Pro Tour Team Series
The Pro Tour Team Series celebrates and rewards players for doing well at Pro Tours over the course of a season as part of an approved team! Players form teams of 6 and compete throughout a premier play season on the Pro Tour.
How Team Series Scoring Works
Teams are given scores based on Pro Points earned by team members at Pro Tours. The Pro Points earned by the top five of the six team members on each team will be added to a team’s score at the end of each Pro Tour.
The Top 2 teams at the end of the season are invited to compete in a special team finals event at the Magic: The Gathering World Championship for their share of a $50,400 prize purse!
The total prize money for each team in the Team Finals at the Magic: The Gathering World Championship will be divided evenly to each team member who competes in the Pro Tour Team Series Finals.
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Top performing teams may also be able to earn invitations based on their team’s performance over the course of the season. For the full information on prizing for the 2016-17 soft launch, please refer to the Rules & Eligibility below.
The members of Team Finland secured a Top 8 finish at the 2016 World Magic Cup and joined up with a former Finnish Pro Tour Top 8 competitor and Gold-level pro formerly from Canada to form Almost Finnished.
With half of the team traveling to their first Pro Tour, Basic features relatively fresh faces from Ireland, England, Wales, and Canada as they throw their hat in the ring and prepare to take on the Pro Tour together.
Cardhoarder has expanded their professional team to the Pro Tour, where some of the most dominant players from the independent series in 2016 will go toe-to-toe with the Pro Tour's best.
Channel Fireball Fire
Channel Fireball Fire features a mixture of Pro Tour Top 8 veterans and up-and-coming players who have begun to shine on the Pro Tour stage.
Channel Fireball Ice
The star-studded Channel Fireball Ice spans three continents and includes three Pro Tour Hall of Fame competitors. Half of their team have won Pro Tours in the past.
Greece’s recent Pro Tour Top 8 competitor and the winning 2016 World Magic Cup team have joined together with a face new to the Pro Tour to throw their hat in the Team Series ring.
One-half of the Pantheon, D3 Go! is comprised of Pro Tour Hall of Famers, Pro Tour Champions, and the sole back-to-back World Champion in the game's history.
Dave & Adam’s
Team Dave & Adam's also features a crew of players with a range in success and experience looking to build upon their premier-level performances.
DEX Army features Latin America's headline competitors, and spans four different countries, with three players from Brazil and one player each from Argentina, Portugal, and Spain.
DEXThird features a spread of experience levels from Latin America, and represents a split of countries: three each from Chile and Brazil.
The super-team of 2015 lives on, as EUreka features two representatives from Austria, two from Germany, and one each from Luxembourg and Serbia.
Face to Face Games
Face to Face Games continues onward with its headline players representing the team at the game's flagship stage, sporting three Pro Tour champions among them.
Fire Squad is a combination of players with a spread of experience levels at Pro Tours, but plenty at Grand Prix and on Magic Online.
One part Czech Republic, two parts Denmark, three parts USA—Genesis features star power from two continents, comprised of former representatives from the EUreka, East West Bowl, and Cabin Crew testing teams.
Hareruya's pro features three familiar faces from the professional scene in Japan alongside three of Europe's top players as the Europe/Japanese alliance tackles the Pro Tour’s best.
The Illinois-based store’s pro team features a familiar line-up of Midwest players as they join up with some veterans from coast to coast in this season’s Team Series.
This powerhouse Japanese team sports four Pro Tour Hall of Famers, a Pro Tour Champion, and a Pro Tour finalist, and is one of the teams to watch out for this season.
Another one of Latin America's super-teams, Ligamagic brings together four of Brazil's brightest players to compete alongside representatives from Argentina and Mexico this season.
Lingering Souls brings together an assortment of players from North America as well as Europe to form a new team that pays homage to one of the most infamous flashback cards to come out of Innistrad block.
Magic Corsairs Crew
While the France-based Magic Corsairs Crew does not have the most Pro Tour experience compared to other teams, they have plenty of games of Magic under their belts with two Grand Prix champions.
One part of the former East West Bowl that dominated the 2015–16 season, Massdrop East brings many of the East Coast North American players together under one banner.
Another part of the former East West Bowl, Massdrop West features two Pro Tour Champions alongside many members of the former testing team that had phenomenal 2015–16 seasons.
Mox Box Bowl
The final part of the former East West Bowl has reformed as Mox Box Bowl, representing many long-time Magic veterans alongside some up-and-comers who have posted some big finishes in the last two seasons.
MTG Bent Card
As the testing counterpart of MTG Mint Card, MTG Bent Card formed as a playful jab at their friends and features representation from three continents and five countries.
MTG Mint Card
Known as the super-team out of the Asia Pacific, MTG Mint Card has expanded its roster and alliances into parts of Europe and North America over the years.
Japan has brought another hyper-powered team into the 2016–17 Pro Tour Team Series, with Pro Tour Hall of Famers working alongside a stacked line-up of Japan's most prominent pros from the last few seasons.
A cross section of players who have worked together on and off over the years has come together to form Mutiny, a collaboration between pros from California; Roanoke, Virginia; and Madison, Wisconsin.
A collection of Regional Pro Tour Qualifier winners and Grand Prix top finishers, NorCal is undaunted by the competition ahead and ready to make the most of their Pro Tour experience.
Former EUreka members have come together to form a new team with two players from Italy, one from Poland, and one very famous Pro Tour Hall of Famer from France.
Perhaps the most looked-to team at every Pro Tour, Puzzle Quest boasts one-half of the Pantheon, with many of the greatest minds from Pro Tour history.
Relatively new to the Pro Tour scene, Tapas features the Australian World Magic Cup team that just recently earned a Top 8 at 2016's event joining together with some fresh faces from down under.
Top Level—named after team member Patrick Chapin's podcast with Michael J. Flores—is a powerhouse team that combines great minds to form one solid configuration.