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Earn Exclusive Magic: The Gathering Rewards By Competing in Modern Horizons 3 Constructed Tournaments

Players in Australia and New Zealand can win exclusive Magic: The Gathering prizes by competing in Modern Horizons 3 Constructed tournaments this June.

If you fancy winning some exclusive Magic: The Gathering prizes, including Collector Booster boxes, Playmats, Card Sleeves, and more, then you’ll want to check out the upcoming Modern Horizons 3 Constructed tournaments in Australia and New Zealand. We’ve detailed everything you need to know below.

Full Magic: The Gathering Modern Horizons 3 Constructed Tournaments Details

Players will be able to compete in special Modern constructed tournaments between Friday, June 21, and Sunday, June 23, 2024, at participating WPN stores across Australia and New Zealand. Those who take part must have a deck with at least 15 cards whose first Modern-legal printing was in Modern Horizons 3. If you’re not sure where the nearest participating WPN store or qualifying MH3 Constructed Tournament is, you can use the WPN store and event locator here.

If you manage to win one of these tournaments (congratulations, by the way), you’ll win a Collector Booster box filled with rare cards. Additionally, a handful of top players will also win from a pool of unique rewards including playmats and card sleeves designed specifically for these events.

Magic the Gathering Modern Horizons 3 Details
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Furthermore, 2024 APAC League Season 2 qualifier events will also be held at participating WPN stores from Friday, June 14 to Friday, July 19, 2024. There are a ton of prizes to win, including the previously announced promotional full-art Mountain card and previous APAC League Year of the Rabbit-themed Playmats, Deck Boxes, and Sleeves.

So, make sure to head over to your local WPN store and check out these events to win some sweet Magic: The Gathering prizes. That’s everything you need to know. Will you be participating? Let us know in the comments below. Also, be sure to check out our Guide Hub for more Magic: The Gathering content.

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