Officially sanctioned events offer a variety of opportunities to play Magic. Even better, they create a place to meet new friends who enjoy the game just as much as you.
You can find small gatherings of players who just want to play against others who love the game. Or join large-scale multi-day tournaments and see how you rank against those who take their passion for Magic to the competitive stage.
Whether you’re trying to break onto the Pro Tour or are new to Magic, Organized Play has something for you. Read on to learn about your options.
Prereleases celebrate the arrival of each major Magic release. These events are your chance to see the newest cards, and your first chance to play with them before the set is released!
MAGIC GAME DAY
Does the opportunity to test your skill against your local community, win game day prizes, and stamp your name as your local champion appeal to you? Then Magic Game Day is for you!
Grand Prix are the ultimate Magic experience. These three-day events, held all around the globe, feature a wide array of side events, card dealers, artists, and a two-day main event with thousands of dollars on the line. It’s a festival of Magic unlike anything else.
GRAND PRIX TRIALS
Want to hit the ground running at your next Grand Prix? Find a Grand Prix Trial at a local store near you and earn a two-round bye to be used at the associated Grand Prix.
REGIONAL PRO TOUR QUALIFIERS
Regional Pro Tour Qualifiers (RPTQs) are your chance to play on the Magic: The Gathering Pro Tour! Top finishers at a Regional PTQ will receive an invitation – and airfare – to the Pro Tour that it qualifies for!
WORLD MAGIC CUP
With teams of four representing more than 70 countries, the World Magic Cup is like no other tournament on the planet! Fame, glory, and a year’s worth of the ultimate bragging rights await the team that can navigate multiple formats over several days to claim the World Magic Cup.
Are you ready to take on the world? Do you dream of representing your country and hoisting your flag at the World Magic Cup? Challenge the best players in your country at Nationals and play your way onto your National team for the World Magic Cup.