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.
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, with the exception of Pro Tour 25th Anniversary, where the Pro Points earned from all six team members will be added to a team's score.
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 to see who will be crowned Team Series champions!
Top 4 teams at the conclusion of the 2017-18 Team Series Championship will win their share of a prize purse of over $200,000! The total prize money for each team in the Team Series Championship at the Magic: The Gathering World Championship will be divided evenly to each team member who competes in the Pro Tour Team Series Finals for the Top 2 teams, and the players who were on the rosters of the 3rd and 4th place teams as of the end of Pro Tour 25th Anniversary.
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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, please refer to the Rules & Eligibility below.
Jarron Puszet and Joe Soh headline a team featuring three first-time Pro Tour competitors under the banner of Blitz for the 2017–18 season!
Cardhoarder is back for the 2017–18 season, headlined by four-time Grand Prix Top 8 competitor and Gold-level pro Noah Walker. They are joined by many of last season's faces, along with fifteen-year-old Jack Kiefer and Silver-level pro and resident Esper expert Shaheen Soorani.
Speaking of Cardhoarder, they have two teams in this season's Pro Tour Team Series! This group is looking to keep their members coming back to the Pro Tour regularly, as Hall of Famer Willy Edel and the team work to grow Latin American Magic's presence at the Pro Tour.
Six of Europe's Grand Prix regulars—headlined by Slovenia's Robin Dolar—have joined together as team Cardmarket. The six members have varying experience across their roster, but a fairly solid amount of experience at the Grand Prix level that they aim to leverage on Magic's big stage.
Catharsis is another European-based roster, with talent representing six different countries. They are headlined by two-time Pro Tour Top 8 competitor Pierre Dagen, but all six competitors have claims to fame, making this team one to keep an eye on.
Already regarded as one of this season's super-teams, ChannelFireball is headlined by ... well, everyone on the team, as by the time the next Pro Tour is under way, five out of six of the members of ChannelFireball will be Pro Tour Hall of Famers.
A global collection of Pro Tour competitors, Child's Play features six competitors spread across three different continents, united under the banner of a good cause.
Cloudpost Crew features a team of relative Pro Tour newcomers (five of them, in fact) as they unite under one incredibly adorable banner in pursuit of more Pro Tour invitations and glory!
Confluence is a combo of players primarily based out of Hong Kong who are seeking to turn their Pro Tour qualifications into a little bit more for the 2017–18 season.
A combination of three continents, including half of the incredibly successful MTG Bent Card team from last season, Connected Company unites former and current teammates as they head into the 2017–18 season.
Dave & Adam's is back with an almost completely new roster, with only Pro Tour Kaladesh Top 8 competitor Joey Manner returning to the team from last season.
Team EUreka returns with only a few roster changes. These players consistently put up solid finishes at the Pro Tour level, so keep your eyes on them in 2017–18 to see how they do at the top tables.
Featuring three Hall of Famers and some serious star power, Face to Face Games brings a ton of experience and proven track records with them into 2017–18.
A continuation of last season's Last Samurai squad, Final Last Samurai features multiple Hall of Fame competitors from Japan alongside longtime and new-era players from the region.
First Strike is a combination of Silver-level pros and some relatively fresh faces teaming together, with Pro Tour invitations and more on their radar.
Team Gamer's Haven brings together players from coast to coast as they look to maximize their Pro Tour invitations under one banner.
Genesis is back after their 2nd-place finish in 2016–17 with a couple of changes. They have expanded to a second team in the form of Revelation, while Corey Baumeister and 2016 World Champion Brian Braun-Duin have joined the Genesis ranks.
Comprised of RPTQ players and GP top finishes, Goon Squad is looking to turn their qualifications into a lot more.
Captained by Pro Tour Hour of Devastation Top 8 competitor Felix Leong, Grey Ogre Games represents some of Asia's up-and-coming players as they look to make their mark on the Pro Tour.
Latin America's best players have joined under the Hareruya banner to form Hareruya Latin, featuring the top Platinum and Gold-level pros from Brazil, Argentina, and Portugal.
Hotsauce Games is back for another season, with many familiar faces from the team alongside two-time Grand Prix Champion Adam Jansen.
Headlined by Pro Tour Hall of Famer Shuhei Nakamura, Kusemono features multiple Japanese heavy hitters to showcase one of many powerful teams based out of the country.
Comprising a spread of some relatively new faces alongside multiple Gold-level pros, La Perla Nera is a six-person squad representing Italy's current and future talent.
Lingering Souls lives up to its name from last season, this time uniting an almost completely different crew under one banner alongside the sole returning member from last season: Andreas Ganz.
Magic Corsairs Crew returns for another season, once again captained by Eliott Boussaud, as they aim to show the Pro Tour what French Magic is all about.
Longtime players from North America, Canada, and Lithuania join forces under the banner of new team ManaTraders in an effort to go from Silver to beyond in the 2017–18 season.
Massdrop East returns for 2017–18, featuring many faces from last season's two teams, with a little switching around from one team to another.
Massdrop West makes up the other half of the East-West team, again with some shuffling around and the debut of Shaun McLaren ... uh, on a team!
A new challenger emerges: MetaGame Gurus, featuring two teams in the 2017–18 Pro Tour Team Series! MetaGame Gurus Moon includes multiple Gold-level pros, with every competitor on the roster having had some success at the Grand Prix level.
The second of the MGG rosters, MetaGame Gurus Sun includes half of last season's Mutiny, plus a few familiar and passionate players from the Pro Club.
MTG Mint Card returns with the vast majority of their roster unchanged, with the exception of Pro Tour Hour of Devastation Top 8 competitor Yam Wing Chun, who has joined the team lineup.
China has entered the Pro Tour Team Series fray! Headlined by Pro Tour Aether Revolt Top 8 competitor Liu Yuchen, MTGSheep seeks further Pro Tour invitations and a chance to show the world what China can do on the big stage.
Last season's winners are back and remain unchanged, as Japanese super-team Musashi aims to add another set of trophies to their collection in the 2017–18 season.
A team made up entirely of Spanish players, including Pro Tour Fate Reforged Champion Antonio Del Moral Léon, Musashos is looking to kick off their 2017–18 season by defending their home turf in Bilbao.
Mutility brings together top finishes from various GPs and RPTQ winners in a bid to climb to the top of the standings.
Phoenix: 404 represents an all-German Magic squad featuring multiple first-timers alongside longtime competitor Florian Koch as they seek to make their mark on the Pro Tour.
Revelation represents the other half of the Genesis testing squad. Five out of these six players are from Europe, and the whole team has plenty of Pro Tour experience and many years at the top end of Pro Club status.
Snapcardster joins together Gold and Silver-level players from Europe alongside a Pro Tour newcomer from Brazil. The team is headlined by a few names that had great success in 2016–17, including Pro Tour Kaladesh Top 8 competitor Makis Matsoukas.
Sourcery features one longtime competitor alongside newcomers and young talent. The team is headlined by 2017 US National Champion Oliver Tomajko.
The Comic Book Store's roster features six Grand Prix regulars who consistently perform well as they strive for more opportunities to play at the Pro Tour level.
Headlined by GP Vegas 2015 Champion Scott Markeson, Tower Games features three folks who have competed at the Pro Tour level alongside three Pro Tour newcomers making their debut at Pro Tour Ixalan.
Featuring four Pro Tour Hall of Famers—including 2017 World Champion William Jensen—Ultimate Guard Pro Team is one of the early favorites in this season's Pro Tours.
With eleven Pro Tour Top 8s and three wins across all six team members, Ultra PRO represents a spread of cross-format, cross-continent talent and one of 2017–18's powerhouse teams.