It's 2018–19 Pro Tour Team Series roster reveal day!
These teams will be making their debut for the 2018–19 season of the Pro Tour Team Series starting with Pro Tour Guilds of Ravnica in Atlanta, Georgia, November 9–11. This season includes five Pro Tours—Guilds of Ravnica in Atlanta, and then Cleveland, London, Dallas-Fort Worth, and Barcelona in 2019—as teams compete for Pro Tour invitations and their share of a prize pool totaling just over $200,000.
In total, 39 teams will be making their debut at Atlanta's Pro Tour in November, so let's meet them!
Jelco Bodewes, Autumn Burchett, George Channing, Joao Choca, Francesco Giorgio, and Jamin Kauf
Axion Now represents some of the UK's brightest young stars along Pro Tour regulars from the Netherlands and Germany.
Julien Berteaux, Davy Loeb, Guillaume Matignon, Antoine Ruel, Florian Trotte, and Guillaume Wafo-Tapa
Baguette features fresh faces from France joined alongside some of the country's most successful Pro Tour competitors under one loaf of bre—er, banner.
Belgic Magic by Hareruya
Christophe Gregoir, Branco Neirynck, Leon Van Der Linden, Thomas Van Der Paelt, Peter Vieren, and Pascal Vieren
Belgium represents on Belgic Magic by Hareruya, featuring multiple players from the country who saw major Pro Tour success in the 2017–18 season.
Bolt the Bird
Oscar Christensen, Matti Kuisma, Leo Lahonen, Roope Metsa, Kasper Nielsen, and Karl Sarap
Featuring players from the Nordic regions, Bolt the Bird brings new and returning faces to the big stages of competitive Magic.
Andrew Elenbogen, Marcus Luong, Maxwell Mick, Rob Pisano, Vidianto Wijaya, and Bradley Yoo
Cardboard Live features a crew of Pro Tour regulars as they look to achieve success in the 2018–19 season.
Drew Helbig, Douglas Romani, Hamish Seymour, Daniel Troha, Daniel Vega, and Nick Waugh
Cardhoarder has brought on a squad of up-and-coming Pro Tour competitors, and they'll be taking their shot at staying on the Pro Tour together in the upcoming season.
Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa, Martin Jůza, Luis Scott-Vargas, Mike Sigrist, Ben Stark, and Josh Utter-Leyton
ChannelFireball's roster remains unchanged after an impressive performance in the 2017–18 season. They look to improve on last year's 3rd-place finish.
Immanuel Gerschenson, Piotr Głogowski, Radek Kaczmarczyk, Elias Klocker, Panagiotis Papadopoulos, and Aleksa Telarov
EUreka returns in similar shape to last season, but with a few new members, including Pro Tour Ixalan Top 8 competitor Piotr Głogowski.
Peter Ingram, Eli Kassis, Edgar Magalhaes, Morgan McLaughlin, Gabriel Nassif, and Shaheen Soorani
FacetoFaceGames.com features one returning member from last year's roster and many veterans of the Pro Tour as they look to bring home top honors.
Final Last Samurai
Atsuki Kihara, Yuki Matsumoto, Makihito Mihara, Takuma Morofuji, Kazutaka Naide, and Ryoichi Tamada
Final Last Samurai was not so final after all, as many of its team members from last season return with some new up-and-coming talent from Japan.
Dani Anderson, Gary Campbell, Kyle Cooper, Lauge De-place, Alexander Gordon-Brown, and Luke Southworth
GeekGear represents a contingency of UK players—including Scottish Magic community godfather Gary Campbell off a historic win at Grand Prix Birmingham—as they make their mark on the Pro Tour.
Matt Brown, Joe Demestrio, Ethan Gaieski, Kevin Jones, Makis Matsoukas, and Sam Rolph
GOAT features Pro Tour regulars spanning multiple continents as they seek to make the most of their Pro Tour invitations kicking off 2018–19.
Good Luck High Five
Dirk Baberowski, Kai Budde, Patrick Cox, Gerard Fabiano, Craig Wescoe, and Jelger Wiegersma
Good Luck High Five features Pro Tour veterans and legends alike, including German juggernaut Kai Budde and Phoenix Foundation team member Dirk Baberowski.
Samuel Black, Eric Froehlich, Quinn Kiefer, Steve Rubin, Ben Yu, and David Williams
Greater Good features Pro Tour Champions, legends, and one of the youngest competitors on the Pro Tour as they work toward a good cause.
Grey Ogre Games
Thirawat Chaovarindr, Tay Jun Hao, Ernest Lim, Christian Wijaya, Yam Wing Chun, and Lim Zhong Yi
Grey Ogre Games returns for a full Pro Tour season, representing veterans and newcomers alike from Asia, including Pro Tour Top 8 competitors Ernest Lim and Yam Wing Chun.
Christian Calcano, Jason Chung, Raphaël Lévy, Tomoharu Saito, Petr Sochůrek, and Kenji Tsumura
Featuring many of the global testing teams of previous seasons, Hareruya Axe represents three continents and a lot of talent in pursuit of 2018–19 glory.
Lucas Esper Berthoud, Márcio Carvalho, Sebastian Pozzo, Carlos Romão, Luis Salvatto, and Thiago Saporito
Following last year's massive success, Hareruya Latin will undergo zero changes in 2018–19 as the squad returns for another shot at Pro Tour glory.
Hareruya North America
Brandon Ayers, Ben Hull, Jacob Nagro, Gregory Orange, John Rolf, Allen Wu
One half Pro Tour 25th Anniversary Champions, the other half consistent Pro Tour competitors from 2017–18, Hareruya North America represents bright success stories out of the USA.
Kelvin Chew, Jérémy Dezani, Javier Dominguez, Grzegorz Kowalski, Andrea Mengucci, and Lee Shi Tian
Hareruya Sword is headlined by the 2018 Magic World Champion and many from a tight testing team the last few years as they compete toward success in 2018–19.
Corey Baumeister, Brian Braun-Duin, Seth Manfield, Brad Nelson, Logan Nettles, and Shahar Shenhar
Genesis returns with little churn and a (slightly) new name, as they look to contend for the top spots in 2018–19.
Toru Inoue, Ryuji Murae, Shuhei Nakamura, Rei Sato, Yuta Takahashi, and Kazuyuki Takimura
Kusemono is back under the helm of Hall of Famer Shuhei Nakamura as the squad brings back most of its talent for another shot at 2018–19 results.
Ben Friedman, Gerry Thompson, Oliver Tiu, Oliver Tomajko, Noah Walker, and Jacob Wilson
Legion returns with many of its members from last season after putting up a solid performance in 2017–18.
Julio Bernabe, Jose Luis Echeverria Paredes, Marcelino Freeman, Guilherme Merjam, Luis Navas, and Ignacio Parot
Latin America represents with Magicsur as players from Chile, Brazil, and Mexico compete together for a shot at top spots in the 2018–19 season.
Mark Jacobson, Jack Kiefer, Pascal Maynard, Jon Stern, Ben Weitz, Timothy Wu
Massdrop has consolidated to one and is back for 2018–19, headlined by many of the same competitors from last season along with the addition of the young Jack Kiefer to the squad.
Dmitriy Butakov, Antonio Del Moral León, Louis Deltour, Gonçalo Pinto, Bernardo Santos, and Francisco Sifuentes
MTG Manager features multiple players from Europe who have had recent success, including two-time Magic Online Champion Dmitriy Butakov and Pro Tour Dominaria finalist Gonçalo Pinto.
Yeh Chih-Cheng, Liu Yuchen, Zhu Yuxuan, Bolun Zhang, Zhang Zhiyang, and Zhou Zirui
MTGSheep is back in similar form to last year, represent some of China's best players alongside recent success stories at GPs in 2018.
Yuuki Ichikawa, Teruya Kakumae, Yuuya Watanabe, Kentaro Yamamoto, Shota Yasooka, and Ken Yukuhiro
2016–17 Champions Musashi return for a third season unobstructed and unchanged as Japan's best players look to redeem themselves in 2018–19.
Huang Hao-Shan, Mak Wai Hou, Martin Hrycej, Jan Ksandr, Dominik Prosek, and Zhi Yimin
Spanning two continents, Myst represents veterans from eastern Europe and Asia as they strive for 2018–19 success.
Nerd Rage Gaming
Joshua Collier, Lewk Faley, William Hahn, Matthew Haney, Jake Lamb, and Scott Matthews
Featuring relative newcomers to the Pro Tour, Nerd Rage Gaming has assembled to kick off 2018–19 with success.
Omega Card Games
Maxime Auger, Slater Claudel, Lucien Longlais, Jeff Pyka, Charles Rinehart, and Richard Tan
Omega Card Games features Pro Tour regulars coming together to maximize their 2018–19 chances on the Pro Tour.
Phoenix: New Dawn
Joshua Bausch, Jasper Grimmer, Christian Hauck, Marius Heuser, Arne Huschenbeth, and Thoralf Severin
Phoenix: 404 has been reborn as Phoenix: New Dawn, headlined by Pro Tour Ixalan Top 8 competitor Christian Hauck alongside much of Germany's up-and-coming talent.
Snapcardster x MTGMintCard
Michael Bonde, Martin Dang, Thomas Enevoldsen, Christoffer Larsen, Martin Müller, and Simon Nielsen
Snapcardster x MTGMintcard is an all-Danish superstar team, featuring Pro Tour stalwarts and veterans alike in pursuit of seasonal glory under one country's banner.
Alvaro Fernandez Torres, Sergio Ferrer Rozalen, Antonio Martos Donaire, Cristian Ortiz Ros, Adrian Ramiro, and Francisco Sanchez
Spanish Masters features Pro Tour regulars and newcomers alike from Spain coming together to represent their country's community in the 2018–19 season.
Zach Allen, Corey Burkhart, Tyler Hill, Ari Lax, Max McVety, and Stuart Parnes
Michigan represents in 2018–19, as Team RIW brings together some of the state's long-time Pro Tour veterans to take on the best of competitive Magic.
The Comic Book Store
Hunter Cochran, Wyatt Darby, Alexander Hayne, Mattia Rizzi, Ondřej Stráský, and Jonathan Sukenik
The Comic Book Store returns in 2018–19, headlined by Pro Tour Dominaria Champion Wyatt Darby and joined by veterans and newcomers to the team.
Sam Beaulieu, Samuel Ihlenfeldt, Gregory Michel, Matt Sikkink Johnson, Matt Stankey, and Daniel Weiser
Headlined by 2017–18 Rookie of the Year Samuel Ihlenfeldt, Tower Games brings many returning faces into the 2018–19 season.
Ultimate Guard Pro Team
Andrew Cuneo, Reid Duke, Jon Finkel, William Jensen, Paul Rietzl, and Owen Turtenwald
The 2017–18 Pro Tour Team Series Champions won't be changing a thing in the next season, as Ultimate Guard Pro Team returns in its full form for a shot at another title.
Andrew Baeckstrom, Ivan Floch, Thomas Hendriks, Matthew Nass, Samuel Pardee, and Matthew Severa
Ultra PRO is back with the majority of its team from the previous season and some famous Pro Tour faces for another shot at top honors.
Waaagh Taverne Paris
Eliott Boussaud, Pierre Dagen, Jean-Emmanuel Depraz, Remi Fortier, Théau Mery, and Julien Stihle
The all-French Waaagh Taverne Paris team is headlined by veterans and Pro Tour success stories alike as they come together to represent their country for a 2018–19 season.
That's 39 teams in total making their debut in November. Tune in starting November 8 (yes, November 8) for the Player of the Year playoff between Luis Salvatto and Seth Manfield, a Pro Tour Guilds of Ravnica preview, and then for the next three days for live coverage to see how these teams and everyone else does at the first Pro Tour of the 2018–19 season!