2015

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The year 2015 was the twentythird year of existence for Magic: The Gathering.

Events[edit | edit source]

Date Event
January 23 Release of Fate Reforged.
February 6-8 Pro Tour Fate Reforged at Washington, D.C., USA. Won by Spain.png Antonio Del Moral León.
February 27 Release of Duel Decks: Elspeth vs. Kiora.
March 27 Release of Dragons of Tarkir.
April 1 Announcing Drive to Work: The Box Set
  • April Fools
April 10-12 Pro Tour Dragons of Tarkir at Brussels, Belgium. Won by Denmark.png Martin Dang.
May 6 Release of Tempest Remastered
May 22 Release of the Modern Masters 2015.
July 8-12 San Diego Comic-Con.
July 17 Release of Magic Origins.
July 31 - August 2 Pro Tour Magic Origins in Vancouver, Canada. Won by Sweden.png Joel Larsson.
August 8 Start of the 2015–16 Pro Tour Season
  • Grand Prix Events in Hong Kong, China and San Diego, USA.
August 21 Release of From the Vault: Angels.
August 27-30 2015 World Championship at PAX Seattle, United States. Won by United States.png Seth Manfield.
August 28 Release of Duel Decks: Zendikar vs. Eldrazi.
October 2 Release of Battle for Zendikar.
October 10-12 Pro Tour Battle for Zendikar at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. Won by Japan.png Kazuyuki Takimura.
November 6 Release of the 2015 Holiday Gift Box.
November 13 Release of Commander 2015.
November 18 Release of Legendary Cube
December 11-13 2015 World Magic Cup in Barcelona, Spain. Won by Italy.png Italy.
Player of the Year: United States.png Mike Sigrist.
Rookie of the Year: United States.png Justin Cohen.
Hall of Fame inductees:

Publications[edit | edit source]

None

First involved[edit | edit source]

R&D[edit | edit source]

Artists[edit | edit source]

Fate Reforged

  • Jakub Kasper
  • Lake Hurwitz
  • Chris Rallis
  • Lius Lasahido
  • Alejandro Mirabal

Dragons of Tarkir

  • Joseph Meehan

Magic Origins

  • Victor Adame Minguez
  • Josu Hernaiz
  • Anna Steinbauer
  • Deruchenko Alexander
  • Bastien L. Deharme

Battle for Zendikar

  • Tianhua X
  • Greg Opalinski
  • Jama Jurabaev