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Pictures of the Award Zeremony

02.12.2012 | 19:09 |

After an epic conclusion in the finals, where Jack Bruun’s Evolzars overcame Federico Zoppini’s Mermail Monsters, it was time to hand out some prizes! Here are pictures of the award ceremonies.

 


Head Judge Patrice Jaudas provided translations for Konami's Falko Görres!

Head Judge Patrice Jaudas provided translations for Konami's Falko Görres!


 


These are the 4 most successful Duelists of YCS Barcelona!

These are the 4 most successful Duelists of YCS Barcelona!


 


In 4th place: Germany's Ali Fawaz!

In 4th place: Germany's Ali Fawaz!


 

He came close, proving once again you need to have him on your list of the Duelists to look out for: Stephan Sluis!

He came close, proving once again you need to have him on your list of the Duelists to look out for: Stephan Sluis!


 


Federico Zoppini made it all the way to the finals with Mermails!

Federico Zoppini made it all the way to the finals with Mermails!


 


Jack Bruun's perfect build of the Dino Rabbit archetype helped him claim the win!

Jack Bruun's perfect build of the Dino Rabbit archetype helped him claim the win!


 


Apart from the Main Event, there were also hundreds of Public Events that went down over the course of the weekend! Just a few Duelists received the ultimate reward: Playing in the Public Event Finals, with 1 final consisting of players that did best over the whole course of the weekend and the other one being made up of players that were chosen randomly among all Public Event participants.

 


Benjamin Leverett came all the way from the US, got picked for the Public Events finals and won a prize card!

Benjamin Leverett came all the way from the US, got picked for the Public Events finals and won a prize card!


 


Par Gustavsson earned his place in the other Public Events Finals and walked away victorious!

Par Gustavsson earned his place in the other Public Events Finals and walked away victorious!


 


Congratulations once again to all the winners of the various events we’ve held all weekend, but most of all to Jack Bruun who finally did it, going all the way and taking down one of the most prestigious events of the year!


We look forward to seeing you all again in February when the Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship returns to Bochum, Germany!