Dofus World Cup

from 15/09/2021 to 17/10/2021


Welcome to the Dofus World Cup, the biggest Dofus tournament open to all!

Played entirely in draft on tournament server, the Dofus World Cup brings together the greatest Dofus PVP players and welcomes without limit of number all those who want to start the adventure of tournaments. Don't hesitate to be part of it!


All semi-finalists are qualified for the Dofus Masters.

The winners win €3000, a Champion Set and an Escuktaeon of their choice.

The finalists win €1800.

The semi-finalists win €600.



Registrations are open from 03/09/20 2pm to 13/09/20 11:59pm.

All teams can register, without any level, server or league conditions. If you don't know how to register, you can follow this tutorial.

Registrations are validated within 24 hours. From Tuesday 07/09, each registered player will receive identifiers to access the tournament server here (Tournaments tab, Tournament server). It is imperative to read the instructions of this page, and in particular to take in game the nickname given at the registration thanks to potions present in inventory.


It is strongly recommended to join the KTA Discord server.

The tournament rules include the general rules of the KTA.

All times are on UTC+2.

The tournament takes place from 15/09/21 to 17/10/21 according to the schedule present in the Calendar tab. It is composed of 14 Swiss rounds and playoffs from RO64.

All matches are played after a draft phase on the KTA draft module. More information about drafts here.

The time of the matches is the time of the draft. Teams are allowed a maximum of 10 minutes late to start the draft before they can be declared forfeit by their opponents. After the end of the draft, teams must have thrown the match before the forfeit time indicated on the draft.

After each match, teams must report the result with a screen on their match sheet, available from the Matchs tab. In case of victory by forfeit of the opposing team, the result must also be reported with a screen of the draft not made and the time.


The qualifications are played in the format of Swiss rounds.

For each match, the draft letter for each match is determined as follows: if a team had less often the choice than its opponent in its previous matches, then it has the letter choice for the match. If both teams had so much choice in their previous matches, then the letter choice is randomly assigned.

A victory earns 3 Tournament Points, a draw earns 1 Tournament Point, a defeat earns no Tournament Points. Additional Points are also distributed as defined in the general regulations.

The classification criteria are in order of priority: Tournament Points > Percentage of Victory of Opponents encountered (PVA) > Additional Points > Direct result between the teams > Best defeated teams.


The 64 best teams in qualifiers are qualified in playoffs. These are structured around a classic combat tree, where the 1st fight the 64th, the 2nd the 63rd, etc.

Until the quarter finals, the matches are played in 2 winning games (BO3). The semi-finals and the final are played in 3 winning games (BO5).

The highest ranked team in the qualifiers has the choice of the draft letter for the odd games, and the other team has it for the even games.