DreamHack to host Magic: The Gathering Arena tournaments in Anaheim, Dallas, Atlanta, and Jönköping throughout 2020 festivals
Each Tournament To Be Live-streamed Online Featuring $100,000 Prize Pool
STOCKHOLM — DreamHack, the premier gaming lifestyle festival, in partnership with Wizards of the Coast, today announced that DreamHack will host four tournaments for the popular game Magic: The Gathering Arena throughout 2020. The first event to feature the tournament will be DreamHack Anaheim, the first-ever DreamHack event on the U.S. west coast, February 21-23, 2020. Additional tournaments will be featured at DreamHack Dallas, May 22-24; DreamHack Atlanta, November 13-15; and DreamHack Winter, November 27-29.
Magic: The Gathering Arena is a free-to-play digital version of the immensely popular card game Magic: The Gathering, and is developed and published by Wizards of the Coast. Find out more about the game by visiting the official website.
DreamHack’s Magic: The Gathering Arena tournaments will use an open format, meaning that ticket holders to each specific festival may register and participate. The tournaments will be played using a Swiss-format, featuring a $100,000 prize pool, and will be live-streamed.
Stay tuned at dreamhack.com/anaheim for the latest updates on signups and tournament format.
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