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Rivals of Ixalan Sealed MOCS Open Event Sunday, April 8
Modern has spent more time in the spotlight than usual lately, and the Modern Cube is a great way to try out all the iconic cards and synergies that shape one of Magic's most dynamic formats. Modern Cube can be found in the Limited Leagues section of the Play Lobby and will run through April 20.
For event details, and to see the complete card list and the latest changes to it, click here. Happy Cubing!
The new Magic format, Brawl, is coming to Magic Online on Wednesday, April 18! Keep an eye out for Lee Sharpe’s article on April 11 for more information about the Magic Online release.
In the meantime, read about the new format in Gavin Verhey’s article here.
If you haven't already been watching Team Modern Super League, you're missing out on a lot of fun and a lot of great Magic play. But you're in luck—the Modern action continues for a few more weeks, so you've still got plenty of chances to catch up!
A Magic Online Regional Pro Tour Qualifier (RPTQ) for Pro Tour Dominaria will take place on Saturday, April 7 at 2 p.m. PT (-7 for UTC). These events are only open to players who qualified via in-store Preliminary Pro Tour Qualifier events—pre-registration is also required.
Additional details about Regional Pro Tour Qualifiers can be found here.
A Rivals of Ixalan Sealed MOCS Open event will take place on Sunday, April 8 at 7 a.m. PT (-7 for UTC). MOCS Open events do not require an invitation or Qualifier Points to join—simply join this event with 40 Event Tickets or 400 Play Points. The winner qualifies for the Magic Online Championship, a Pro Tour, and the Pro Tour Challenge event at that Pro Tour.
Click here for more information about the 2018 MOCS events.
TheMagic OnlineFormat Challenges continue every weekend for Modern, Vintage, 1v1 Commander, Legacy, and Pauper formats!
Pacific Standard Time (-7 for UTC)
|Start Time||Event Type|
Saturday, 8 a.m.
Saturday, 10 a.m.
Sunday, 8 a.m.
Sunday, 10 a.m.
Check out this page for further event details.
The next two downtimes will be April 18 (extended), 3 a.m.–noon PT/-7 for UTC; and May 9 (regular), 6–10 a.m. PT/-7 for UTC.