Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Qualifier 2011 Asian Edition

Unlike the North American Championship or the European Championship, the Asian Championship is not a qualifier for the World Championship.

Asian countries under Konami Asia, namely Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand, will host their own World Championship Qualifiers and the champion of each qualifier earns an invite to the World Championship. Here are the results of the seven World Championship Qualifiers 2011 held over the previous two weeks.

The Asian Format is enforced in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand (only legally distributed cards are allowed, as mentioned in Card Legality). Structure Deck 21: Gates of the Underworld is disallowed in Singapore and Philippines.
South Korea follows their own format which consists of only Korean cards in the card pool.

Hong Kong
1st: Liu Hoi Ki “海狗” [Dark World]
2nd: Au Man Lai [T.G.]
3rd: Chan Wan Hang “Nat Chan” [Agent Fairy]
4th: Wong Chak Chun “甘” [Gladiator Beast]

    Hong Kong WCQ 2011 Finals Video:
    Liu Hoi Ki [Dark World] vs Au Man Lai [T.G.]
    Game 1 | Game 2

Malaysia
1st: Kee Kian Sim “Sam” [Agent Fairy]
2nd: Yap Wei Keong “Michael” [Agent Fairy]
3rd: Alex Yeo Gan Jie [Agent Fairy]
4th: Teng Wan Choon “Mango” [Debris Junk Doppel]

Philippines
1st: William Sy “Wslasher” [Six Samurai]
2nd: Vincent Lim [Agent Fairy]
3rd: Cristian Discipulo [Graveyard Blackwing]
4th: Airjan Mendoza [Agent Herald]

Singapore
1st: Daniel Ang [Graveyard Blackwing]
2nd: Kaven Sue [Ultimate Offering Gadget]
3rd: Anders Koh “DSummon” [Machina Karakuri]
4th: William Oh [Machina Gadget]

    Singapore WCQ 2011 Finals Video:
    Daniel Ang [Graveyard Blackwing] vs Kaven Sue [Ultimate Offering Gadget]
    Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3

South Korea
1st: Yang Young-Duk [Six Samurai]
2nd: Kim Geun-Su [Gladiator Beast]
3rd: Song Sung-Uk [Debris Junk Doppel]
4th: Choi Han-Sol [Graveyard Blackwing]

Taiwan
1st: She Wei Hao “南神抽” [Six Samurai]
2nd: Chao Guang Jun [Hamster Fairy]
3rd: Zhang Wen Hao [Debris Dandy]
4th: “路人” [Lightsworn]

    Taiwan WCQ 2011 Finals Video:
    She Wei Hao [Six Samurai] vs Chao Guang Jun [Hamster Fairy]
    Game 1 Part 1 / Part 2 | Game 2 | Game 3
    (Too far to view the actual gameplay. Chinese Commentary.)

Thailand
1st: Pahnupak Kungjaroen “Foil” [Machina Gadget]
2nd: Kantarat Kerophol “Pik”
3rd: Somsira Vanprapa “The Doy”
4th: Suttinan Sangudom “Mix” [Dark World]

    Thailand WCQ 2011 Finals Video:
    Pahnupak Kungjaroen [Machina Gadget] vs Suttinan Sangudom [Dark World]
    Game 1 | Game 2

 

For the full list of invitees to the World Championship 2011: Road of the King.

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3 Responses to “Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Qualifier 2011 Asian Edition”


  1. 1 Marodin July 14, 2011 at 9:32 pm

    can anyone tell me what was that last card the DW player played in game 2? Just before the game ended. HK qualifier, btw.

  2. 3 Shinn November 6, 2013 at 12:00 pm

    Why is the video for Hong Kong WCQ 2011 unavailable? i want to watch the video if it is possible.


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