Coverage of the final of the eTCG.de Pro Challenge|Coverage des Finales der eTCG.de Pro Challenge


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This past weekend, the final of the eTCG.de Pro Challenge was held. It was a unique tournament in a couple of ways:

  • It was the first time a “normal Tournament Organizer” (not the distributor of the game) was running a series of nationwide qualifiers for an event.
  • Lots of great prizes were given out, comparable to those of a Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series!
  • The tournament was making use of the new restricted and limited list, making it the first major tournament to be played in that format.
  • It was an event series that received heavy promotion from eTCG.de – closing the gap between online and offline.

A little more than 110 players showed up, less than expected, but not bad nonetheless. An additional 70 players showed up for the side events alone, a lot more than expected! All in all, we were pleased with the attendance.

I was responsible for the live coverage of the event. I wrote a number of articles, focusing on deck features and opinions on the new format. I think you’ll certainly be able to get some ideas on what to play for the Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series that will be held in 4 weeks.

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Be sure to also check out my Twitter feed. I tagged most posts with the “#EPC” hash-tag. Here’s a quick link to a Twitter search for Tweets with that particular hash tag. Meanwhile, all the videos were uploaded on YouTube.com. Be sure to check those out as well!

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As you can see, there’s quite some stuff to discover. The tournament was a great success and we all had a blast. I hope I was able to transfer that into the coverage. Feedback’s appreciated!

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