Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2019

The World Championship 2019, Dragon Duel World Championship 2019 and Duel Links World Championship 2019 were held on the 10 – 11 August 2018 at Berlin, Germany.

Featuring 28 duelists for the main event, 12 duelists for Dragon Duel, and 20 duelists for Duel Links, these duelists will compete for the title of the 2019 World Champion, 2019 Dragon Duel World Champion and 2019 Duel Links World Champion.

Duelists in the main event and Dragon Duel have to build their decks following the World Championship 2019 Forbidden and Limited List.

 

World Championship 2019

1st Japan Kosaka Kouki Salamangreat
2nd Taiwan Wang Chia Ching Salamangreat
3rd Panama Angel Fernando Ovalle Rivera Salamangreat
4th USA Dakota Clint Angeloff Crusadia Chaos Thunder Dragon
5 – 8th United Kingdom Jake Quinsee Salamangreat
Japan Tsukimitsu Kohei Trickstar
Sweden Herman Hansson Thunder Dragon
France Samir Bachar Salamangreat
9 – 28th Germany Jonas Koschel Thunder Dragon
Australia Onur Gezer Salamangreat
Germany Joshua Schmidt Thunder Dragon
France Gabriel Soussi Salamangreat
USA Raymond Young Dai
Philippines Angelino Espiritu Salamangreat
USA Manav Dawar Sky Striker
Australia Charles Loo Salamangreat
Canada Gabriel Antonio Vargas Salamangreat
USA Wei Li Crusadia Chaos Thunder Dragon
Japan Yamagishi Kotaro Lunalight
South Korea Eun Duhyeon
Netherlands Raphaël Neven Crusadia
Canada Jesse Dean Kotton Thunder Dragon
USA Charley Futch III Salamangreat
Panama Galileo De Obaldia Thunder Dragon
Brazil Michel Verissimo Da Silva Luiz
Japan Murakoshi Kei
Ecuador Nicolas Miguel Vera Avila Salamangreat
Philippines Louren Vidad Altergeist

2019 World Champion
Kosaka Kouki (Japan)

 

Dragon Duel World Championship 2019

1st Taiwan Sun Shang En Salamangreat
2nd Denmark Vitus Krogh Salamangreat
3rd Germany Eric Töpel Salamangreat
4th Japan Aotsuka Takuma Windwitch Da Eiza
5 – 8th Japan Katada Hikaru
Mexico Victor Alfonso Gonzalez Martinez True Draco
USA Jacob Elson
Peru Diego Orlando Romero Hernandez Salamangreat
9 – 12th Germany Felix Rau Mythical Beast Endymion Magician
Australia Timothy Newton
South Korea Kim Seojin
USA Lucas Oswald Crusadia Chaos Thunder Dragon

2019 Dragon Duel World Champion
Sun Shang En (Taiwan)

 

Duel Links World Championship 2019

1st Japan Kobayashi Shuhei
“コバヤシ”
Blue Eyes (Ishizu Ishtar: Sealed Tombs)
Six Samurai (Jaden Yuki: The Tie that Binds)
Desperado Machine (Sartorius Kumar: Master of Destiny)
Magnet Warrior (Yugi Muto: Access Denied)
Crystron (Mako Tsunami: Mythic Depths)
2nd Japan Hamada Takahiro
“あれ。”
Six Samurai (Lumis and Umbra: Light and Dark)
Desperado Cyberdark (Sartorius Kumar: Master of Destiny)
Triamid (Dr. Vellian Crowler: Balance)
Magnet Warrior (Yugi Muto: The Tie that Binds)
Neo (Jaden Yuki: Neo Space!)
3rd Japan Nitta Masaaki
“まあ”
4th Brazil Rafael José Rodrigues de Souza
“Zeeta”
5 – 8th USA Andy Tsang
“AndyTsang”
Japan Matsumura Takuma
“松”
Germany Andreas Gerlach
“Suhnrysanti”
Triamid (Ishizu Ishtar: Balance)
Six Samurai (Lumis and Umbra: Light and Dark)
Desperado Machine (Sartorius Kumar: Master of Destiny)
Silent Magician Spellbook (Yugi Muto: The Tie that Binds)
Ancient Gear Magnet Warrior (Dr. Vellian Crowler: Middle Age Mechs)
Germany Raschad Weikaemper
“RaW”
Desperado Cyberdark (Bandit Keith: Switcheroo)
Desperado Machine (Sartorius Kumar: Master of Destiny)
Six Samurai (Jack Atlas: Beatdown)
Ancient Gear (Dr. Vellian Crowler: Middle Age Mechs)
Magnet Warrior (Yugi Muto: The Tie that Binds)
9 – 20th Japan Shimomura Naoya
“しもん”
Japan Kitahata Ryoichi
“(TsunTsun”
Japan Aoyama Yuya
“March”
USA Jason Chu
“Jason”
USA Robert Tanney
“Dkayed”
Subterror (Paradox Brothers: Labyrinth Builder)
Six Samurai (Lumis and Umbra: Light and Dark)
Triamid (Ishizu Ishtar: Balance)
Magnet Warrior (Yugi Muto: The Tie that Binds)
Ancient Gear (Dr. Vellian Crowler: Middle Age Mechs)
Spain Alberto Aguado
“φBelbanφ”
Germany Eugen Heidt
“Eugen”
Triamid (Ishizu Ishtar: Balance)
Six Samurai (Lumis and Umbra: Light and Dark)
Metaphys (Seto Kaiba: Heavy Starter)
Silent Magician Spellbook (Yugi Muto: The Tie that Binds)
Desperado Cyberdark (Bandit Keith: Switcheroo)
Egypt Mohamed Hassaan
“Nightingale”
South Korea Lee Jong-Hwan
“Yukoo”
Brazil Vinicius Henrique Manhaes Poiatti
“FM Vino”
Brazil Eduardo Augusto Marangoni De Vasconcelos
“Eduu16”
Blue Eyes (Ishizu Ishtar: Sealed Tombs)
Silent Magician Spellbook (Lumis and Umbra: Light and Dark)
Triamid (Yami Yugi: Balance)
Buster Blader (Sartorius Kumar: Master of Destiny)
Subterror (Odion: Chain Reaction)
Hong Kong Chun Man Poon
“Raymond”

2019 Duel Links World Champion
Kobayashi Shuhei “コバヤシ” (Japan)

 

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