Finals: Michel Grüner (Germany) vs. Peter Groß (Austria)
[b][i]IT ALL COMES DOWN TO THIS![/b][/i]
Peter Groß, a two-time YCS Winner, including the first ever Sealed YCS, will now have to go up against Michel Grüner, a National and European champion as well as the first European YCS winner and videogame World Champion. We last saw him at this year’s European Championship where he advanced all the way to the finals after a brief hiatus from the game, only losing to Chris Bountaloudis, the currently reigning European Champion.
Let’s not waste any more time and see how this will go. Both players have shuffled their Decks carefully which means it’s now TIME TO DUEL!
Meet Our Public Events Random Playoff Winner: Oliver Lukenda!
Public Events have now come to a conclusion here at YCS Brussels and the only piece of unfinished business we have to attend to is the playoffs! One is random and anyone who has entered a Public Event over the weekend could be called up – and one is based on the number of events you’ve won over the two days. The random playoff was first to conclude and here is your winner, Oliver Lukenda! Let’s find out a little more about his journey to a copy of .Back to all news
We have a winner at the Public Events Playoffs!
The Public Events Playoffs finals saw Arman Haji-Gassemi, our Attack of the Giant Card! winner, with his Evilswarm Deck versus Fabio, our Dragon Duel winner, with his Mini Mermail Deck. The Public Events Playoff selects the best of the best from all the Public Events ran at YCS Brussels and pits them against each other. They’ve worked hard to get where they are today and, at only 12 years old, I can reveal that it is Fabio that has won!
Top 4: Soner Güngör (Deutschland) vs Peter Groß (Austria)
We have made it to the top four – only two matches remain until we crown a victor here in Brussels. Our feature match for the round brings you two players that I am sure need no introduction – but are going to get one anyway. Peter Groß was the winner of YCS Sheffield – the first ever sealed YCS. This proves one thing: he is [i]really[/i] good at playing sealed. His opponent and good friend Soner Güngör has a whole heap of achievements under his belt but has never clinched a YCS. Could this be the one? Let’s find out!Back to all news
We have a winner at the YCS Trial!
Looking away from the main event for a moment we find the YCS Trial running alongside it. This event gives players a chance to win travel and accommodation to an upcoming YCS such as London or Turin! It’s a little different from the main event however, as this is not sealed, it’s Advanced Constructed! The trial winner this time round at YCS Brussels is Luigi Alici.