Yu-Gi-Oh Euro champion crowned

Konami tournament attracts more than 860 'duelists' from 27 different countries.
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Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH held its Yu-Gi-Oh European championships last weekend.

More than 860 'duelists' from 27 different countries congregated in Milan to compete in the event.

The tournament was won by Stefano Memoli, who beat 18 year-old Michail Paraschos from Thessaloniki, Greece, after playing Adreus, Keeper of Armageddon for his final decisive move.

In addition to the title and trophy, his prize package includes an iPad, an exclusive prize card and travel and accommodation to the World Championship.

Memoli will represent Europe at the Yu-Gi-Oh Trading Card Game 2012 World Championship, along with Paraschos and the two semi finalists.

This will take place in Tokyo on August 11th and 12th.

This year's European Championship will also feature a separate event for the best junior players.

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