Arena Open

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The Arena Open is an irregular tournament with a short duration and high skill cap featured on Magic: The Gathering Arena. The first Arena Open took place on May 30–31, 2020.[1][2]

Description[edit | edit source]

The Arena Open is a two-day competitive event where the top players are able to receive monetary rewards in US dollars. Outside of the eligibility requirements listed in its Terms and Conditions (e.g. you must be 18 years or older to participate), there are no other prerequisites to participate.

The Arena Open is currently separate from Magic esports (you will not earn Mythic Points), but it may queue you for a Players Tour/Mythic Invitational qualifier event. The goal is to hold multiple Arena Opens a year. The format played varies:

Date Format
May 2020 Standard Constructed
October 2020 Historic Constructed
February 2021 Kaldheim Sealed
May 2021 Strixhaven: School of Mages Sealed
July 2021 Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Sealed

Structure[edit | edit source]

Day 1[edit | edit source]

Day 1 is Best-of-One matches. The entry fee is 20,000 Gold or 4,000 Gems. You will play until seven wins or three losses (whichever comes first), with seven wins earning you qualification for Day 2. You'll be able to enter Day 1 multiple times, which means you'll have more than one opportunity to qualify for Day 2.

Prizes[edit | edit source]

  • 7 Wins: 2,000 Gems, Qualification for Day 2
  • 6 Wins: 1,600 Gems
  • 5 Wins: 1,200 Gems
  • 4 Wins: 800 Gems
  • 3 Wins: 400 Gems
  • 0–2 Wins: No Reward

Special reward promos will unlock as soon as you join the event

Traditional Prizes[edit | edit source]

The October Open introduced best-of-three entries for those wishing for a more classical experience. Players stop after their first loss, playing until their fourth win, with all other conditions as above.

  • 4 Wins: 5,000 Gems, Qualification for Day 2
  • 3 Wins: 5,000 Gems
  • 2 Wins: 2,500 Gems
  • 1 Win : 1,000 Gems
  • 0 Wins: No reward

Day 2[edit | edit source]

Day 2 consists of Best-of-Three matches. Again, you'll play until seven wins or two losses (whichever comes first), but unlike Day 1, you'll only have one opportunity to compete.

Prizes[edit | edit source]

  • 7 Wins: US$2,000
  • 6 Wins: US$1,000
  • 5 Wins: 20,000 Gems
  • 4 Wins: 10,000 Gems
  • 3 Wins: 6,000 Gems
  • 2 Wins: 4,000 Gems
  • 1 Win: 2,000 Gems
  • 0 Wins: No Reward

References[edit | edit source]