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In order to keep the playmat a Game Day exclusive, we ask that you destroy it if your Game Day doesn't occur.

After 30 days, extra Game Day promos can be given out at future Magic events.

In "Tournament" events, players receive Planeswalker Points based on match wins (3 points per win, 1 point per draw). These events require a minimum of 8 players and 3 rounds.

In "Casual" events, players receive exactly one Planeswalker Point, regardless of performance. These events require only two players and do not require rounds.

Note: many WPN materials are exclusive to Core Level and above stores.

This depends on the type of event and the number of players you expect to attend. Consult the charts below for our recommendation.

Grand Prix Trials:

Players expected Total Judges L3s L2s L1
200+ 6 1 2 3
160-199 5 0 2 3
120-159 4 0 1 3
64-119 3 0 1 2
33-63 2 0 0 2
Less than 33 1 0 0 1

Preliminary Pro Tour Qualifiers:

Players expected Total Judges L3s L2s L1
200+ 6 1 2 3
160-199 5 1 1 3
120-159 4 1 1 2
64-119 3 0 1 2
33-63 2 0 1 1
Less than 33 1 0 1 0

There are two ways to do this—one for before the scheduling window closes, and one for after.

Before the scheduling window closes:

1. Go to our Store and Event Locator.

2. Choose "Search Options" and check the "Magic Preliminary Pro Tour Qualifier" box.

3. Enter your geographic information and choose "Go."

4. This will generate a list of all nearby stores with a Preliminary Pro Tour Qualifier scheduled. To find the date of their event, choose the store, then filter their events to show only Preliminary Pro Tour Qualifiers.

Dates and formats are subject to change. Please contact the store running the event for the most up-to-date information.

If you need to change the date or format of your PPTQ before the scheduling window closes, simply cancel your event and schedule a new one with the correct information.

After the scheduling window closes:

1. Go to the Preliminary Pro Tour Qualifier page on magic.wizards.com.

2. Choose the Fact Sheet for the PPTQ you'd like to check for conflicts.

3. On the Fact Sheet page, choose "Schedule."

4. Use your browser's search feature (usually CTRL+F) to find stores in your area (it's better to search by region than by city or store name).

The schedule is subject to change. Please contact the store running the event for the most up-to-date information.

If you need to change the date or format of your PPTQ, please contact your local Support Team and they'll be happy to look into it with you.

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Wizards Event Reporter (WER)

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If you think you have found a bug in Wizards Event Reporter (WER), please contact your local Wizards of the Coast office by email. Be sure to include the following information:

  • Description of the error.
  • Operating system.
  • Your DCI number.

If you encounter an error when sanctioning or reporting an event in WER, please contact your local Wizards of the Coast office for assistance.

Wizards Event Reporter (WER) is the downloadable program used to schedule, run, and report events for all Wizards Play Network (WPN) retail locations.

Download Wizards Event Reporter to get started!

To log in and use WER, you will need to:

  • Be enrolled in the WPN as a store owner or tournament organizer.
  • Have WER downloaded and installed on your computer.
  • Know your DCI number and password.

If you still have questions or need assistance with your DCI number and password, please contact your local Wizards of the Coast office.

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