The 2015-16 Premier Play season continues with a stop in Madrid, Spain for Pro Tour Shadows over Innistrad! The format for this Pro Tour is Standard Constructed and Shadows over Innistrad Booster Draft.
Shadows over Innistrad is the start to a new block, and as a result, the Standard format is going to shift around in a big way. With $250,000 in prize money up for grabs, players will be tackling the new format and bringing their best in pursuit of cash, Pro Points, and seats in the 2016 World Championship.
Not coming to the Pro Tour? Then tune in to the live broadcast! You can catch every Deck Tech, plenty of feature match action, play-by-play, live look-ins, player interviews, and much more as we bring you live video coverage of all three days on Twitch!
LIVE STREAMING VIDEO
LIVE STREAMING VIDEO
Follow live streaming video coverage of Pro Tour Shadows Over Innistrad on DailyMTG and Twitch April 22-24! Coverage begins all three days at 9 a.m. local time (CET)/12 a.m. PT/3 a.m. ET/7 a.m. UTC!
Not qualified for Pro Tour Shadows over Innistrad? Are you traveling with a competitor, or do you live near the Pro Tour venue? Then come on by, because you're more than welcome to witness the action in person!
The Pro Tour tournament area is set up to accommodate spectating of every match in progress during each round, so if you're looking to see how your favorite pro or your friend is doing, you'll be able to do so.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask our representatives at the entrance to the tournament hall. Just look for the friendly people in the red Wizards shirts and they'll be happy to assist you.
In addition to that, the on-site vendor is offering some cool exclusives at this show for purchase. You can see the Pro Tour-exclusive merchandise that will be for sale at this event below.
Please send an email to email@example.com if you wish to set up a media credential for Pro Tour Shadows over Innistrad. Wizards of the Coast asks that all media requests be submitted according to this schedule:
Video coverage: By March 21 (4 weeks prior to the event)
Non-video coverage: By April 8 (two weeks prior to the event)
Requests made after that date, including requests made on-site, may be denied.