Yu-Gi-Oh! Montreal Regional.

Otakuthon 2020 – Promotion
2020/08/15
Premier Event – Dimension Force – Verdun
2022/05/08
When:
2022/04/24 all-day
2022-04-24T00:00:00-04:00
2022-04-25T00:00:00-04:00
Where:
Centre Sheraton Montreal
1201 René-Lévesque Blvd W Montreal QC H3B 2L7
Cost:
31
Contact:
Gamekeeper Verdun
438-381-1010

YU-GI-OH! REGIONAL MONTREAL

Dimanche 24 avril – Sunday April 24th

Centre Sheraton Montreal

1201 René-Lévesque Blvd W, Montreal QC, H3B 2L7

RESTRICTIONS COVID RESTRICTIONS:
– Tous les participants devront porter un masque chirurgical en tout temps. All participants will need to wear a surgical mask at all time
– Si pour des raisons médicales vous ne pouvez recevoir le Vaccin contre la COVID-19 : une attestation d’un resultat négatif dans les 24 heures précédentes peut être fourni. Attendees who are unable to receive a COVID-19 vaccine due to a medical condition must instead show proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 24 hours of the event.
– Une preuve vaccinale minimale d’une dose doit être fournie. Proof of at least 1 dose of vaccine must be provided
– Des masques disponible sur place au coût de 1$. Masks available at venue for 1$

 

Inscriptions sur place: 9h à 9h45
Début: 10h00
Coût: 31$, inclus 5 boosters avec l’inscription.
Format: Advanced, Swiss Rounds, chaque joueur a besoin de son propre deck pour participer.

Onsite Registration: 9AM-9h45AM
Start: 10h00
Cost: 31$, 5 booster packs given with registration!
Format: Advanced, Swiss Rounds, Each player needs their own deck to compete.

DECKLIST OBLIGATOIRE/MANDATORY DECKLIST: https://bit.ly/3jkFwRM

Win-a-Mat:

Playmat exclusif au gagnant
Inscriptions: début de la 3ieme ronde
Coût: $19, 3 boosters à l’inscription

Dragon Duel:

Offert aux duelistes nés en 2008 ou plus

Prix: 1ere place – Regional Game Mat.
Les joueurs Top 4 reçoivent un chandail Dragon Duel.
Coût: gratuit
Début 10h

Win-a-Mat:

Exclusive Mat for the Winner
Registration Start after round 3 of the Regional Event
Cost: $19, 3 boosters with registration

Dragon Duel:

Registration: 9h45 Start: 10h00

Dragon Duel tournaments are Advanced Format, Constructed events. Dragon Duel tournaments are exclusive to Duelists born 2010 or later, with the top 4 participants earning 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 at a Regional Qualifier is Free.

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

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

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

The Top 4 Duelists in a Dragon Duel tournament or their guardian must fill out a copy the 2019

WCQ Invite Form prior to receiving their prizes. A valid e-mail address must be provided for either the Duelist or the guardian.

Dragon Duel Prizes:

The 1st Ranked Duelist at the end of Swiss will receive a Regional Game Mat.

Top 4 Duelists in a Dragon Duel tournament will receive a Dragon Duel shirt.

Top 4 Duelists earn an invite to the Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier for their Region. Regardless of attendance, only four (4) invites are awarded for a Dragon Duel tournament at a Regional Qualifier.

 

Détails de l'événement - Details for this event

Prix

Les joueurs du Top 8 reçoivent chacun un WCQ Regional Game Mat
Les joueurs du Top 4 reçoivent également une deck box Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Card.

Les invitations pour le World Championship Qualifier seront remises selon le nombre de participants, à la fin des rondes suisses. Les invitations seront remises aux meilleurs joueurs, selon les standings, du premier jusqu’au nombre de joueurs spécifié, basé sur le nombre de participants:
4 – 49: 4 Invitations
50 – 99: 8 Invitations
100 – 149: 16 Invitations
150 – 199: 24 Invitations

Nombre de rondes

Nombre de rondes suisses selon le nombre de participants
4 – 8: 3 rondes suisses
9 – 16: 4 rondes suisses
17 – 32: 5 rondes suisses
33 – 64: 6 rondes suisses
65 – 128: 7 rondes suisses
129 – 256: 8 rondes suisses

Informations supplémentaires

All Duelists participating in a Regional Qualifier must turn in a completed Deck List in order to participate. Please check with the onsite Tournament Organizer for additional information in regards to the Deck List collection process. Duelists can download the official KDE Deck List at http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/events/forms/KDE_DeckList.pdf. Duelists are encouraged to complete their Deck List before arriving at the Tournament by using the downloadable KDE Deck List and typing out all of the necessary information in the editable fields on the form.

Cards printed for Asian markets are not legal for play in TCG tournaments.
You can 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, kept outside of your Deck, when asked to do so by an opponent or tournament official.

Have a Deck that meets the current Advanced Format criteria.
Have a COSSY ID number (obtainable at the event) and be in good standing.
Have read and understood the following documents. These documents can be found at http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/gameplay/
KDE Official TRADING CARD GAME Tournament Policy
KDE Official Penalty Guidelines
Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME Official Rulebook

Prizes

In addition to the five (5) booster packs each Duelist receives upon entering the tournament, prize distribution will be as follows:

  • Top 8 Duelists each receive a WCQ Regional Game Mat.
  • Top 4 Duelists also receive a Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Deck Box
  • Invites to the 2019 World Championship Qualifier, depending upon the total registration of the event.

4 – 49: 4 Invites
50 – 99: 8 Invites
100 – 149: 16 Invites

Swiss Rounds for the 2019 Regionals Qualifier Season

Number of Participants*

Number of Swiss Rounds

Playoff Top Cut
4 – 8 3 Rounds of Swiss

None

9 – 16 4 Rounds of Swiss

None

17 – 32 5 Rounds of Swiss

None

33 – 64 6 Rounds of Swiss

None

65 – 128 7 Rounds of Swiss

None

129-256 8 Rounds of Swiss None

All Duelists participating in a Regional Qualifier must turn in a completed Deck List in order to participate. Please check with the onsite Tournament Organizer for additional information in regards to the Deck List collection process. Duelists can download the official KDE Deck List at http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/events/forms/KDE_DeckList.pdf. Duelists are encouraged to complete their Deck List before arriving at the Tournament by using the downloadable KDE Deck List and typing out all of the necessary information in the editable fields on the form.

Cards printed for Asian markets are not legal for play in TCG tournaments.
You can 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, kept outside of your Deck, when asked to do so by an opponent or tournament official.

Have a Deck that meets the current Advanced Format criteria.
Have a COSSY ID number (obtainable at the event) and be in good standing.
Have read and understood the following documents. These documents can be found at http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/gameplay/
KDE Official TRADING CARD GAME Tournament Policy
KDE Official Penalty Guidelines
Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME Official Rulebook

 

Need more information? http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/events/regionalsfaq.html