Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2018

The World Championship 2018, Dragon Duel World Championship 2018 and Duel Links World Championship 2018 were held on the 4 – 5 August 2018 at Chiba, Japan.

Featuring 28 duelists for the main event, 12 duelists for Dragon Duel, and 16 duelists for Duel Links, these duelists will compete for the title of the 2018 World Champion, 2018 Dragon Duel World Champion and 2018 Duel Links World Champion.

Duelists in the main event and Dragon Duel have to build their decks following the World Championship 2018 Forbidden and Limited List.

 

World Championship 2018

1st Taiwan Wang Chia Ching Trickstar
2nd Australia Bohdan Temnyk Altergeist
3rd Italy Francesco Simoncelli Gouki
4th Korea Jung Seung-Chul Sky Striker
5 – 8th Canada Jesse Kotton Gouki
Japan Arikawa Ryuhei Altergeist
Japan Hasegawa Akira Sky Striker Malicious Gouki
Panama Galileo De Obaldia Gouki
9 – 28th Canada Ryan Yu
Germany Joshua Schmidt
Australia Poe Jiang Sky Striker Trickstar
Japan Tsujimura Ryosuke Altergeist
Japan Hinkinson Louis Takashi Sky Striker
Mexico Roger Guzman
Malaysia Low Weng Fong Sky Striker
Japan Okamoto Taishi
United States Brian Rayos
Peru Jeferson Salas
Mexico Alejandro Garcia
United Kingdom Darren Stephenson
United Kingdom Luke Parkes
Italy Matteo Mordanini
Canada Isaiah Joseph
Canada Gabriel Vargas Gouki
France Loan Cite-Mielle Gouki
United States Ryan Levine
United States Walter Jule Paleozoic
Japan Kagei Ryota

2018 World Champion
Wang Chia Ching (Taiwan)

 

Dragon Duel World Championship 2018

1st United States Charley Futch III Gouki
2nd Germany Kai Heidinger Gouki
3rd Japan Shitagaki Naoki Altergeist
4th Korea Kim Kyong-Min Altergeist
5 – 8th Peru Diego Romero Gouki
New Zealand James English Gouki
Japan Koizumi Yuto Sky Striker
Japan Kaneta Ryo
9 – 12th United States William Candia
Taiwan Wu Hung Wei Altergeist
Mexico Alan Martinez
Germany Aidan Appel

2018 Dragon Duel World Champion
Charley Futch III (USA)

 

Duel Links World Championship 2018

1st Japan Hamada Takahiro
“あれ。”
Spellbook (Arkana: Show of Nightmares)
Fur Hire (Seto Kaiba: Beatdown)
Amazoness (Odion: Endless Trap Hell)
Masked HERO (Aster Phoenix: Destiny Calling)
Geargia Roid (Syrus Truesdale: Fusion Reserves – Roids)
2nd Brazil Junior Silva
“N. DO ZAP”
Fur Hire (Seto Kaiba: Beatdown)
Spellbook (Bandit Keith: Switcheroo)
Noble Knight (Yami Yugi: Balance)
Geargia Roid (Syrus Truesdale: Fusion Reserves – Roids)
Amazoness (Odion: Endless Trap Hell)
3rd Chile Patricio
“Xixo”
Spellbook (Bandit Keith: Switcheroo)
Amazoness (Odion: Endless Trap Hell
Fur Hire (Seto Kaiba: Beatdown)
Masked HERO (Aster Phoenix: Destiny Calling)
Geargia Roid (Syrus Truesdale: Fusion Reserves – Roids)
4th Israel Roy Svinik
“Jenkins”
Fur Hire (Vellian Crowler: Beatdown)
Spellbook (Bandit Keith: Switcheroo)
Masked HERO (Jaden Yuki: The Tie that Binds)
Amazoness (Odion: Endless Trap Hell
Geargia Roid (Syrus Truesdale: Fusion Reserves – Roids)
5 – 15th Canada Alex Cheung
“machdragon”
USA Jason Chu
“Jason”
United Kingdom Charlie Whyborne
“Whybona”
Italy Marjo Jahaj
“Koizumi”
Japan Kitahata Ryoichi
“CwC/TsunTsun”
New Zealand Timmy Chiew
“Timmy”
USA Josh Cooper
“beekay”
Brazil Rafael Jose
“Zeeta”
Japan Yamamoto Riki
“わんぱくちゃん”
Korea Lee Yeom-Jun
“DeckMaker”
Indonesia Warizmi Thayib
“silentlofd”
DQ Portugal Miguel Alberto
Moura Azevedo
“MiguelJoker”

2018 Duel Links World Champion
Hamada Takahiro “あれ。” (Japan)

 

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4 Responses

  1. Dial-Y-For-Yugioh says:

    What did he get DQ for?

  2. xplay10 says:

    He made a rape joke live on twitch during their downtime, and may even get further punished for both not apologizing about it and making more jokes about the matter on his Facebook profile.

  3. lol says:

    poor guy shouldn’t have gotten dqd for that lul its just a joke. also he definitely shouldn’t apologize for it either

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