Most tournaments will require you to submit a decklist before the start of the tournament (or, in the case of VGC tournaments, a teamlist, but for simplicity we'll refer to it as decklist for the rest of this guide). If you do not submit a decklist in time, you will be removed from the tournament and not be able to play!
To submit your decklist, find the tournament in your dashboard and click the Submit decklist button. Alternatively, if you haven't submitted a decklist yet, you will see a reminder on the public tournament page that will take you to the submission form.
On there, paste your decklist into the text field and click the Submit button. If there are any problems with the decklist, you will be alerted, otherwise you'll see a confirmation. For tips on how to easily get a compatible text version of your decklist see the sections below.
You can re-submit your decklist as many times as you want as long as decklist submission is open. Your most recently submitted decklist is the one that will be used in the tournament, prior submissions are immediately discarded. To submit a new decklist, find the tournament in your dashboard and open the form with the Edit decklist button.
It is recommended to export your decklist directly from PTCGL. Simply click the Export button in the deck manager and the list will be automatically copied to your computer's clipboard.
Alternatively, you can use a web based deck builder like pokegear.app, which also provides export functionality.
Team exports need to follow the pokepaste format as known from popular teambuilder apps like Showdown. Build your team there and use the provided export functionality.
Cards are added exclusively by their name. We recommend building your deck on dreamborn.ink and using their text export functionality.
4 Aladdin - Street Rat 4 Aladdin - Heroic Outlaw 4 Mickey Mouse - Brave Little Tailor 4 Maleficent - Monstrous Dragon 4 Maui - Hero to All 4 Aurora - Regal Princess ...
One Piece Card Game
You can export your deck directly from OPTCGSim, or build it with an online deck builder like onepiece-cardgame.dev and use its export functionality.
1 OP01-001 2 OP01-005 4 OP01-006 4 OP01-011 4 OP01-016 4 OP01-017 ...
Digimon Card Game
If the tournament uses side decks, either use the dedicated side deck field, or add a new line with the words "Side Deck" below your Main/Egg deck cards, and list all the additional cards below that.
4 Bokomon BT7-081 3 Salamon BT2-034 3 BushiAgumon BT4-038 ... Side Deck 1 Koichi Kimura BT7-091 1 Matt Ishida BT2-090 ...
Battle Spirits Saga
You can use card names, card numbers (in which case names are automatically added), or both. We recommend building your deck on bssdb.dev and using their text export functionality.
If the tournament uses side decks, either use the dedicated side deck field, or add a new line with the words "Side Deck" below your Main deck cards, and list all the additional cards below that.
4 Pegacyone 4 Head Icemaid Fulla 3 Fortress God Knight Odin Type-X 4 Divine Moonsky Beast Fanatech Elk ... Side Deck 4 Cannon Beastmech Liomail ...
Dragon Ball Super Card Game
You can use card numbers, card names, or both. Leader and Z-Deck cards are automatically detected and do not need to be listed separately.
If the tournament uses side decks, either use the dedicated side deck field, or add a new line with the words "Side Deck" below your Main/Z-deck cards, and list all the additional cards below that.
1 BT18-001 3 BT17-008 3 P-177 2 DB2-143 3 BT18-005 ...
1 Son Goku & Vegeta // SS4 Son Goku & SS4 Vegeta, In It Together 3 Son Goku, Adventure's Advent 3 Broly, Crown of Retribution 2 Koitsukai, Mechanical Courage 3 Rush Attack SSB Vegeta ...
Decklist submission for Marvel Snap works with the deck code that you obtain with the in-game Share button in the deck editing menu. Alternatively, you can build your deck with an online deck builder like snap.fan and use their Copy Code functionality. The submitted code will be converted into your list of 12 cards.
Additional lines in the export (that start with #) are automatically ignored.