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Year of the Ox Magic: The Gathering Store Challenger Series 2021 Promos Revealed

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Year of the Ox MTG promos are coming!

Earlier this year, Magic: The Gathering players across Asia-Pacific were able to get promotional versions of Sethron, Hurloon General and a Minotaur token to celebrate the Year of the Ox, and they were able to get through in-store play and purchase promotion for Wizards Play Network (WPN) stores.

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Today, Wizards of the Coast has revealed additional rewards for in-store play this year, so players in the Asia-Pacific region can expect these Year of the Ox promotional cards exclusively at their local WPN stores.

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  • At least four qualifier events will be held by stores for each series and must be held with a minimum of eight players participating.
  • The top two finishers from each qualifier are invited to return for the Store Championship.
  • The Store Championship will take place after the final qualifier has been run.
  • Promotional cards and event scheduling will be determined by your local game store—ask how they’ll distribute them when you register for your first qualifier!

June 21–July 18: Sealed or Draft

Promo: Moraug, Fury of Akoum

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August 9–September 5: Modern or Standard

Promo: Ox of Agonas

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October 11—November 7: Standard or Limited

Promo: Angrath, the Flame-Unchained (card not finalized yet)

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December 6–January 16: Standard or Limited (card not finalized yet)

Promo: Tahngrath, First Mate

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Players should check with their local WPN stores for scheduled dates and times to participate in the Store Challenger Series.

You can watch Gavin Verhey talk about the Year of the Ox promo cards in the new episode of Good Morning Magic!.

Good Morning Magic! – YouTube

What do you think about these new Year of the Ox promotional cards? Let us know what your think in the comments section below.

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