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'''Autumn Burchett''' is an English professional ''Magic'' player. Perhaps best known for winning the first-ever [[Mythic Championship]], the continuation of [[Pro Tour]] events, [[Mythic Championship Cleveland 2019|MC Cleveland 2019]]. Burchett, who identifies as transfeminine non-binary, was thus notable for being the first non-male player to have won a Pro Tour, as well as being the first English Pro Tour champion. They also won the English National Championship back-to-back in 2017 and 2018, and finished 11th at their first Pro Tour, [[Pro Tour Battle for Zendikar|PT ''Battle for Zendikar'']].
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'''Autumn Burchett''' is an English professional ''Magic'' player. Perhaps best known for winning the first-ever [[Mythic Championship]], the continuation of [[Pro Tour]] events, [[Mythic Championship Cleveland 2019|MC Cleveland 2019]]. Burchett, who identifies as transfeminine non-binary, was thus notable for being the first non-binary player to have won a Pro Tour, as well as being the first English Pro Tour champion. They also won the English National Championship back-to-back in 2017 and 2018, and finished 11th at their first Pro Tour, [[Pro Tour Battle for Zendikar|PT ''Battle for Zendikar'']].
   
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==League play==
Om April 25, 2019, [[Magic esports]] [https://twitter.com/MagicEsports/status/1121413556833067008 announced] without explanation that Autumn Burchett was joining the [[MPL]]. In effect, they replaced [[Owen Turtenwald]] who had been removed without an official reason given.
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Om April 25, 2019, [[Magic esports]] [https://twitter.com/MagicEsports/status/1121413556833067008 announced] that Autumn Burchett was joining the [[MPL]] effectively replacing [[Owen Turtenwald]]. Finishing in the Top 20, they could continue in the [[2020 Magic Pro League|2020 Season]].
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Revision as of 06:22, 7 December 2020

Autumn Burchett
Autumn Burchett.jpg
Demographics
Residence Langley, England, United Kingdom
Nationality {GB-ENG} English
Professional Career
Pro Tour debut Pro Tour Battle for Zendikar
Top Finishes 2 (1 win)
GP top 8s 0
Awards
PT Champion

Autumn Burchett is an English professional Magic player. Perhaps best known for winning the first-ever Mythic Championship, the continuation of Pro Tour events, MC Cleveland 2019. Burchett, who identifies as transfeminine non-binary, was thus notable for being the first non-binary player to have won a Pro Tour, as well as being the first English Pro Tour champion. They also won the English National Championship back-to-back in 2017 and 2018, and finished 11th at their first Pro Tour, PT Battle for Zendikar.

League play

Om April 25, 2019, Magic esports announced that Autumn Burchett was joining the MPL effectively replacing Owen Turtenwald. Finishing in the Top 20, they could continue in the 2020 Season.

Season Rank
2019 Magic Pro League 12
2020 Magic Pro League 09
2020-21 Magic Pro League

Accomplishments

Season Event type Location Format Date Rank
2017–18 Nationals Derby Standard and Booster Draft 16–17 September 2017 1
2017–18 Nationals Watford Standard and Booster Draft August 18–19, 2018 1
2018–19 Mythic Championship Cleveland Standard and Booster Draft 22–24 February 2019 1
2020 Worlds Honolulu Standard and Booster Draft 14-16 February 2020 8
2020-21 Split Championship MTG Arena Standard and Historic December 4–6, 2020 2

Source: Wizards.com

Pro Tour results

List of the Pro Tour results and winnings of Autumn Burchett
Season Pro Tour Format Finish Winnings
2015–16 Battle for Zendikar in Milwaukee Standard and Booster Draft 11 $5,000
2015–16 Oath of the Gatewatch in Atlanta Modern and Booster Draft 278
2015–16 Shadows over Innistrad in Madrid Standard and Booster Draft 348
2016–17 Aether Revolt in Dublin Standard and Booster Draft 355
2017–18 Dominaria in Richmond Standard and Booster Draft 137
2017–18 25th Anniversary in Minneapolis Team Constructed 157
2018–19 Guilds of Ravnica in Atlanta Standard and Booster Draft 20 $3,000
2018–19 Mythic Championship Cleveland 2019 Standard and Booster Draft 1 $50,000

Source: Wizards.com

External links