Rounding up the YCS Brussels Reveals

The waiting is almost over, as YCS Brussels takes place tomorrow! In the lead up to the event, we have been posting news reveals for the past month on yugioh-card.com. Incase you missed any of our news reveals, here’s a brief overview of what we’ve announced!

First up, the God Card Game Mat!

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First up was the Egyptian God Card Game Mat! [slifer], [obelisk] and [twdor] are 3 of the most recognisable characters in all of Yu-Gi-Oh!, and to have them on their own exclusive Game Mat is a sight to behold. If you think it looks good on-screen, wait until you see it in person. If you’re competing in the main event this weekend, you’ll not only get to see it, but take a copy home with you!
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A Battle Pack 2 Deckbox to keep your Sealed Deck in!
A Battle Pack 2 Deckbox to keep your Sealed Deck in!

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Next we detailed the Sealed Pack Play format that is in place for YCS Brussels. Duelists will build a Deck out of 10 packs of [bp02] on Day 1, and those that make it to day 2 will do the same again with a new pool. In addition, all participants will get a [bp02] Deckbox like the one above!
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Number C39: Utopia Ray Victory was the first Giant Card we revealed!

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Following on from the above, we started revealing the Giant Cards that will be on offer at YCS Brussels. [39v] was the first, followed by [74] and [susanowo]. Giant Cards 4, 5 and 6 were..
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...you guessed it, the 3 Egyptian God Cards!

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To round off the YCS Brussels reveals, we showed off the new YCS Prize Card, [106], and then detailed how the event itself will work, in terms of Deck construction and the (Sealed Pack Play exclusive) Re-Draw Rule.

As you can see, there’s a lot going on at YCS Brussels this weekend. If you’re taking part in the event, we wish you the best of luck, and if you’re catching up on the event from the comfort of your own home, we hope you enjoy this weekend’s tournament coverage!
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