Marco Cammilluzzi, Andrea Mengucci, Francesco Bifero, and William Pizzi have cemented themselves into Italian Magic history as the 2015 World Magic Cup champions!
2015 WORLD MAGIC CUP
DAY 3 COVERAGE
Featuring a team of two Pro Tour veterans and two new faces, Team Italy had a strong squad and seemed sure to break their streak of missing Day Two in the World Magic Cup.
By the end of Sunday, they had done far more, coming together to conquer the competition.
Their Day Two performance was among one of the strongest in the field, as Team Italy blasted through the two stages of Pool Play with ease. From there, they reached a Top 8 that put them up against the steadfast Team Scotland, Austria, and the eventual finalists, Team Thailand.
Team Thailand ensured valiant fight, but Italy pressed through, shattering their World Magic Cup curse in the best way possible in a day filled with epic games and tight finishes.
Team captain Marco Cammilluzzi and teammates Andrea Mengucci, Franceso Bifero, and William Pizzi have cemented themselves in Italian Magic history. Veterans will return to the big stage at Pro Tour Oath of the Gatewatch with renewed vigor, their teammates guaranteed to join them as they take their next step and begin a new chapter in their Magic careers.
DAY 2 COVERAGE
France. Italy. Austria. Denmark. Thailand. Guatemala. Scotland. Japan. One of these countries will win the 2015 WorldMagicCup. Who will it be? Find out tomorrow on twitch.tv/magic starting at 9 a.m. local time (CET)/12 a.m. PT/3 a.m. ET/8 a.m. UTC.
Article December 12, 2015by Frank Karsten
Who coaches which format and why? The World Magic Cup teams consist of four members, but only three are playing at any given time, with the fourth member locked into the coach role. Every day,...
DAY 1 COVERAGE
Belarus and Macedonia lead the field into Day Two's pool play with 5-0-2 records. Who will survive the first three rounds of pool play? Check back tomorrow on twitch.tv/magic starting at 10 a.m. local time (CET)/1 a.m. PT/4 a.m. ET/9 a.m. UTC to find out!
Over 70 countries have come to Barcelona, Spain to compete for their share of $250,000 in prize money. Only one team will be crowned as winners of the 2015 World Magic Cup. Don’t miss it.