The year 2000 was the eighth year of existence for Magic: The Gathering.
|Early 2000||Launch of Magicthegathering.com|
|February, 4-6||Pro Tour Los Angeles. Won by Trevor Blackwell.
|February, 14||Release of Nemesis.|
|March, 2-5.||Magic Invitational in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Won by Chris Pikula.|
|April, 24||Release of Starter 2000, a starter-level set exclusively sold in a game box
|April, 14-16||Pro Tour New York. Won by Sigurd Eskeland.
|June, 5||Release of Prophecy.
|August, 2-6||2000 World Championships in Brussels, Belgium, won by Jon Finkel.
|September||An Invasion foil print sheet was auctioned on eBay weeks before the prerelease.
|September, 29 - October, 1;||Pro Tour New York, won by team Potato Nation (Scott Johns, Mike Turian and Gary Wise).|
|October, 2||Release of Invasion.|
|October||Release of the Beatdown box set, containing two aggro decks.|
|November, 16-19||Magic Invitational in Sydney, Australia. Won by Jon Finkel.
|December, 1-3||Pro Tour Chicago, won by Kai Budde.|
|December||Release of the 2000 World Championship Decks.|
|Player of the Year: Bob Maher, Jr.|
|Rookie of the Year: Brian Davis|
- Nemesis (February)
- The Eternal Ice (May)
- Prophecy (July)
- The Myths of Magic (August)
- Invasion (October)
- The Shattered Alliance (December)
- Magic: The Gathering Official Encyclopedia - Volume 5
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