As the organizer of an extraordinary campaign, We Are Esports had the incredible opportunity to collaborate with two esteemed partners, Red Bull and Wizards of the Coast, to introduce Magic Arena to the world of esports. This tournament series captivated Europe with its unprecedented scale and brought together an amazing lineup of Magic Pro League participants, as well as numerous aspiring challengers. With a remarkable $200,000 Prize Pool up for grabs, this thrilling competition not only left a lasting impression on Twitch but is still talked about throughout the entire Magic community.
In addition to the online qualifiers, We Are Esports hosted two unforgettable Qualifier events, held in Italy and Belgium. These on-site tournaments created an electrifying atmosphere, as players from diverse backgrounds came together to showcase their skills. The competition was fierce, and the anticipation grew as each round whittled down the contenders to the very best. As the series reached its climax, all roads led to the Red Bull Gaming Sphere in London for the highly anticipated finals. This state-of-the-art venue provided the perfect backdrop for the final of an unforgettable journey.
More than a regular tournament
The impact of this series extended far beyond the tournament itself. It fostered a sense of community among Magic enthusiasts, uniting players and fans alike in their shared passion for the game. The lasting memories created during this monumental event continue to resonate within the Magic community to this day.
As the organizer of the remarkable tournament series, We Are Esports, in collaboration with Red Bull and Wizards of the Coast, brought the exhilarating world of Magic Arena to the forefront of esports in Europe. With its extraordinary Prize Pool, participation of Magic Pro League players, and thrilling matches, this series left an indelible mark on Twitch and the wider Magic community. The success of this event was a testament to the dedication and passion of all those involved, and it will forever be remembered as a turning point in the history of Magic esports.