Yu-Gi-Oh! UK National Championships coming to Birmingham this week

Published on: 23rd May 2023

With the Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2023 just months away, thousands of Duelists across Europe are showcasing their Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG skills in the Yu-Gi-Oh! National Championships.

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Across May and June, Yu-Gi-Oh! National Championships will be held in 21 different European countries, featuring the very best Duelists from across the continent. That includes in the United Kingdom, taking place from the 26th-28th May at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.

On the 26th May, Duelists will be able to register for the tournament as well as participate in the first public events. The tournament will begin with a Swiss-system tournament on the 27th May to determine the top-ranking players for the Top Cut. On the 28th May, the Top Cut will face off in a knockout tournament, with the overall winner being crowned as National Champion.

The winner will receive an exclusive Super Rare copy of the Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Prize Card, as well as the entry qualification for the 2023 European Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Qualifier.

For more information on the 2023 National Championship for the UK, how to attend and on other country’s National Championships, visit the website here.

Today, the popular Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG is available across the globe, with products distributed in more than 80 countries and nine languages, to be enjoyed by fans of all ages.


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