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A playmat or game mat, also known as a Duel Field (デュエルフィールド Dyueru Fīrudo) is a flat material where a player can place their cards while Dueling. They often feature the artwork of a card (usually a Monster Card) or multiple cards, with many also labeling the official Card Zones for the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game. Most mats are mass-produced, but some are only awarded to competitors and winners of various tournament events, making them very exclusive and highly valuable items.

In other languages[]

Language Title
France French Tapis de Jeu
Germany German Spielunterlage
Italy Italian Tappetino da Gioco
Brazil Portuguese Tapete de Duelo
Spain Spanish Tapete de Juego
South Korea Korean Duel Field (듀얼 필드, Dyueol Pildeu)
Hong Kong Chinese Duel Mat (決鬥枱墊, Juédòu Tái Diàn)

TCG Playmats[]


Regional Qualifiers[]

National Championship[]

European Championship[]

Continental Championship[]

World Championship Qualifier[]

Regional Championship[]
National Championship[]

World Championship[]

Shonen Jump Championship[]

YCS Championship[]

OTS Championship[]

Tournament Series[]

Generation Duel Tournament[]

This tournament is an event where Duelists can play a Deck based off of one of the five different anime series (eras) of Yu-Gi-Oh!. After all Swiss rounds for the tournament are completed, Duelists that are ranked 1st through 4th place will receive a Generation Game Mat that corresponds to the era of their Deck.[2]

Hobby League[]

Local Legend Duelist Series (LLDS)[]

A multi-level tournament series aimed at competitive Duelists in regions across Europe and Oceania, this challenge offers unique mats to people who clear the events.

Ultimate Duelist Series (UDS)[]

A tournament series that rewards Duelists who regularly participate in Organized Play programs. Duelists who manage to earn enough UDS points can enter the Ultimate Duelist Invitational for the opportunity to prove themselves as the Ultimate Duelist.


Starter Deck[]

Structure Deck[]

Structure Deck playmats feature the cover card's artwork with the Structure Deck's name on the front. Due to the artwork, the card zones are less visible.

Starter Deck Tournament[]

These playmats are awarded as 1st place prizes in 8-player single elimination tournaments.[3]

Structure Deck Tournament[]

These playmats are awarded as 1st place prizes at select OTS (Official Tournament Stores) that host these tournaments, as well as Extravaganzas and WCQ. Selected OTS are stores that meet and exceed Konami's expectations.[4]

Yu-Gi-Oh! Day[]

Demo Day[]



Awarded to judges who judge at a YCS, Regional, WCQ, or another high-level event.

Travel Assist[]

Awarded to judges that incur significant travel costs for going to high-level events to judge (regardless of distance traveled).


These are awarded at Win-A-Mat tournaments.

Charity Win-A-Mat[]

So far, there has been only 1 Charity Win-A-Mat event, which was held at YCS Providence 2012. The proceeds of the event went towards the children of Dan Green.[8]

Beta Win-A-Mat[]

These are awarded at Win-A-Mat tournaments that use the Beta Format.

Gold Series 4: Pyramids Edition[]

Originally handed out at tournaments, these mats are more durable and are now widely available through the market of Gold Series 4: Pyramids Edition.

Sneak Peek[]

These mats feature the cover card monster with less visible backgrounds; they are handed out along with a promo card at Sneak Preview events.

Battle Pack[]

These rubber mats come with each Battle Kit. There is 1 variety for Sealed Play Battle Kit, 3 varieties for the Sealed Play Battle Kit 2, and 5 varieties for Sealed Play Battle Kit 3.

Game Board[]

Game Boards are included with the following, in order of release: Legendary Collection 5D's, Legendary Collection 4: Joey's World, Legendary Collection 3: Yugi's World, Legendary Collection 2: Gameboard Edition, and Legendary Collection: Gameboard Edition. They are hard-surfaced, collapsable, 2-sided boards packaged within the boxes of their respective products.

Case Topper[]

2-player playmats awarded as Case Toppers for stores who order a case of the newest product, themed accordingly to said product. New designs came out annually on January, until after Legacy of the Valiant was released, but renewed as of Breakers of Shadow.

Con Exclusive[]

Yu-Gi-Oh! Extravaganza[]

Top 1000 Ranked COSSY Duelists[]


First released on July 8, 2015, with a suggested retail price of 14.99 USD each.[9]

Duelist Kingdom[]


4 to 6-player playmats, mainly intended for tournament store use to cover entire tables.

Magazine Exchange[]

Initially awarded to stores that ordered Yu-Gi-Oh! products from Magazine Exchange in multiples of $250 USD in 1 shipment (1 mat for each multiple, with some restrictions). Now awarded through various promotions from Magazine Exchange.

Ordeal of a Traveler program[]


OCG Japanese Playmats[]

Sneak Peek[]

Starter Deck[]

Structure Deck[]

Structure Deck playmats feature the cover card's artwork with the Structure Deck's name on the front. Due to the artwork, the card zones are less visible.


Konami Tournament[]

Japan Championship[]

V Jump[]

Jump Festa[]

Rubber Duel Field Present Campaign[]

Booster Pack Launch Event Tournament[]

Players who participate in these tournaments must use a Main Deck containing at least 20 cards from the newest booster pack. The winner of the tournament earns an appropriate mat, along with 1 random tournament participant. The exception was for the Duelist Alliance tournament, where an additional random tournament participant also received a mat (3 people in total).

Standard Duel Rankings[]

  • These mats can be earned by being among the 250 people who earn the most amount of points in 4 or more "Standard Duel" tournaments during each period, or by receiving one through a lottery (out of 50 mats for each period).


OCG Korean Playmats[]

Duelist Box[]

Duelist Card Playmat[]


National Championship[]

OTS Championship[]


Asia Tour Invitational[]

Jump Festa Invitational[]

Seasonal Event[]


OCG Asian-English Playmats[]

Asian Championship[]

Asia Championship Plus[]

These tournaments consist of teams of 3 players competing against other teams.

Asia Championship SP[]

A spiritual successor to the discontinued Asia Championship Plus tournament series, except in a single-player format.

Convention Exclusive[]


These playmats are awarded to judges who judge in major Asian events.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Open Tournament (YOT)[]


At the end of each season, Duelists with the highest number of ranking points earned from ranking tournaments will be able to participate in a Rank-Up-League tournament (Taiwan: Top 64 Duelists per season; Hong Kong / Singapore / Malaysia / Philippines: Top 32 Duelists per season).[21]


All participants in the Rank-Up-League receive these playmats.


In addition to the participant mat, the champion for each season will also receive 1 of these playmats. These playmats are identical to the participant mats, except they lack Zone indicators and the word "Champion" is added.

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