- Participants are expected to display good sportsmanship. Disruptive or disrespectful behavior will result in disqualification.
- Trading, buying and selling cards is perfectly fine. Please know that the tournament staff cannot be responsible for looking after your possessions. Stay alert and never leave your belongings unattended.
- All participants must have a copy of their Decklist ready to hand in at registration on the day of the tournament.
- Decks must be constructed according to the latest Advanced Format guidelines. See here for more information:
- Offering anything for the win is not allowed. The only exception is that in the finals players may agree to split the prizes.
- Spectators should not communicate with players who are currently engaged in a match. However, if a spectator notices any violation of game play rules or Tournament Policy, he or she must alert a tournament official immediately.
- You should be prepared to produce personal identification if asked to do so by a tournament official. School ID cards, state ID cards, driver's licenses, passports and birth certificates are all valid forms of identification.
- Because of the tournament coverage yugiohcoverage.blogspot.com may decide to publish your Decklist.
Here's a few things everyone should know before participating in the Battle City tournament: