2015–16 Pro Tour Season

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2015–16 Pro Tour Season
Player of the Year United States.png Owen Turtenwald
Rookie of the Year United States.png Oliver Tiu
World Champion United States.png Seth Manfield
Hall of Fame inductions United States.png Eric Froehlich
Japan.png Shota Yasooka
Brazil.png Willy Edel
Pro Tours 4
Grand Prix events 49
Previous season:
2014–15
Next season:
2016–17

The 2015–16 Pro Tour season was the twenty-first Pro Tour season. It started on 8 August 2015 with Grand Prix events at Hong Kong and San Diego, and ended on 7 August 2016 with the conclusion of Pro Tour Eldritch Moon.

Grand Prix (August 2015)[edit | edit source]

GP Hong Kong GP San Diego GP London
 Date: 8–9 August 2015  Date: 8–9 August 2015  Date: 15–16 August 2015
 Format: Limited  Format: Standard  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 851  Attendance: 1493  Attendance: 2152
 1. Malaysia.png Chye Yian Hsiang  1. United States.png Michael Majors  1. England.png Fabrizio Anteri
 2. Philippines.png Jan Ang  2. Brazil.png Artur Villela  2. Italy.png Matteo Moure
 3. Philippines.png Victoriano Lim  3. United States.png Paul Rietzl  3. Norway.png Erik Skinstad
 4. China.png Liu Yuchen  4. United States.png Paul Yeem  4. Greece.png Bill Chronopoulos
 5. China.png Wu Songwei  5. United States.png Loren Eakins  5. Poland.png Piotr Wald
 6. Hong Kong.png Cheung Lap Chung  6. United States.png Corey Burkhart  6. Italy.png Marco Cammilluzzi
 7. Hong Kong.png Wing Chun Yam  7. United States.png Ben Weitz  7. Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza
 8. Hong Kong.png Kwok Suen Wang  8. United States.png Dan Ward  8. Venezuela.png Daniel Fior
GP Detroit GP Prague GP Santiago
 Date: 15–16 August 2015  Date: 29–30 August 2015  Date: 29–30 August 2015
 Format: Team Limited  Format: Standard  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 2040 (680 teams)  Attendance: 1464  Attendance: 799
 1. United States.png Matt Nass
 1. Canada.png Jacob Wilson
 1. United States.png Sam Pardee
 1. France.png Elliot Boussaud  1. Chile.png Rodrigo Lopez
 2. Belgium.png Peter Vieren  2. Japan.png Tomoharu Saito
 3. Estonia.png Hannes Kerem  3. Chile.png Jorge Guerra
 2. United States.png Ben Stark
 2. United States.png Luis Scott-Vargas
 2. United States.png Eric Froehlich
 4. Slovenia.png Davor Detecnik  4. Argentina.png Martin Quiroga
 5. Italy.png Mattia Rizzi  5. Chile.png Esteban Truyol
 6. Austria.png Oliver Polak-Rottmann  6. Chile.png Christian Flores
 3. United States.png Owen Turtenwald
 3. United States.png William Jensen
 3. United States.png Reid Duke
 7. Luxembourg.png Steve Hatto  7. Chile.png Claudio Barrientos Ochoa
 8. Germany.png Alex Hottman  8. Chile.png Alberto Sanchez
   
 4. United States.png Brock Parker
 4. United States.png Matt Costa
 4. Israel.png Shahar Shenhar
   

2015 World Championship[edit | edit source]

27–30 August 2015 in Seattle, Washington, United States.

Rank Player Prize Pro Points
1 United States.png Seth Manfield $50,000 17
2 United States.png Owen Turtenwald $20,000 11
3 United States.png Paul Rietzl $10,000 9
4 United States.png Sam Black $10,000 9

Grand Prix (September–October 2015)[edit | edit source]

GP Madrid GP Oklahoma City GP Sydney GP Madison
 Date: 12–13 September 2015  Date: 12–13 September 2015  Date: 10–11 October 2015  Date: 10–11 October 2015
 Format: Limited  Format: Modern  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 1420  Attendance: 1470  Attendance: 996  Attendance: 1820
 1. Serbia.png Aleksa Telarov  1. United States.png Zac Elsik  1. New Zealand.png John Seaton  1. France.png Raphaël Lévy
 2. England.png Francesco Giorgio  2. United States.png Brian Braun-Duin  2. Ireland.png Alex Ball  2. Sweden.png Magnus Lantto
 3. Germany.png Ashraf Abou Omar  3. United States.png Andrew Sullano  3. Singapore.png Kelvin Chew  3. United States.png Jon Graham
 4. Denmark.png Michael Bonde  4. United States.png Joseph Reiter  4. Australia.png Prads Pathirana  4. United States.png Joe Lavrenz
 5. England.png Fabrizio Anteri  5. United States.png Jasper Johnson-Epstein  5. Japan.png Hironobu Sugaya  5. United States.png Paul Rietzl
 6. Germany.png Wenzel Krautmann  6. United States.png Benjamin Miller  6. New Zealand.png Zen Takahashi  6. United States.png Andrew Maine
 7. Ukraine.png Sergiy Sushalskyy  7. United States.png Paul Rietzl  7. France.png Paul Costentin  7. United States.png Sam Pardee
 8. Spain.png Antonio Del Moral Leon  8. United States.png Matthew Duggan  8. Australia.png Chester Swords  8. France.png Jérémy Dezani

Pro Tour Battle for Zendikar[edit | edit source]

16–18 October 2015 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 Japan.png Kazuyuki Takimura $40,000 30
2 Japan.png Ryoichi Tamada $20,000 26
3 United States.png Jon Finkel $12,500 22 Fifteenth Pro Tour Top 8
4 Canada.png Paul Dean $12,500 22
5 United States.png Owen Turtenwald $10,000 18 Third Pro Tour Top 8
6 Canada.png Ricky Chin $10,000 18 Pro Tour debut
7 Brazil.png Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa $10,000 18 Tenth Pro Tour Top 8
8 Denmark.png Martin Müller $10,000 18

Grand Prix (October–November 2015)[edit | edit source]

GP Beijing GP Quebec City GP Lyon GP Porto Alegre GP Indianapolis
 Date: 24–25 October 2015  Date: 24–25 October 2015  Date: 31 October–1 November 2015  Date: 31 October–1 November 2015  Date: 31 October–1 November 2015
 Format: Team Limited  Format: Standard  Format: Limited  Format: Modern  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 813 (271 teams)  Attendance: 804  Attendance: 1952  Attendance: 789  Attendance: 1103
 1. Canada.png Rich Hoaen
 1. United States.png Mike Hron
 1. United States.png Craig Wescoe
 1. Canada.png Dan Lanthier  1. France.png Damien Bouillot  1. Brazil.png Marcos Paulo De Jesus Freitas  1. United States.png Brent Clawson
 2. Canada.png Omar Beldon  2. Germany.png Christian Seibold  2. Brazil.png Vagner Casatti  2. United States.png Raymond Perez, Jr.
 3. United States.png Jake Mondello  3. Japan.png Tomoharu Saito  3. Brazil.png Caio Amaral  3. United States.png Scott Kirkwood
 2. Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe
 2. Japan.png Makihito Mihara
 2. Japan.png Yuuki Ichikawa
 4. Austria.png Oliver Polak-Rottmann  4. Belgium.png Vincent Lemoine  4. Argentina.png Alejandro Cesa  4. United States.png Daniel Chan
 5. United States.png Reid Duke  5. Belgium.png Branco Neirynck  5. Brazil.png Thiago Saporito  5. United States.png David Phelps
 6. Canada.png Edgar Magelhaes  6. Germany.png Florian Reiter  6. Brazil.png Gabriel Fehr  6. United States.png Patrick Chapin
 3. China.png Liu Yuchen
 3. China.png He Yue
 3. China.png Zhang Zhiyang
 7. Canada.png Pascal Maynard  7. Austria.png Mark Litvak  7. Brazil.png Guilherme Merjam  7. Austria.png Valentin Mackl
 8. Canada.png Nicolas Béland  8. Germany.png Felix Weidemann  8. Argentina.png Diego Marquez  8. United States.png Daniel Duan
       
 4. Japan.png Shintaro Ishimura
 4. Japan.png Yoshihiko Ikawa
 4. Japan.png Kazuyuki Takimura
       
GP Seattle-Tacoma GP Brussels GP Atlanta GP Kobe GP Pittsburgh
 Date: 7–8 November 2015  Date: 14–15 November 2015  Date: 14–15 November 2015  Date: 21–22 November 2015  Date: 21–22 November 2015
 Format: Legacy  Format: Standard  Format: Limited  Format: Standard  Format: Modern
 Attendance: 2014  Attendance: 1938  Attendance: 2073  Attendance: 2571  Attendance: 2679
 1. United States.png Jarvis Yu  1. Czech Republic.png Lukas Blohon  1. United States.png Tom Martell  1. Japan.png Takuma Morofuji  1. United States.png Alex Bianchi
 2. United States.png Christian Calcano  2. Denmark.png Simon Nielsen  2. United States.png Owen Turtenwald  2. Malaysia.png Joe Soh  2. United States.png Aaron Webster
 3. United States.png Brian DeMars  3. Italy.png Antonio Castellani  3. United States.png Dan Musser  3. Japan.png Akio Chiba  3. United States.png Robert Cucunato
 4. United States.png Chase Hansen  4. Denmark.png Martin Müller  4. United States.png Aryeh Witznitzer  4. Japan.png Shota Takao  4. United States.png Craig Wescoe
 5. Latvia.png Andrejs Prost  5. Sweden.png Magnus Lantto  5. United States.png Evan Smith  5. Czech Republic.png Pavel Matousek  5. United States.png Corey Burkhart
 6. United States.png Gary Wong  6. Poland.png Grzegorz Kowalski  6. United States.png Brian Eason  6. Japan.png Shunsuke Takahira  6. United States.png Robert Long
 7. United States.png Martin Goldman-Kirst  7. Netherlands.png Bart Van Etten  7. United States.png Sam Black  7. Japan.png Akihiro Okawa  7. United States.png Thien Nguyen
 8. China.png Xin Sui  8. Czech Republic.png Ondřej Stráský  8. United States.png Joseph Pressley  8. Japan.png Shuhei Nakamura  8. United States.png Benjamin Nikolich

2015 World Magic Cup[edit | edit source]

Main article: 2015 World Magic Cup

11–13 December 2015 in Barcelona, Spain.

Place Country Player Prize Pro Points Place Country Player Prize Pro Points
1 Italy.png Italy Marco Cammilluzzi $12,000 8 5 Denmark.png Denmark Martin Dang $2,000 5
William Pizzi Christoffer Enggaard Larsen
Francesco Bifero Daniel Lind
Andrea Mengucci Martin Müller
2 Thailand.png Thailand Veerapat Sirilertvorakul $6,500 7 6 Guatemala.png Guatemala Christopher Virula $2,000 5
Aekarash Sorakup Fernando José Juárez Oliva
Suttipong Popitukgul José Andrés Martínez Figueloa
Chom Pasidparchya Wilfredo Bojorquez Castillo
3 France.png France Pierre Dagen $4,000 6 7 Scotland.png Scotland Stephen Murray $2,000 5
Hichem Tedjditi Ray Doyle
Fathi Ben Aribi Grant Hislop
Arnaud Soumet Martin Clement
4 Austria.png Austria Valentin Mackl $4,000 6 8 Japan.png Japan Yuuya Watanabe $2,000 5
Nikolaus Eigner Kenji Tsumura
Christoph Aukenthaler Ryoichi Tamada
Sebastian Fiala-Ibitz Soyo You

Grand Prix (January 2016)[edit | edit source]

GP Oakland GP Nagoya GP Mexico City GP Vancouver
 Date: 8–9 January 2016  Date: 30–31 January 2016  Date: 30–31 January 2016  Date: 30–31 January 2016
 Format: Standard  Format: Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 1928  Attendance: 2656  Attendance: 787  Attendance: 1929
 1. United States.png Reid Duke  1. Japan.png Tomonori Hirami  1. England.png Fabrizio Anteri  1. United States.png Adam Jansen
 2. United States.png Ben Rubin  2. Japan.png Ryota Takeuchi  2. Japan.png Tomoharu Saito  2. France.png Jérémy Dezani
 3. United States.png Woodrow Engle  3. Japan.png Ikuya Asai  3. Brazil.png Rodrigo Goncalves Dos Santos  3. United States.png Nick Slind
 4. United States.png Cody Lingelbach  4. Japan.png Kazuaki Fujimura  4. Mexico.png Cristian Velasco  4. United States.png Gabriel Carleton-Barnes
 5. United States.png Josh McClain  5. Japan.png Satoshi Haji  5. Denmark.png Martin Dang  5. United States.png Allen Sun
 6. United States.png Justin Nguyen  6. England.png Sean Li  6. Mexico.png Leonardo Ivan Ruiz Rivera  6. Canada.png Aeo Paquette
 7. United States.png Brett Sinclair  7. United States.png Shawn McNeace  7. United States.png Robert Wallerstein  7. Canada.png Chris Hewitt
 8. United States.png Nathaniel Smith  8. South Korea.png Park Jun Young  8. Portugal.png Marcio Carvalho  8. United States.png Eric Severson

Pro Tour Oath of the Gatewatch[edit | edit source]

5–7 February 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia, United States.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 United States.png Jiachen Tao $40,000 30
2 Slovakia.png Ivan Floch $20,000 26 Third Pro Tour Top 8
3 United States.png Luis Scott-Vargas $12,500 22 Sixth Pro Tour Top 8
4 Germany.png Patrick Dickmann $12,500 22 Second Pro Tour Top 8
5 Japan.png Shuhei Nakamura $10,000 18 Sixth Pro Tour Top 8
6 United States.png Andrew Brown $10,000 18
7 Canada.png Pascal Maynard $10,000 18
8 United States.png Frank Lepore $10,000 18 Pro Tour debut

Grand Prix (February–April 2016)[edit | edit source]

GP Houston GP Melbourne GP Bologna GP Detroit GP Washington, D.C.
 Date: 27–28 February 2016  Date: 5–6 March 2016  Date: 5–6 March 2016  Date: 5–6 March 2016  Date: 12–13 March 2016
 Format: Standard  Format: Modern  Format: Modern  Format: Modern  Format: Team Limited
 Attendance: 1851  Attendance: 1101  Attendance: 2181  Attendance: 2553  Attendance: 3366 (1122 teams)
 1. United States.png Owen Turtenwald  1. Australia.png David Mines  1. England.png Kayure Patel  1. United States.png Ralph Betesh  1. United States.png Matt Severa
 1. United States.png Justin Cohen
 1. United States.png Mike Hron
 2. United States.png Andrew Cuneo  2. Australia.png Maitland Cameron  2. Italy.png Alberto Mattioli  2. United States.png Evan Buchholz
 3. United States.png Mark Jacobson  3. Japan.png Yuuki Ichikawa  3. Italy.png Giuseppe Reale  3. United States.png Eric English
 4. United States.png Brock Mosley  4. New Zealand.png Louis Thomson-Gregg  4. Spain.png Ruben Perez  4. Taiwan.png Hao-Shan Huang  2. United States.png Ian Spaulding
 2. Canada.png Rich Hoaen
 2. United States.png Tom Martell
 5. United States.png Cody Lingelbach  5. Australia.png Chris Cousens  5. England.png Fabrizio Anteri  5. United States.png Gerry Thompson
 6. United States.png Brock Parker  6. Japan.png Kentaro Yamamoto  6. Czech Republic.png Jaroslav Boucek  6. England.png Eduardo Sajgalik
 7. Singapore.png Chapman Sim  7. Hong Kong.png Lee Shi Tian  7. Italy.png Mattia Rizzi  7. United States.png James Zornes  3. United States.png Owen Turtenwald
 3. United States.png William Jensen
 3. United States.png Reid Duke
 8. United States.png Amir Radmard  8. New Zealand.png Jason Chung  8. Italy.png Alessandro Lippi  8. United States.png Ronnie Ritner
       
         4. United States.png Matt Nass
 4. Canada.png Jacob Wilson
 4. United States.png Sam Pardee
GP Paris GP Beijing GP Barcelona GP Albuquerque
 Date: 19–20 March 2016  Date: 16–17 April 2016  Date: 16–17 April 2016  Date: 16–17 April 2016
 Format: Standard  Format: Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 1510  Attendance: 1053  Attendance: 2084  Attendance: 1266
 1. Czech Republic.png Petr Sochurek  1. Japan.png Hironobu Sugaya  1. England.png Fabrizio Anteri  1. United States.png Allen Wu
 2. United States.png Ben Stark  2. China.png Xu Su  2. France.png Mehdi Saadi  2. United States.png William Craddock
 3. Japan.png Ryoichi Tamada  3. Japan.png Kazuaki Fujimura  3. United States.png William Jensen  3. Canada.png Jacob Thiessen
 4. Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza  4. China.png Gao Zhen Xing  4. Latvia.png Viktors Kazanskis  4. United States.png Seth Manfield
 5. Germany.png Arne Huschenbeth  5. Japan.png Makihito Mihara  5. United States.png Brian Braun-Duin  5. United States.png Michael Simon
 6. Italy.png Guiseppe Reale  6. Japan.png Kentaro Yamamoto  6. Canada.png Shaun McLaren  6. United States.png Jiachen Tao
 7. Germany.png Fabian Friedrich  7. Japan.png Toro Inoue  7. United States.png Reid Duke  7. United States.png Christian Keeth
 8. Italy.png Paolo Magnani  8. China.png Mak Wai Hou  8. Spain.png Ferran Vila [I]  8. United States.png Rick Chong

Pro Tour Shadows over Innistrad[edit | edit source]

22–24 April 2016 in Madrid, Spain.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 United States.png Steve Rubin $40,000 30
2 Italy.png Andrea Mengucci $20,000 26 Second Pro Tour Top 8
3 United States.png Seth Manfield $12,500 22 Second Pro Tour Top 8
4 Japan.png Shota Yasooka $12,500 22 Third Pro Tour Top 8
5 United States.png Jon Finkel $10,000 18 Sixteenth Pro Tour Top 8
6 United States.png Brad Nelson $10,000 18 Third Pro Tour Top 8
7 United States.png Luis Scott-Vargas $10,000 18 Seventh Pro Tour Top 8
8 Argentina.png Luis Salvatto $10,000 18

Grand Prix (April–July 2016)[edit | edit source]

GP Toronto GP Tokyo GP New York GP Charlotte
 Date: 30 April–1 May 2016  Date: 7–8 May 2016  Date: 7–8 May 2016  Date: 21–22 May 2016
 Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Modern
 Attendance: 1727  Attendance: 3335  Attendance: 2004  Attendance: 2400
 1. Canada.png Robert Lombardi  1. Japan.png Riku Kumagai  1. United States.png Seth Manfield  1. Switzerland.png Andreas Ganz
 2. Canada.png Jon Stern  2. Japan.png Kazushige Suzuki  2. France.png Louis Deltour  2. United States.png Jon Bolding
 3. United States.png Oliver Tiu  3. Japan.png Takuma Morofuji  3. United States.png Scott Lipp  3. United States.png Robert Graves
 4. Canada.png Doug Potter  4. Spain.png Carlos Ballester  4. United States.png Michael Majors  4. United States.png Mike Sigrist
 5. Canada.png Josh Buitenhuis  5. Japan.png Kazuki Yada  5. United States.png Mike Sigrist  5. United States.png Jack Wang
 6. Canada.png Brett Tetley  6. Japan.png Takaya Saito  6. United States.png Daniel Ward  6. United States.png Adonnys Medrano
 7. United States.png Bradley Robinson  7. Singapore.png Eng Chu Heng  7. United States.png Brandon Ayers  7. United States.png Sam Black
 8. Canada.png Michael Sheng  8. Japan.png Kensuke Kato  8. United States.png Ralph Betesh  8. United States.png Eli Kassis
GP Los Angeles GP Manchester GP Minneapolis GP San Jose, Costa Rica
 Date: 21–22 May 2016  Date: 28–29 May 2016  Date: 28–29 May 2016  Date: 4–5 June 2016
 Format: Modern  Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 2239  Attendance: 1697  Attendance: 1530  Attendance: 498
 1. United States.png Simon Slutsky  1. France.png Raphaël Lévy  1. United States.png Alex Johnson  1. United States.png Seth Manfield
 2. United States.png Ethan Brown  2. France.png Julien Henry  2. Japan.png Shota Takao  2. United States.png Brandon Fischer
 3. Spain.png Javier Dominguez  3. Denmark.png Oscar Christensen  3. United States.png Andrew Elenbogen  3. United States.png Oliver Tiu
 4. Canada.png Pascal Maynard  4. Sweden.png Jonas Friberg  4. United States.png Matt Severa  4. Mexico.png Erick Manuel Lopez Basulto
 5. United States.png Joe Lossett  5. Sweden.png Lauri Vuorela  5. United States.png Max McVety  5. United States.png Brian Braun-Duin
 6. United States.png Corey Burkhart  6. England.png Matthew Hunt  6. United States.png Owen Turtenwald  6. United States.png Michael Derczo
 7. United States.png Alex To  7. Denmark.png Christoffer Enggaard Larsen  7. United States.png Reed Hartman  7. Panama.png Saul Alvarado
 8. United States.png Erik Carson  8. Poland.png Adam Bajerowicz  8. Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe  8. Spain.png Javier Dominguez
GP Prague GP Columbus GP Taipei GP Pittsburgh
 Date: 11–12 June 2016  Date: 11–12 June 2016  Date: 25–26 June 2016  Date: 25–26 June 2016
 Format: Legacy  Format: Legacy  Format: Standard  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 1477  Attendance: 1824  Attendance: 793  Attendance: 1379
 1. Spain.png Rodrigo Togores  1. United States.png Clay Spicklemire  1. Japan.png Yuuki Ichikawa  1. United States.png Evan Petre
 2. France.png Nicolas Tholance  2. United States.png Joe Lossett  2. Taiwan.png Huang Yung Min  2. Canada.png Pascal Maynard
 3. Denmark.png Thomas Enevoldsen  3. United States.png Noah Walker  3. Hong Kong.png Lee Shi Tian  3. United States.png Steve Rubin
 4. Canada.png Alexander Hayne  4. United States.png Christopher Walton  4. Japan.png Yuuta Takahashi  4. United States.png William Cruse
 5. Ireland.png Niels Molle  5. United States.png Wilson Hunter  5. Taiwan.png Chien-Hung Lien  5. Canada.png Adam Ragsdale
 6. Czech Republic.png Lukas Blohon  6. United States.png Raymond Cornely  6. Thailand.png Mingrerk Setsompop  6. United States.png Eric Flickinger
 7. Italy.png Gianluca Gazzola  7. United States.png Jarvis Yu  7. United States.png Shawn McNeace  7. United States.png Matt Tumavitch
 8. France.png Arnaud Baglin  8. Canada.png Aaron Kasprzak  8. China.png Yuchen Liu  8. Serbia.png Aleksa Telarov
GP São Paulo GP Sydney GP Stockholm GP Montreal
 Date: 2–3 July 2016  Date: 30–31 July 2016  Date: 30–31 July 2016  Date: 30–31 July 2016
 Format: Team Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 1095 (365 teams)  Attendance: 1076  Attendance: 1244  Attendance: 1300
 1. Brazil.png Francisco Barciella
 1. Brazil.png Carlos Romão
 1. Brazil.png Eloi Pattaro
 1. United States.png Scott Lipp  1. Netherlands.png Elmer Van Eeghen  1. United States.png Hunter Cochran
 2. Czech Republic.png Jan Ksandr  2. Italy.png Matteo Moure  2. Canada.png Hugo Demers
 3. United States.png Ben Stark  3. Germany.png Andreas Reling  3. Canada.png Felix Tse
 2. Brazil.png Jonathan Melamed
 2. Brazil.png Mateus Martins
 2. Brazil.png Paulo Martinello
 4. United States.png Seth Manfield  4. Sweden.png Erik Wahlberg  4. Canada.png Morgan McLaughlin
 5. New Zealand.png Zen Takahashi  5. Norway.png Bjørnar Prytz  5. Canada.png Robert Lombardi
 6. Argentina.png Santiago De Pauli  6. Switzerland.png Yannick Studer  6. Canada.png Philippe Gareau
 3. Canada.png Pascal Maynard
 3. United States.png Brian Braun-Duin
 3. United States.png Shaheen Soorani
 7. France.png Thierry Ramboa  7. Germany.png Max Pritsch  7. Canada.png Michael Ferneyhough
 8. United States.png Ben Seck  8. Italy.png Frederico Del Basso  8. Canada.png Jamie Madill
     
 4. Brazil.png Renato Pinto
 4. Brazil.png Leonardo Labruna
 4. Brazil.png Diego Coelho
   

Pro Tour Eldritch Moon[edit | edit source]

5–7 August 2016 in Sydney, Australia.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 Czech Republic.png Lukas Blohon $40,000 30 Second Pro Tour Top 8
2 United States.png Owen Turtenwald $20,000 26 Fourth Pro Tour Top 8
3 United States.png Sam Pardee $12,500 22
4 United States.png Luis Scott-Vargas $12,500 22 Eighth Pro Tour Top 8
5 Japan.png Yuuta Takahashi $10,000 18 Second Pro Tour Top 8
6 Japan.png Ken Yukuhiro $10,000 18 Second Pro Tour Top 8
7 United States.png Reid Duke $10,000 18 Second Pro Tour Top 8
8 United States.png Andrew Brown $10,000 18 Second Pro Tour Top 8

Notes[edit | edit source]

^I Due to an issue with the round 15 standings, the player who advanced to the top 8 in eighth place, Ferran Vila, should have finished ninth; instead, Sweden's Jonas Friberg should have been playing in the top 8.[1]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Bergeot, Helene (2016-04-17). STATEMENT ON GP BARCELONA TOP 8 ADVANCEMENT ISSUE. Wizards of the Coast. Retrieved on 2016-04-18.