Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel has been very limited in terms of events since its release in early 2022. The only events that have taken place in Master Duel have been the usual Ranked Seasons ladder and exhibition events. This scenario will change in August, as Konami will add the Duelist Cup to the itinerary. Let's get into details on what is Duelist Cup in Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel. Related: The best meta decks to use in Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel (mid-2022) Duelist Cup in Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel, explained Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duelist Cup is an event that will "test your might against other Duelists" on online play. Unlike the exhibition events that typically follow a certain theme, these special events will use the same Forbidden\/Limited List that is active in Ranked online play in Master Duel. While not many specific details have been revealed yet, the Duelist Cup appears similar to what Konami has done with its marquee competitive PvP events in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, the KC Cup. The KC Cup is typically comprised of two Stages: Stage 1 & 2. Stage 1 is the qualifier for Stage 2, the main portion of the competitive event. However, those who have hit the highest level in the game in a prior season usually get a pass straight to Stage 2. Stage 2 of KC Cup events has been made up of matches in which players can either gain or lose Points to move up and down the rankings for the event. The higher one finishes, the more rewards a player obtain. Additionally, Konami has used the KC Cup as part of qualifying events for the World Championships of Duel Links. It is unclear whether this system will comprise the Duelist Cup in Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel. The first Duelist Cup in Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel is slated to begin on August 9, and end on August 22.