Game: Magic: The Gathering
Organized by: The Mythic Society
Tournament Type: MTG Arena
The Magic the Gathering Arena Community Cup is a monthly online MTG Arena tournament with 1000$ in prizes from TheMythicStore.com! Free and open to all Twitch subscribers of The Mythic Society. Find all the details, rules and more below.
Free to Play | Twitch Subscription Required | Format: Historic | Ended | 56 of 128 Enrolled Players
Having trouble registering? Try re-verifying your Twitch account in your profile, it's a known bug and doing that will fix the issue!
Did you know that if you have Amazon Prime and you link it to your Twitch account, you get a FREE sub to the channel of your choice? Just sayin'.
Players streaming the event that reach the Playoffs will get a $10 bonus. To be eligible to get the bonus, players need to link their twitch account to mtgmelee.com and stream the event with "Arena Community Cup" in their stream title until they are eliminated.
*Items purchased on themythicstore.com will only ship to USA and Canada, but if you are outside these countries, we will gladly transfer your store credit to another person's account upon request. This would make the process easier if you trade or sell it to someone in these countries. Store credits are in Canadian amounts.
The Tournament will begin on July 26th, with the following schedule in Eastern Time (EDT):
Everything happens in your "Player Controller" page.
Pairings will be announced in the form of a notification, voice notification, SMS notification (if you activate it in your profile settings) and your player controller page will display your pairing in the "Current Pairing" section.
You will have 5 minutes to check-in and start your matches. You will be dropped if you don't start communicating with an admin or your opponent 5 minutes after round is paired. Pay attention to all notifications throughout the tournament.
Any types of connection issue, bugs, anything related to your game crashing/not functioning properly will not result in restarting the match. If it happens to you and only you, it is your fault, it is unfortunately the only to deal with this in a fair way. Anything else will be dealt with in a civilized and fair fashion.
Players should be aware of known issues in MTG Arena.
Issues with MTGMelee or your match? Contact us via our Discord server!
In the event that there is a dispute between players, we may ask for a screenshot in order to better understand a situation, or as a way to have proof that something is occurring. We also highly-recommend that you take a screenshot of every Victory screen when playing in a tournament, showing both players’ names; in the event of a dispute over which player won a match, these screenshots will generally act as concrete-proof of a victory.