Asia Championship 2017 Summer Qualifier Schedule

The Summer Qualifier will be the final chance for duelists to earn an invitation to the Asia Championship 2017.

They will join the 8 Winter Qualifier Champions, 10 Ranking Tournament Champions, and the 2 YOT Hong Kong 2017 Main Event and Asia Premier Champions.

Together these duelists will battle out in the Asia Championship 2017 for the title of the 2017 Asia Champion, and earn an invitation to represent Asia in the World Championship 2017.



Date: 4 – 7 May 2017 (Thursday – Sunday)
Venue: Central World Department Store
For more information: Yu-Gi-Oh Thailand



Date: 13 – 14 May 2017 (Saturday – Sunday)
Venue: Robinsons Galleria
For more information: Yu-Gi-Oh! Philippines



Date: 14 May 2017 (Sunday)
Venue: Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre, Meeting Room 323
For more information: YuGiOh Edition Singapore


Hong Kong

Japanese Qualifier
Date: 14 May 2017 (Sunday)
Venue: Kowloonbay International Trade and Exhibition Centre, Meeting Room 632

Traditional Chinese Qualifier
Date: 21 May 2017 (Sunday)
Venue: Hong Kong Toy Festival 2017, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hall 5F, Booth P10-11 and Q10-11.

For more information: Yugioh Edition Hong Kong



Date: 27 – 28 May 2017 (Saturday – Sunday)
Venue: Viva Home Shopping Mall
For more information: Yugioh Malaysia Edition – Information Center.



Traditional Chinese Qualifier
Date: 4 June 2017 (Sunday)
Venue: Taipei Innovation City Convention Center

Japanese Qualifier
Date: 17 June 2017 (Saturday)
Venue: Shin Kong Mitsukoshi Department Store (Kaohsiung Zuoying Store)

For more information: 遊戲王台灣官方粉絲團



Participation Card Sleeves

Qualifier Top 4 Duel Field

For information on the main event: Asia Championship 2017

2 thoughts on “Asia Championship 2017 Summer Qualifier Schedule

  1. For the 11 Ranking tournament champions, is it the champion for Top 32 for what season?
    And what about the Top 1 ranker for overall season?

    1. The Ranking Tournament Champions refers to the players in 1st Position for Season 1+2 and Season 3+4 of each region.

      The Top 32 tournament is the Rank-Up League, which does not award any invitation to the Asia Championship.

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