2014–15 Pro Tour Season

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2014–15 Pro Tour Season
Player of the Year United States.png Mike Sigrist
Rookie of the Year United States.png Justin Cohen
World Champion Israel.png Shahar Shenhar
Hall of Fame inductions Japan.png Makihito Mihara
United States.png Paul Rietzl
France.png Guillaume Wafo-Tapa
Pro Tours 4
Grand Prix events 51
Previous season:
2013–14
Next season:
2015–16

The 2014–15 Pro Tour season was the twentieth Pro Tour season. It started on 9 August 2014 with Grand Prix events at Portland and Utrecht, and ended on 2 August 2015 with the conclusion of Pro Tour Magic Origins.

Grand Prix (August–October 2014)[edit | edit source]

GP Utrecht GP Portland GP Sydney GP Kobe
 Date: 9–10 August 2014  Date: 9–10 August 2014  Date: 23–24 August 2014  Date: 23–24 August 2014
 Format: Standard  Format: Team Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Modern
 Attendance: 1518  Attendance: 1947 (649 teams)  Attendance: 813  Attendance: 2299
 1. Austria.png Oliver Polak-Rottmann  1. United States.png Reid Duke
 1. United States.png Owen Turtenwald
 1. United States.png William Jensen
 1. Australia.png Paul Jackson  1. Japan.png Teruya Kakumae
 2. France.png Eliott Boussaud  2. Australia.png James Zhang  2. Japan.png Yuusei Gotou
 3. Germany.png Richard Webels  3. New Zealand.png Matthew Griffin  3. Japan.png Shohei Mita
 4. Sweden.png Susanne Bornelöv  2. United States.png Eric Severson
 2. United States.png Ben Weitz
 2. United States.png Josiah Skallerup
 4. Australia.png Maitland Cameron  4. Japan.png Yuuki Akaboshi
 5. Romania.png Ciprian Catană  5. Australia.png Chris Sparks  5. Japan.png Ken Sawada
 6. Netherlands.png Alex Stok  6. Japan.png Tomoharu Saito  6. China.png Bo Sun
 7. France.png Armel Primot  3. United States.png Matt Katz
 3. United States.png Ben Yu
 3. United States.png Jameson Painter
 7. South Korea.png Park Jun Young  7. Japan.png Yuuki Ichikawa
 8. Denmark.png Christoffer Enggaard Larsen  8. Australia.png Don van Ravenzwaaij  8. Japan.png Takuya Yamada
     
   4. United States.png Eric Froehlich
 4. United States.png Luis Scott-Vargas
 4. United States.png Paul Cheon
 
GP Salt Lake City GP Shanghai GP Orlando
 Date: 6–7 September 2014  Date: 4–5 October 2014  Date: 4–5 October 2014
 Format: Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 878  Attendance: 1287  Attendance: 2277
 1. United States.png Brandon Nelson  1. China.png Yu Yin  1. United States.png Eugene Hwang
 2. United States.png Sammy Batarseh  2. China.png Xu Su  2. United States.png Melissa DeTora
 3. United States.png Chris Woodall  3. Japan.png Ryoichi Tamada  3. United States.png Sol Malka
 4. United States.png Eric Froehlich  4. China.png Han Bing  4. Brazil.png Artur Villela
 5. United States.png Paul Rietzl  5. Hong Kong.png Zhang Meng Qiu  5. United States.png Pierre Mondon
 6. United States.png Jamie Parke  6. China.png Yuchen Liu  6. United States.png Harry Corvese
 7. United States.png Nathan Holiday  7. South Korea.png Oh Joo-hyun  7. United States.png Ian Farnung
 8. United States.png Shady Badran  8. Japan.png Shuhei Nakamura  8. United States.png Frank Lepore

Pro Tour Khans of Tarkir[edit | edit source]

10–12 October 2014 in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 United States.png Ari Lax $40,000 30
2 Canada.png Shaun McLaren $20,000 26 Second Pro Tour Top 8
3 United States.png Mike Sigrist $12,500 22
4 Brazil.png Thiago Saporito $12,500 22
5 Slovakia.png Ivan Floch $10,000 18 Second Pro Tour Top 8
6 Czech Republic.png Ondřej Stráský $10,000 18
7 Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe $10,000 18 Third Pro Tour Top 8
8 Hong Kong.png Lee Shi Tian $10,000 18 Third Pro Tour Top 8

Grand Prix (October–December 2014)[edit | edit source]

GP Los Angeles GP Stockholm GP Nashville GP Santiago
 Date: 18–19 October 2014  Date: 25–26 October 2014  Date: 1–2 November 2014  Date: 1–2 November 2014
 Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Team Limited  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 1766  Attendance: 1043  Attendance: 1392 (464 teams)  Attendance: 660
 1. United States.png Daniel Scheid  1. Slovakia.png Matej Zatlkaj  1. United States.png Matt Nass
 1. Canada.png Jacob Wilson
 1. United States.png Jesse Hampton
 1. Brazil.png Eduardo dos Santos Vieira
 2. Russia.png Denis Ulanov  2. Iceland.png Einar Baldvinsson  2. Chile.png Rodrigo Soto
 3. United States.png Eric Pei  3. France.png Thiago Rodrigues  3. Argentina.png Nicolas de Nicola
 4. Philippines.png Carlo Falcis  4. Czech Republic.png Lukas Blohon  2. United States.png Tom Martell
 2. Brazil.png Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa
 2. Israel.png Shahar Shenhar
 4. Chile.png Daniel Gaete Quezada
 5. Japan.png Ryoichi Tamada  5. Italy.png Giovanni Rosi  5. Brazil.png Willy Edel
 6. United States.png Brad Nelson  6. Italy.png Matteo Cirigliano  6. Brazil.png Pedro Carvalho
 7. United States.png Isaac Sears  7. Germany.png Christian Seibold  3. United States.png David Sharfman
 3. United States.png Orrin Beasley
 3. United States.png Patrick Cox
 7. Brazil.png Fernando Barros
 8. United States.png Christopher Goldsmith  8. Denmark.png Alexander Pasgaard  8. Colombia.png David Sologuren
     
     4. United States.png Sam Black
 4. United States.png Matt Severa
 4. Lithuania.png Gaudenis Vidugiris
GP Madrid GP New Jersey GP Ottawa GP Strasbourg GP San Antonio
 Date: 15–16 November 2014  Date: 15–16 November 2014  Date: 22–23 November 2014  Date: 29–30 November 2014  Date: 29–30 November 2014
 Format: Modern  Format: Legacy  Format: Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 1900  Attendance: 4003  Attendance: 1353  Attendance: 1996  Attendance: 1182
 1. Austria.png Immanuel Gerschenson  1. United States.png Brian Braun-Duin  1. United States.png Seth Manfield  1. Hungary.png Tamás Nagy  1. United States.png Ryan Scullin
 2. Germany.png Till Riffert  2. United States.png Tom Ross  2. United States.png Neal Oliver  2. France.png Pierre Dagen  2. United States.png Orry Swift
 3. Netherlands.png Ricardo van den Bogaard  3. United States.png Royce Walter  3. Canada.png Lucas Siow  3. Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza  3. United States.png Jeremy Frye
 4. Spain.png Jose Rodriguez Pozo  4. Germany.png Philipp Schönegger  4. Canada.png Xavier Allegrucci  4. Japan.png Kentaro Yamamoto  4. United States.png Albert Ake
 5. Portugal.png Marcio Carvalho  5. United States.png Phillip Braverman  5. Israel.png Shahar Shenhar  5. Ukraine.png Oleg Plisov  5. United States.png Angel Solache
 6. Netherlands.png Kevin Grove  6. United States.png Dan Jordan  6. United States.png Sam Black  6. Germany.png Max Pritsch  6. United States.png Larry Li
 7. England.png Andrew Devine  7. United States.png Joseph Santomassino  7. Canada.png Pascal Maynard  7. Netherlands.png Daan Pruijt  7. United States.png Randall Gay
 8. Netherlands.png Steffen van de Veen  8. Canada.png Lam Phan  8. United States.png Jessica Buchanan  8. Netherlands.png Kees Van Montfoort  8. United States.png Gareth Aye

2014 World Championship[edit | edit source]

2–7 December 2014 in Nice, France.

Rank Player Prize Pro points
1 Israel.png Shahar Shenhar $50,000 13
2 United States.png Patrick Chapin $20,000 12
3 Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe $10,000 10
4 Japan.png Kentaro Yamamoto $10,000 9

2014 World Magic Cup[edit | edit source]

Main article: 2014 World Magic Cup

5–7 December 2014 in Nice, France.

Place Country Player Prize Pro Points Place Country Player Prize Pro Points
1 Denmark.png Denmark Martin Müller $12,000 8 5 South Korea.png South Korea Nam Sung-wook $2,000 5
Simon Nielsen Oh Joon-hyun
Thomas Enevoldsen Cho Jeong-woo
Lars Birch Kim Sang-eun
2 Greece.png Greece Marios Angelopoulos $6,500 7 6 Serbia.png Serbia Aleksa Telarov $2,000 5
Bill Chronopoulos Miodrag Kitanovic
Panagiotis Savvidis Boris Bajgo
Socrates Rozakeas Milos Stajic
3 England.png England Fabrizio Anteri $4,000 6 7 Slovakia.png Slovakia Ivan Floch $2,000 5
David Inglis Jan Tomcani
Francesco Giorgio Michal Guldan
Riccardo Reale Matej Zatlkaj
4 United States.png United States Owen Turtenwald $4,000 6 8 Brazil.png Brazil Willy Edel $2,000 5
Isaac Sears Gabriel Fehr
Andrew Baeckstrom Thiago Saporito
Neal Oliver Matheus Rosseto

Grand Prix (December 2014–February 2015)[edit | edit source]

GP Milan GP Baltimore GP Manila GP Denver
 Date: 13–14 December 2014  Date: 13–14 December 2014  Date: 3–4 January 2015  Date: 3–4 January 2015
 Format: Modern  Format: Limited  Format: Standard  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 1760  Attendance: 1235  Attendance: 1410  Attendance: 1536
 1. Sweden.png Magnus Lantto  1. United States.png Gerard Fabiano  1. Australia.png Joseph Sclauzero  1. United States.png Andrew Brown
 2. Italy.png Niccolo Belini  2. United States.png David Foster  2. Taiwan.png Tzu Ching Kuo  2. United States.png Matt Sperling
 3. Poland.png Piotr Glogowski  3. United States.png Harry Bradford  3. Hong Kong.png Lee Shi Tian  3. United States.png Sam Pardee
 4. France.png Louis Deltour  4. United States.png Ben Stark  4. Japan.png Makihito Mihara  4. Austria.png Valentin Mackl
 5. Costa Rica.png Miguel Gatica  5. United States.png Chris Fennell  5. South Korea.png Won Dae-hoon  5. United States.png Edward Nguyen
 6. England.png Eduardo Sajgalik  6. United States.png Craig Wescoe  6. United States.png Christian Calcano  6. United States.png William Jensen
 7. Italy.png Lucantonio Salvidio  7. United States.png Timothy Wu  7. Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza  7. United States.png Paul Cheon
 8. Italy.png Dario Parazzoli  8. United States.png Josh Utter-Leyton  8. Philippines.png Arnulfo Taghoy, Jr.  8. United States.png Lukas Parsons
GP Shizuoka GP Omaha GP San Jose GP Mexico City
 Date: 10–11 January 2015  Date: 10–11 January 2015  Date: 31 January–1 February 2015  Date: 31 January–1 February 2015
 Format: Limited  Format: Modern  Format: Team Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 2236  Attendance: 1168  Attendance: 1968 (656 teams)  Attendance: 641
 1. Japan.png Akito Shinoda  1. United States.png Erik Peter  1. United States.png Eric Froehlich
 1. United States.png Luis Scott-Vargas
 1. United States.png Paul Cheon
 1. Canada.png Pascal Maynard
 2. China.png Bo Sun  2. United States.png Stephen Speck  2. Mexico.png Mario Flores
 3. Japan.png Chihiro Kawada  3. Canada.png Pascal Maynard  3. Singapore.png Chapman Sim
 4. Japan.png Yuuki Ichikawa  4. United States.png Jonathan Paton  2. United States.png Matt Sperling
 2. United States.png David Williams
 2. United States.png Paul Rietzl
 4. Mexico.png Andreas Canavati
 5. Japan.png Yuki Matsumoto  5. United States.png Zac Roorda  5. Mexico.png Axel Martinez
 6. Japan.png Satoshi Yamaguchi  6. United States.png Scott Lipp  6. Mexico.png Juan Carlos Botis
 7. Japan.png Junichi Yabuta  7. United States.png Andrew Elenbogen  3. United States.png Ari Lax
 3. United States.png Chris Fennell
 3. United States.png Craig Wescoe
 7. Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza
 8. Japan.png Shinji Nakano  8. United States.png Stephen Berrios  8. Brazil.png Eduardo dos Santos Vieira
     
     4. Canada.png Robert Smith
 4. Canada.png Sean Gifford
 4. Canada.png Tyler Blum

Pro Tour Fate Reforged[edit | edit source]

6–8 February 2015 in Washington, D.C., United States.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 Spain.png Antonio Del Moral Leon $40,000 30 First Spaniard to win a Pro Tour
2 United States.png Justin Cohen $20,000 26 Pro Tour debut
3 Netherlands.png Jelger Wiegersma $12,500 22 Fifth Pro Tour Top 8
4 United States.png Jesse Hampton $12,500 22 Second Pro Tour Top 8
5 United States.png Eric Froehlich $10,000 18 Fourth Pro Tour Top 8
6 United States.png Seth Manfield $10,000 18
7 Canada.png Jacob Wilson $10,000 18 Second Pro Tour Top 8
8 Hong Kong.png Lee Shi Tian $10,000 18 Fourth Pro Tour Top 8

Grand Prix (February–March 2015)[edit | edit source]

GP Seville GP Memphis GP Vancouver GP Liverpool
 Date: 14–15 February 2015  Date: 21–22 February 2015  Date: 21–22 February 2015  Date: 7–8 March 2015
 Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Modern  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 799  Attendance: 1075  Attendance: 1116  Attendance: 1797
 1. Austria.png Immanuel Gerschenson  1. United States.png Jack Fogle  1. Canada.png Dan Lanthier  1. Denmark.png Martin Dang
 2. France.png Pierre Sommen  2. United States.png Ben Stark  2. Canada.png Robbie Schmidt  2. Germany.png Nikolas Labahn
 3. Spain.png Carlos Ballester Garcia  3. United States.png Brad Nelson  3. Germany.png Florian Koch  3. Czech Republic.png Lukas Blohon
 4. England.png Nicholas Merrien  4. United States.png Steve Rubin  4. Canada.png Alexander Hayne  4. Portugal.png Marcio Carvalho
 5. Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza  5. United States.png Patrick Crowe  5. United States.png Tom Martell  5. Sweden.png Andreas Jonsson
 6. Portugal.png Marcio Carvalho  6. United States.png Chris Fennell  6. United States.png Stephen Speck  6. Norway.png Kenneth Ellingsen
 7. Spain.png Marcos Cordero Valle  7. United States.png Alex Majlaton  7. Canada.png Jesse Moulton  7. Switzerland.png Daniel Oppliger
 8. France.png Alexandre Habert  8. United States.png Eric Rath  8. United States.png Daniel Ward  8. France.png Timothée Simonot
GP Miami GP Auckland GP Cleveland
 Date: 7–8 March 2015  Date: 14–15 March 2015  Date: 14–15 March 2015
 Format: Standard  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 1380  Attendance: 383  Attendance: 1771
 1. United States.png Daniel Cecchetti  1. Japan.png Teruya Kakumae  1. Canada.png Bill Tsang
 2. United States.png Corey Baumeister  2. Australia.png Maitland Cameron  2. United States.png Jake Mondello
 3. United States.png Chad Kastel  3. Germany.png Fabian Dickmann  3. United States.png Gerard Fabiano
 4. United States.png Ralph Betesh  4. Australia.png John Brugman  4. United States.png Andrew Cuneo
 5. United States.png Ryan Grodzinski  5. New Zealand.png Dylan Goldsmith  5. United States.png Eric Blanchet
 6. United States.png Brian Lee  6. South Africa.png Jacques van Eeden  6. United States.png Christian Calcano
 7. United States.png Andrew Boswell  7. China.png Yifan Wei  7. Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe
 8. United States.png Zan Syed  8. New Zealand.png Jason Chung  8. United States.png Ross Merriam

Pro Tour Dragons of Tarkir[edit | edit source]

10–12 April 2015 in Brussels, Belgium.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 Denmark.png Martin Dang $40,000 30 First Dane to win a Pro Tour
2 Japan.png Shota Yasooka $20,000 26 Second Pro Tour Top 8
3 Czech Republic.png Ondřej Stráský $12,500 22 Second Pro Tour Top 8
4 United States.png Adrian Sullivan $12,500 22
5 New Zealand.png Jason Chung $10,000 18 First New Zealander in a Pro Tour Top 8
6 Italy.png Marco Cammilluzzi $10,000 18
7 Netherlands.png Thomas Hendriks $10,000 18
8 United States.png Andrew Ohlschwager $10,000 18

Grand Prix (April–July 2015)[edit | edit source]

GP Kyoto GP Kraków GP São Paulo GP Toronto GP Paris
 Date: 18–19 April 2015  Date: 18–19 April 2015  Date: 2–3 May 2015  Date: 2–3 May 2015  Date: 9–10 May 2015
 Format: Legacy  Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 2027  Attendance: 1149  Attendance: 1390  Attendance: 1613  Attendance: 1426
 1. Japan.png Yuuta Takahashi  1. Canada.png Alexander Hayne  1. Brazil.png Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa  1. Canada.png Lucas Siow  1. Belgium.png Amand Dosimont
 2. Japan.png Kazuya Murakami  2. Slovenia.png Robin Dolar  2. Chile.png Maximiliano Sanchez Pinnilo  2. Canada.png Edgar Magalhaes  2. United States.png Zan Syed
 3. Japan.png Kenta Harane  3. Brazil.png Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa  3. Chile.png Sergio Barrientos Ochoa  3. United States.png Mark Jacobson  3. Spain.png Antonio Del Moral Leon
 4. Japan.png Kai Thiele  4. Poland.png Bartłomiej Lewandowski  4. Brazil.png Mateus Batista de Melo  4. United States.png Brad Nelson  4. South Korea.png Kim Kyoung-soo
 5. Japan.png Yukihiro Satake  5. Denmark.png Martin Müller  5. Chile.png Claudio Barrientos Ochoa  5. United States.png Ben Feingersh  5. France.png Tristan Pölzl
 6. Japan.png Yousuke Morinaga  6. Germany.png Alex Hottmann  6. Brazil.png Leonardo Oliveria Graichen  6. United States.png Ben Weitz  6. Germany.png Christian Hauck
 7. Japan.png Shota Yasooka  7. France.png Leo Schulhof  7. Argentina.png Mariano Cartechino  7. Canada.png Dan Fournier  7. Germany.png Jasper Grimmer
 8. Japan.png Kei Umehara  8. United States.png Sam Pardee  8. Brazil.png Ricardo Nunes Martins  8. United States.png Craig Wescoe  8. Portugal.png Hugo Diniz
GP Atlantic City GP Shanghai GP Florence GP Chiba GP Utrecht
 Date: 9–10 May 2015  Date: 16–17 May 2015  Date: 16–17 May 2015  Date: 30–31 May 2015  Date: 30–31 May 2015
 Format: Limited  Format: Standard  Format: Team Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 1655  Attendance: 964  Attendance: 1296 (432 teams)  Attendance: 3551  Attendance: 3613
 1. United States.png Christian Calcano  1. Japan.png Yuuki Ichikawa  1. Germany.png Frank Schäfer
 1. Germany.png Rosario Maij
 1. Germany.png Adrian Rosada
 1. Japan.png Yuki Matsumoto  1. Italy.png Davide Vergoni
 2. Canada.png Alexander Hayne  2. Malaysia.png Devsharan Singh  2. Japan.png Jun'ya Iyanaga  2. Germany.png Lars Rosengren
 3. Canada.png Jacob Wilson  3. South Korea.png Nam Sung-wook  3. Japan.png Shougo Sunada  3. Netherlands.png Iwan Smit
 4. United States.png Bryan Gottlieb  4. China.png Hu Jin  2. Germany.png Jasper Grimmer
 2. Germany.png Robin Steinborn
 2. Germany.png Amit Cohen
 4. Japan.png Katsuhiro Mori  4. Germany.png Christian Seibold
 5. United States.png Stephen Neal  5. China.png Xie Hao Chen  5. Japan.png Ichiro Matsubara  5. Belgium.png Branco Neirynck
 6. United States.png Luis Scott-Vargas  6. China.png Yang Dehua  6. Japan.png Kim Minsu  6. Sweden.png Christian Åhlström
 7. Lithuania.png Gaudenis Vidugiris  7. Taiwan.png Lin Yang  3. England.png Dan Gardner
 3. England.png Marco Orsini-Jones
 3. England.png Matteo Orsini-Jones
 7. Indonesia.png Albert Budisanjaya  7. Germany.png Fabian Dickmann
 8. United States.png Zachary Jesse  8. China.png Bo Li  8. Japan.png Ryouta Shimizu  8. Germany.png David Joachim
       
     4. England.png Daniel Royde
 4. England.png Eduardo Sajgalik
 4. England.png Fabrizio Anteri
 
GP Las Vegas 1 GP Las Vegas 2 GP Charlotte GP Copenhagen GP Providence
 Date: 30–31 May 2015  Date: 30–31 May 2015  Date: 13–14 June 2015  Date: 20–21 June 2015  Date: 20–21 June 2015
 Format: Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Modern  Format: Modern  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 3687  Attendance: 3864  Attendance: 2870  Attendance: 1337  Attendance: 1053
 1. United States.png Aaron Lewis  1. United States.png Scott Markeson  1. United States.png Michael Malone  1. Poland.png Przemek Knocinski  1. United States.png Sky Mason
 2. United States.png Lucas Duchow  2. United States.png David Heineman  2. United States.png Wesley See  2. Luxembourg.png Steve Hatto  2. United States.png Neal Sacks
 3. Canada.png Pascal Maynard  3. United States.png Simon Kim  3. United States.png Andrew Wagoner  3. Portugal.png Marcio Carvalho  3. United States.png Eric Severson
 4. United States.png David Jetha  4. United States.png Danny Goldstein  4. United States.png Darien Elderfield  4. Denmark.png Christoffer Enggaard Larsen  4. Brazil.png Pedro Carvalho
 5. United States.png Ben Stark  5. Brazil.png Pedro Carvalho  5. United States.png Zachary Jesse  5. France.png Thiago Rodrigues  5. United States.png Steve Rubin
 6. United States.png Andrew Lozano  6. Canada.png Shaun McLaren  6. United States.png Ian Bosley  6. France.png Arnaud Hocquemiller  6. United States.png Raeef Istfan
 7. United States.png Peter Maginnis  7. United States.png Eugen Koo  7. United States.png Sam Pardee  7. Belgium.png Branco Neirynck  7. United States.png Oliver Tiu
 8. Philippines.png Marcel Dizon  8. United States.png Brian Richards  8. United States.png Donald Smith  8. Denmark.png Hans Christian Ljungquist  8. United States.png Josh McClain
GP Singapore GP Buenos Aires GP Lille GP Montreal GP Dallas
 Date: 27–28 June 2015  Date: 27–28 June 2015  Date: 4–5 July 2015  Date: 4–5 July 2015  Date: 25–26 July 2015
 Format: Modern  Format: Standard  Format: Legacy  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 1130  Attendance: 705  Attendance: 1548  Attendance: 1220  Attendance: 1671
 1. Japan.png Hitomi Masaki  1. Canada.png Pascal Maynard  1. Italy.png Claudio Bonanni  1. United States.png Mike Sigrist  1. Japan.png Shuhei Nakamura
 2. Singapore.png Steven Tan  2. Brazil.png Marcos Paulo de Jesus Freitas  2. France.png Olivier Ruel  2. Canada.png David Goldfarb  2. United States.png Ross Merriam
 3. Japan.png Keita Kawasaki  3. Brazil.png Fabio Ancelmo  3. Spain.png Ricardo Sánchez  3. Canada.png Martin-Eric Gauthier  3. United States.png Dan Jordan
 4. United States.png Reid Duke  4. Brazil.png Thales Santos Navarro  4. Germany.png Christoph Alsheimer  4. Netherlands.png Jelger Wiegersma  4. United States.png Nathaniel Smith
 5. Singapore.png Wei Song Ray Wee  5. Argentina.png Nicolas De Nicola  5. Belgium.png Thomas Van der Paelt  5. United States.png Adam Waksman  5. United States.png Aryeh Wiznitzer
 6. Japan.png Yuuta Takahashi  6. Argentina.png Renzo Chiappa  6. Czech Republic.png Petr Sochůrek  6. United States.png Reid Duke  6. Sweden.png Joel Larsson
 7. Singapore.png Tay Jun Hao  7. Chile.png Rodrigo Soto  7. England.png Alex Mortimer  7. Canada.png Gautier Cousin  7. United States.png Gregory Orange
 8. Singapore.png Zhijian Yang  8. Argentina.png Facundo Conde  8. Czech Republic.png Jaroslav Bouček  8. Canada.png Stephen Whelan  8. United States.png David Ochoa

Pro Tour Magic Origins[edit | edit source]

31 July–2 August 2015 in Vancouver, Canada.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 Sweden.png Joel Larsson $40,000 30 Second Pro Tour Top 8
2 United States.png Mike Sigrist $20,000 26 Second Pro Tour Top 8
3 Australia.png Paul Jackson $12,500 22
4 United States.png Matt Sperling $12,500 22 Second Pro Tour Top 8
5 Japan.png Kentaro Yamamoto $10,000 18 Third Pro Tour Top 8
6 United States.png Stephen Neal $10,000 18
7 United States.png Patrick Cox $10,000 18 Third Pro Tour Top 8
8 United States.png Stephen Berrios $10,000 18