Yuuki Ichikawa won the first SCG Tour Online Season Championship with Temur Reclamation, marking the second win for the deck on the weekend after Autumn Burchett won the Saturday Championship Qualifier with it.
Temur Reclamation was the most played deck in the Seasonal Championship with 25 players registering it, while eight more played the four-color variant with Teferi, Time Raveler. Four other Reclamation players made the Top 8 alongside Ichikawa, leaving Michael Bonde on Rakdos Sacrifice (Jegantha), Noam Zimet on Bant Ramp, and Robert McKee on Mono-Red Aggro as the rest of the bracket.
Ichikawa took down Bonde in tight three-game set in the quarterfinals before eliminating Nam Dang on Four-Color Reclamation in another match that went the distance. Waiting in the finals was McKee, with his own personal take of Mono-Red Aggro, ditching Runaway Steam-Kin for cards like Bolt Hound and Claim the Firstborn.
- 4 Tin Street Dodger
- 4 Grim Initiate
- 4 Scorch Spitter
- 4 Robber of the Rich
- 4 Fervent Champion
- 2 Torbran, Thane of Red Fell
- 4 Anax, Hardened in the Forge
- 2 Bolt Hound
Ichikawa stabilized in Game 1 at one life before landing an Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath to take over the game and he didn’t need a third game after finding plenty of early interaction backed up by an Elder Gargaroth to secure the match.
Other Reclamation players to make the Top 8 were Ryosuke Nishiura, Hiroki Yamashita, and Corey Baumeister. Baumeister was in his third Top 8 of the five events in the first season, making back-to-back elimination rounds this weekend, losing to McKee in the quarterfinals after falling to Brandon Burton on Mono-Red Aggro in the quarterfinals of Saturday’s Championship Qualifier.
View the Top 32 decklists from the Seasonal Championship.