Yu-Gi-Oh! fans can keep the duels going this March when Konami Digital Entertainment (Konami) releases three new trading card packs.

Duelists can snag the new Savage Strike Special Edition box on March 8 for $9.99 per box, the Infinity Chasers pack on March 22 for $3.99 per five-card pack, and the Speed Duel: Arena of Lost Souls pack for $1.49 per four-card pack on March 29.

The Savage Strike Special Edition comes with three packs of Savage Strike booster cards; one of two super-rare variant cards; and one of two super-rare, preview, non-foil cards from the upcoming Dark Neostorm booster set.

The Infinity Chasers pack will follow two weeks later as the first all-foil Yu-Gi-Oh! premium booster set with three new themes for the game — strong Machine-types that link, stack, and combine; a new tribe of Spellcasters; and Evil Eye monsters. The collection includes 60 cards to collect, with 40 super-rare cards and 20 secret-rare cards.

The final new pack launching in March will be Speed Duel: Arena of the Lost Souls, the first Speed Duel booster for the Speed Duel Starter Decks. The booster pack will come with 45 cards new to the Speed Dueling format and five new skill cards, including 34 commons, eight super-rare cards, and eight ultra-rare cards.

The new launches will lead up to Konami’s Yu-Gi-Oh! Day on Saturday, April 6 or Sunday, April 7 at participating Official Tournament Stores throughout North and Latin America.

Fans can play at the Tier 1 event as Sealed Format, Sealed Deck, and Swiss round events. The Swiss Rounds will have no Playoff top cut, and winners will get their prizes at the end the final round. Prizes include a unique Yu-Gi-Oh! Day Game Mat with artwork from Arena of Lost Souls and an ultra-rare skill card only available at Yu-Gi-Oh! Day. Check out the list of locations and dates here to join a duel.

Duelists can also catch up on the Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS animated series on Crunchyroll every Saturday and Sunday at 6:25 a.m. EST.

They can also watch the new Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL show every Tuesday, along with the classic series Yu-Gi-Oh!, Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, and Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s on www.yugioh.com.

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