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Gregory Orange
Nickname The Citrus Assassin[1]
Residence Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Nationality {USA} American
Professional Career
Pro Tour debut Pro Tour Avacyn Restored
Top Finishes 1 (1 win)
GP top 8s 3 (1 win)
PT Champion

Gregory "Greg" Orange is an American professional Magic player.

Professional play[]

He first experienced success at the highest stage of competitive play when he qualified for Pro Tour Magic 2015 by making the top eight of Grand Prix Minneapolis 2014, and then finished 18th at the Pro Tour. He followed it up with a 9th-place finish at the next Pro Tour, PT Khans of Tarkir. He has since been a regular at the Pro Tour level, and won Grand Prix San Antonio alongside teammates Adam Jansen and Andrejs Prost. In 2018, he won Pro Tour 25th Anniversary alongside teammates Allen Wu and Ben Hull

In 2020, he won a place in the Rivals League, but after the 2020-21 season he was relegated to challenger status.

League play[]

Season Rank
2020 Rivals League 6
2020-21 Rivals League 39


Season Event type Location Format Date Rank
2013–14 Grand Prix Minneapolis Modern 10–11 May 2014 4
2014–15 Grand Prix Dallas Limited 25–26 July 2015 7
2016–17 Grand Prix San Antonio Team Modern 1–2 April 2017 1
2017–18 Pro Tour Minneapolis Team Constructed 3–5 August 2018 1


Pro Tour results[]

List of the Pro Tour results and winnings of Gregory Orange
Season Pro Tour Format Finish Winnings
2012 Avacyn Restored in Barcelona Block Constructed and Booster Draft 326
2013–14 Magic 2015 in Portland Standard and Booster Draft 18 $2,500
2014–15 Khans of Tarkir in Honolulu Standard and Booster Draft 9 $5,000
2014–15 Fate Reforged in Washington, D.C. Modern and Booster Draft 299
2014–15 Magic Origins in Vancouver Standard and Booster Draft 158
2015–16 Battle for Zendikar in Milwaukee Standard and Booster Draft 105
2015–16 Oath of the Gatewatch in Atlanta Modern and Booster Draft 69 $1,000
2015–16 Shadows over Innistrad in Madrid Standard and Booster Draft 68 $1,000
2015–16 Eldritch Moon in Sydney Standard and Booster Draft 51 $1,000
2016–17 Kaladesh in Honolulu Standard and Booster Draft 20 $3,000
2016–17 Aether Revolt in Dublin Standard and Booster Draft 107
2016–17 Amonkhet in Nashville Standard and Booster Draft 116
2016–17 Hour of Devastation in Kyoto Standard and Booster Draft 115
2017–18 Ixalan in Albuquerque Standard and Booster Draft 184
2017–18 Rivals of Ixalan in Bilbao Modern and Booster Draft 296
2017–18 Dominaria in Richmond Standard and Booster Draft 21 $3,000
2017–18 25th Anniversary in Minneapolis Team Constructed 1 $50,000
2018–19 Guilds of Ravnica in Atlanta Standard and Booster Draft 33 $1,500
2018–19 Mythic Championship Cleveland 2019 Standard and Booster Draft 427 $500


External links[]


  1. Meghan Wolff (2017-02-04). "DECK TECH: BLUE-RED, NO SAHEELI IN SIGHT". Wizards of the Coast.