In the later half of the day, we had on-demand Open Duels happening. Open Duels are mini-tournaments where each pod will begin immediately when 16 players are enrolled.
Here are our winners of YOT Singapore 2017 Main Event.
We are now down to our final 8. Hou Chong from China is sitting on the left with his Invoked Spellbook True Draco deck. He was the YOT Champion in the YOT Singapore 2015 held 2 years ago. Sitting opposite his is Wu Kalun from
In the Round of 64, we have Leung Siu Pan (on the left) from Hong Kong playing Magical Musketeer. He went 8-0 yesterday and finished 1st on the Day 1 Standing. Tsang Chi Kit (on the right) is also from Hong Kong and he is
Welcome to Day 2 of YOT Singapore 2017. 64 players have qualified for Day 2 and these are the decks that they are playing.
This is the Final Standings after 8 rounds of Swiss. Top 64 players will be returning on Day 2 and battle it out in a single-elimination format.
From a total of over 200 participants, here is the metagame breakdown of YOT Singapore 2017 Day 1.
We are in Round 5 of Swiss and we have two overseas players who traveled down to Singapore to play in YOT Singapore 2017. On the left we have Thitipong Potsatiean from Thailand and he is running Magician, while on the right we have Chin
Swiss Round 5 to Round 8 of YOT Singapore 2017 will be live-streamed from the venue.
In our first feature match for YOT Singapore 2017, we have Yu Bixuan playing against Fazril Rosmarudin. Bixuan is a seasoned veteran who has previous won the Asia Premier 2 years back in YOT Singapore 2015. He has also represented Singapore in Asia Championship 2015