|Open the United Gate Championship|
|Current Champion(s)|| WORLD-1 INTERNATIONAL|
Masato Yoshino and Ricochet
|Date Won||March 30, 2012|
|Promotion(s)||Dragon Gate USA|
|Date Established||January 30, 2011|
The Open The United Gate Championship is the top tag team championship in Dragon Gate USA. It is recognized by parent promotion Dragon Gate, through which it has been defend in Japan on occasion. It is also the top tag team championship in EVOLVE as a result of the promotion's merger with DGUSA.
The first champions were crowned on January 30, 2011 in Union City, New Jersey in the main event of United: Finale. WORLD 1 of Masato Yoshino and PAC were awarded the championship after winning a three-night round robin tournament that was held. The first title change occurred on September 11, 2011 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin when CIMA and Ricochet defeated Yoshino and PAC in a Title vs. Title Match where the Open The Twin Gate Championship were also on the line.
The titles would be vacated twice. The first time would be on March 30, 2012 due to CIMA being unable to compete as a result of an injury from the previous night. A decision match was immediately made where Masato Yoshino and Ricochet defeated Chuck Taylor and Johnny Gargano. However, they would end up vacating the titles again on June 12, 2012 without ever making a defense due to Yoshino becoming unable to compete in Dragon Gate USA for the remainder of 2012. A decision match would be made for July 29, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois.
Masato Yoshino and PAC
|1||January 30, 2011||Union City, New Jersey||224 Days||3||Defeated Ronin (Chuck Taylor and Johnny Gargano) in tournament finals.|
CIMA and Ricochet
|1||September 11, 2011||Milwaukee, Wisconsin||201 Days||2||Title vs. Title Match also for Open The Twin Gate Championship.|
|—||Vacated||—||March 30, 2012||Miami Beach, Florida||—||—||CIMA and Ricochet vacated titles due to CIMA injury.|
Masato Yoshino (2) and Ricochet (2)
|1||March 30, 2012||Miami Beach, Florida||83 Days||0||Defeated Ronin (Chuck Taylor and Johnny Gargano) in a decision match.|
|—||Vacated||—||June 21, 2012||—||—||—||Masato Yoshino and Ricochet vacated titles due to Yoshino's inability to compete in DGUSA for the remainder of 2012.|