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Weekly Blog - November 1, 2022

November 1, 2022 - Blog highlights and link


Magic Online congratulates Nathan Steuer on becoming the newly-crowned World Champion of Magic: The Gathering! Steuer, a two-time winner in the past year of MTGO’s top tournament – the MOCS Showcase – bested a field of 31 other competitors in Las Vegas to take home $100,0000, invitations to the next year of the highest-level in-person events, and the right to be featured on a card in an upcoming set. Read all about it at


We are aware of an ongoing issue with the MTGO Store. When you click Checkout, some users are redirected to rather than our web-based payment processing site. Our team is continuing to work towards a fix on that.

There is a workaround: If you minimize the browser window (rather than closing it), then click Checkout again, the browser will point to the correct website.

If you still have trouble, contact our team at


The annual spooky-themed Flashback to the plane of Innistrad is back – even if it’s a tad later than normal. Draft with classic build-arounds of Burning Vengeance and Spider Spawning, or embrace the transformational power of Werewolves.

This 3x Innistrad Phantom Draft League starts tomorrow at 10 a.m. PT and runs for a week. Entry options are 10 Event Tickets, 100 Play Points, or 2 Innistrad boosters + 2 Event Tickets. Note: cards will not be added to players’ collections.


Presented as a part of last weekend’s Magic 30 Festival in Las Vegas, Magic designer Carmen Handy debuts the Magic 30 Cube! This will be a recurring Cube offering that runs alongside the multi-day tabletop celebrations this year and next year.


The second half of qualifying for the next set of MOCS Showcase Qualifier events in December starts this weekend with two more Showcase Challenge events.
  • Standard – Saturday, November 5 at 6 a.m. PT (13:00 UTC)
  • Legacy – Sunday, November 6 at 8 a.m. PT (16:00 UTC)
    • Note: This Sunday is the end of Daylight Savings Time for the year in the Americas. Be sure to set your clock back an hour on Saturday night if this applies in your region.


Be sure to check out next Tuesday, November 8, for details on the next Standard release, The Brothers’ War.

Weekly Blog - October 25, 2022

October 25, 2022 - Blog highlights and link

The Magic Online team pulled off one of the biggest behind-the-scenes projects in years last Tuesday when we transitioned the game from Wizards of the Coast’s servers to Daybreak Games. A hearty congratulations goes to the MTGO crew!

Presented as a part of this weekend’s Magic 30 Festival in Las Vegas, Magic designer Carmen Handy debuts the Magic 30 Cube! This will be a recurring Cube offering that runs alongside the multi-day tabletop celebrations this year and next year.

Catch the Cube Spotlight Series offering from John Terrill before it leaves MTGO tomorrow morning.
Explore the lands with CubeCon Cartographia! This cube is offered as both a league and single-elimination draft queue with entry options of 10 Event Tickets or 100 Play Points.

With World Championship XXVIII happening this weekend, MTGO presents a fearsome foursome of Qualifier events in two of the formats featured there – Standard and Limited.

The great autumnal tradition celebrating Legacy and Vintage formats – Eternal Weekend – returns to Magic Online in December!

To read more about these topics and more, CLICK HERE!

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Daybreak Games Forum Guidelines – Updated October 25, 2022

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