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Use Wizards Eventlink to organize remote Magic events.
To meet the urgent need for a remote play opportunities, we've launched alpha testing of the new event management tool ahead of schedule.
Create an online community hub with a single click.
We've partnered with Discord to help WPN members create Discord servers quickly and easily.
- Engaged Player
- New Player
- Super Fan
- Interested Player
- Engaged Player
Invite new players to join your community with a Welcome Deck tutorial and a showcase of both the game and its social benefits.
Every Friday, offer a "Night of Magic" aimed at all levels of players and make your store the place to have fun.
Build excitement for a new Magic set, one week before the set's release, with a Sealed Deck event.
Celebrate the release of a new Magic set with a weekend of collection-building Booster Draft events that reward participants with foil, alternate art promo cards.
A Magic Tournament is one of the ways you can run Magic in your store beyond franchise events like Friday Night Magic and Prerelease.
A Magic Casual event is one of the ways you can run Magic in your store beyond franchise events like Friday Night Magic and Prerelease.
Pioneer is a nonrotating format featuring cards from Return to Ravnica and forward.
Brawl is a casual, multiplayer, constructed format, similar to Commander, but using only Standard-legal cards.