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After two days of fierce competition, 13-year-old U.S. representative Ryon Peyton dueled against 12 finalists from eight countries using the Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Tournament 2004 video game for Nintendo’s Game Boy® Advance to earn the Yu-Gi-Oh! World Video Game Champion title.

Peyton was awarded an exclusive “Ulevo” promotional cards, and a backpack full of assorted Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME and video game prizes. Yu-Gi-Oh! Video Game runner-ups included 14-year-old Pere Torrellas Salietti (Spain), 21-year-old Junichi Natsume (Japan), and 14-year-old Patrick Dicks (U.S.). Each of the gamers were awarded a “Meteo the Matchless” promotional card and a backpack full of assorted Yu-Gi-Oh! Video Game prizes.

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