Here are our winners of the Asia Championship 2017.
In the Final Match of the Asia Championship 2017, we have Ho Yun Kang from Malaysia on the left, and Milton Chua from Singapore on the right. Although they have already earned their invitations to the World Championship 2017, the title of the Asia Champion
In our Semi-Final Match, we have Hsu Li-Te from Taiwan playing against Milton Chua from Singapore. This is arguably the most crucial match of the tournament – the winner will be awarded an invitation to the World Championship 2017. On the left is Hsu Li-Te,
This is the final round of Swiss and we have two players sitting with a record of 3-1. Winning this round would secure their position in the Top 8, while the other player would have to rely on a strong tiebreaker for a chance into
This is Swiss Round 3 and we have with us 2 players who have won their first 2 matches. On the left we have Teoh Zhen Pei from Malaysia who is running True King Yang Zing Dinosaur. While on the right we have Zu Chiumao
Here are 5 duelists who have earned their invitation by topping their respective region’s Ranking Tournament in Season 3 and 4.
The breakdown of all decks played in the Asia Championship 2017 by the 28 invited duelists.
Here are 8 duelists who have earned their invitation by winning their respective region’s Summer Qualifier.
Here are 2 duelists who have earned their invitation by winning the Yu-Gi-Oh! Open Tournament (YOT) Hong Kong 2017 Main Event and Asia Premier.
For our very first feature match of the Asia Championship 2017, we have John Kevin Alcantara from Philippines going up against the 2013 World Champion, Huang Shin-En, from Taiwan. John is playing True King Yang Zing Dinosaur, while Shin-En is running True Draco Zoodiac.