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'''Emma Handy''' is a ''[[Magic: the Gathering]]'' player and content producer, known for her articles on [[StarCityGames]], casting events as a color commentator on the [[SCG Tour]], streaming, and helping write scripts for [[Tolarian Community College]].<ref>{{TwitterRef|M_TeeGee|1016833076461228032|author=Emma Handy|title=Obligatory social media plug|date=July 11, 2018}}</ref> She is currently part of the [[Play Design]] team at [[Wizards of the Coast]].<ref name="Roster changes"/>WOTC = PIGS
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'''Emma Handy''' is a ''[[Magic: the Gathering]]'' player and content producer, known for her articles on [[StarCityGames]], casting events as a color commentator on the [[SCG Tour]], streaming, and helping write scripts for [[Tolarian Community College]].<ref>{{TwitterRef|M_TeeGee|1016833076461228032|author=Emma Handy|title=Obligatory social media plug|date=July 11, 2018}}</ref> She is currently part of the [[Play Design]] team at [[Wizards of the Coast]].<ref name="Roster changes"/>
   
 
==Career==
 
==Career==

Revision as of 07:37, 12 February 2021

Emma Handy
Demographics
Nationality {USA} American
Professional Career
Pro Tour debut 2020 Rivals League
PT top 8s 1 (0 wins)
GP top 8s 0

Emma Handy is a Magic: the Gathering player and content producer, known for her articles on StarCityGames, casting events as a color commentator on the SCG Tour, streaming, and helping write scripts for Tolarian Community College.[1] She is currently part of the Play Design team at Wizards of the Coast.[2]

Career

In 2019, Handy was short-term contracted by Wizards of the Coast to design the Wild Bounty Brawl deck for Throne of Eldraine.[3] In December 2020, she accepted a position working for the Play Design team.[2]

Professional play

In January 2020, Emma was invited to become part of the Rivals League. In October 2020, she finished in the Top 8 of the 2020 Season Grand Finals playing Gruul Adventures.

After the first Split Championship of the 2021-21 season she stepped back from the Rivals League because she had accepted a job at Wizards of the Coast.[2]

League play

Season Rank
2020 Rivals League 17
2020-21 Rivals League Withdrawn

Accomplishments

Season Event type Location Format Date Rank
2020 Grand Finals MTG Arena Standard and Historic 9-11 October 2020 8

Source: Wizards.com

References

  1. Emma Handy (July 11, 2018). "Obligatory social media plug". Twitter.
  2. a b c Blake Rasmussen (December 11, 2020). "2020-21 Season Magic Rivals League Roster Changes". Magic.gg.
  3. Gavin Verhey (September 4, 2019). "Inside the Throne of Eldraine Brawl Decks". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.