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Genex Tournament

Genex Tournament

Japanese translated

Genex World Tournament


Genex Tournament

Alternate names

GX Tournament

Anime storyline


Yu-Gi-Oh! GX

Original run

10 May, 2006 – 27 September, 2006


84 – [[|104]]

Preceded by

Society of Light

Followed by

Disclosure Duel

The Genex Tournament, or GX tournament, was an event created by Chancellor Sheppard during Jaden's 2nd year at Duel Academy. It showed duelists such as Prince Ojin (a prince whom lost his country's Satellite Cannon to Sartorius after being subjected to the dreaded "Zero Turn Kill"), a reappearance by Blair (a young duelist appearing at Duel Academy with the hope of winning the tournament and getting into Slifer Red), Lucien Grimley (a duelist from North Academy who sold his soul to The Grim Reaper in exchange for drawing power), Frantz (an ex-card designer/duelist whom lost his job to Chumley and afterwards appeared at Duel Academy with a copy of The Winged Dragon of Ra, only to get beaten by Jaden thanks to Skyscraper 2 - Hero City, a card which Chumley had designed for him), and many others. Chazz was eventually declared the champion of the Genex tournament after defeating Blair Flannigan.

Genex Medallion

Genex Medallion
Genex Medallions, known in Japan as Genex Medals are the tokens for how many wins a duelist has in the Genex tournament.


English episode name Japanese episode name Translated Japanese episode name English air date Japanese air date
Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 084 Generation neXt 三沢VS万丈目 アサルト・キャノン・ビートル Genex Opening Game! The first target! 245408616 December 2006 245386610 May 2006
Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 095 Tough Love 仁義なき兄弟デュエル 亮VS翔 The Codeless Duel Between Brothers - Ryo vs. Sho 24541419 February 2007 245394326 July 2006
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