We expect big things from the return to Magic's Greek-mythology-inspired plane. Here are a few reasons why—and what you can do to prepare.
Today's suite of products brings wider range of Magic experiences than ever before—which means more happy customers for you. Let’s take a deeper dive.
If you're interested in Premium, these changes are the best place to start—more than half of successful applicants make at least one of them.
If not, here's how to get there—and get closer to WPN Premium while you're at it.
WPNQs work a little differently than most in-store play. Here’s what you need to know about running events at Competitive Rules Enforcement Level.
The "how you can get them" part probably won't surprise you.
We asked the owner of Paradox Comics-N-Cards how he measures the benefits of WPN Premium. He did not answer like we expected.
You might be losing more potential players than you realize by not scheduling your Prerelease events before the distributor lock date.
2020 will bring more Commander decks than ever, WPN exclusive Commander products, the inclusion of Commander events in your metrics, and much, much more.
Paradox Comics-N-Cards wanted WPN Premium to reward their players. It turned out the reward came not when they got the Premium seal, but as they pursued it.
They started with less than $2000 in their bank accounts. Today they're among the best stores in the world. Here's how they did it.
It's okay not to be Premium. But if you want it, and you think it's right for you, we believe it's within your reach. Here's why.
Here’s what it takes to be a WPN Premium store.
In the new WPN, metrics are much simpler, much more relevant, and designed to nurture growth in tabletop Magic for the long term.