- The KC Cup is divided into two Stages.
- Stage 1 is available from February 3rd until February 14th.
- Stage 2 becomes available for Duelist who reached DLv. 20 which begins February 11th and ends on February 14th.
- Updates from previous KC Cups:
- The first stage of the KC Cup plays very similar to the ranked ladder.
- Reaching DLV MAX qualifies a player for stage 2 of the KC Cup.
- Gems, tickets, and gold are given to players for each DLV level.
- Your DLv. will begin at the following levels depending on your rank in Season 60 (December) of Ranked Duels:
|Silver Rank||DLv. 3|
|Gold Rank||DLv. 5|
|Platinum Rank||DLv. 7|
|Legend Rank and beyond||DLv. 10|
- Duelists who reached King of Games in December are straight invited to the Stage 2.
|4||10 Skill Chips|
|6||1 Glossy R Ticket|
|8||10 Skill Chips|
|11||10 Skill Chips|
|13||2 SR Jewels|
|15||1 Glossy SR Ticket|
|17||10 Skill Chips|
|19||1 UR Jewel|
- Stage 2 of the KC Cup follows an ELO system, with points gained/lost for each win or loss.
- Duels are global and not region only.
- Based on a player’s global ranking at the end of the event, they will receive a certain amount of tickets as well as other rewards.
- The Top 500 players of each region will be eligible to play in the Regional Representative Qualifiers for WCS 2020, and be exempt from the WCS qualifiers.
- Players who reached KOG rank for the 60th season of ranked duels (December) are automatically entered into Stage 2, but can still play in Stage 1 to gain the rewards.
The player achieving the spot of #1 Global after the rankings will receive a WCS 2021 Invitation, allowing them to attend the Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2021
Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championships 2021
- This year’s World Championships is planned to be held in 2021.
- No other details have been confirmed at this time.
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