This KC Cup took place from February 3rd to February 14th, with the second stage beginning on February 11th
- 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.
- 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 2021, and be exempt from the WCS Qualifiers.
- Players who reached KOG rank for the 57th season of ranked duels (September) 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 are planned to be held in 2021.
- WCS and Regional Qualifiers invites obtained through KC Cup September 2019, KC Cup November 2019, KC Cup February 2020, KC Cup September 2020, and KC Cup November 2020 will be valid for entry in WCS 2021 and WCS 2021 Regional Qualifiers.
- No other details have been confirmed at this time.
- More information, further updates and notifications for the WCS 2021 will be posted by Konami in the future.
These are the decks used by the duelists placing within the Top 100 global ranking in the February 2021 KC Cup