flights)

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (ongoing) 

Structure Deck Tournament (8-player flights) 

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (ongoing)

Starter Deck Tournament (8-player flights) 

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (ongoing)

Win-A-Mat (8-Player flights)

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (ongoing)

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

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (ongoing)

Ultimate Duelist Series Qualifier (8-Player Flights)

3:00 PM

Dragon Duel Tournament (Born 2005 or later)



Name

Entry Fee**

# of Participants

Format

Participation Prizing

Prizing

16 Player 2018 Regional Qualifiers*

180 Mexican Pesos

16

Advanced Format – Single-Elimination (Ongoing)

2 Booster Packs

1st Place: An invite to the 2018 World Championship Qualifier, Regional Deck Box, and  Regional Game Mat

Structure Deck Tournament

200 Mexican Pesos

8

Sealed Format – Single-Elimination (Ongoing)

1 Structure Deck

1st Place: Structure Deck Tournament Game Mat

Starter Deck Tournament

200 Mexican Pesos

8

Sealed Format – Single-Elimination (Ongoing)

1 Starter Deck

1st Place: Starter Deck Tournament Game Mat

Duelist League

40 Mexican Pesos

8

Advanced Format – Swiss (No Playoff Cut)

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

Dragon Duel*

Free

Unlimited

Advanced Format – Swiss (No Playoff Cut)

1 Score Pad

Refer to What are the prizes for the Dragon Duel? section for prize information.

Ultimate Duelist Series (UDS) Qualifier

180 Mexican Pesos

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

90 Mexican Pesos

8

Advanced Format – Single-Elimination (Ongoing)

1 Booster Pack

1st Place: Win-A-Mat Game Mat

Yu-Gi-Oh! Day  Tournament

180 Mexican Pesos

16

Advanced Format – Single-Elimination

2 Booster Packs

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

*Deck Lists are required.

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: What is a Dragon Duel?
A: Dragon Duel tournaments are exclusive to Duelists born before a certain calendar year, with the calendar year requirement moving forward after the World Championship each year. The current year requirement is for Duelists born in 2005 or later.

Dragon Duel tournaments are Advanced Format, Constructed events exclusive to Duelists born in 2005 or later. Dragon Duels give a chance to earn an invite to the Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier. It is run using Swiss Rounds without a Top Cut playoff.

Entry for a Dragon Duel tournament is Free

Participants are required to provide proof of age in order to participate in a Dragon Duel. Duelists must be born in 2005 or later.

A minimum of (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.

Duelists who earn an invite in a Dragon Duel tournament or their guardian must fill out a copy the 2018 WCQ Invite Form prior to receiving their prizes.

Q: What are the prizes for the Dragon Duel?
A: Top 4 Duelists in a Dragon Duel tournament will receive a Regional Game Mat, and a Regional Deck Box.

In addition to the prizes listed above, Invites are awarded in the Dragon Duel for the Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier based off of attendance, with the top ranking Duelists after the final round of Swiss earning an invite to the Dragon Duel WCQ.

 

Number of Dragon Duelers

# of Invites

4 – 8

4 Invites

9 – 16

8 Invites

17 – 32

12 Invites

33 – 64

16 Invites

65 +

20 Invites

Duelists 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 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 Extra  Deck Cards (if applicable)

Forbidden/Limited List

The Advanced Format list does not apply.

 

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 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 Main Deck Cards

Extra Deck Size

All Extra Deck 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.

 


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