2016–17 Pro Tour Season

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2016–17 Pro Tour Season
Player of the Year Brazil.png Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa
Rookie of the Year Canada.png Ben Hull
World Champion United States.png Brian Braun-Duin
Hall of Fame inductions Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe
United States.png Owen Turtenwald
Pro Tours 4
Grand Prix events 50
Previous season:
2015–16
Next season:
2017–18

The 2016–17 Pro Tour season was the twenty-second Pro Tour season. It started on 13 August 2016 with Grand Prix events in Rimini and Portland, and ended on 30 July 2017 with the conclusion of Pro Tour Hour of Devastation.

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

GP Rimini GP Portland GP Guangzhou
 Date: 13–14 August 2016  Date: 13–14 August 2016  Date: 27–28 August 2016
 Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Modern
 Attendance: 889  Attendance: 1715  Attendance: 946
 1. Germany.png Arne Huschenbeth  1. United States.png Robert Santana  1. Singapore.png Albertus Law
 2. Czech Republic.png Petr Sochůrek  2. United States.png Travis Woo  2. Hong Kong.png Wu Kon Fai
 3. Belgium.png Simon Enckels  3. United States.png Tanner von Difloe  3. Singapore.png Lim Zhong Yi
 4. Italy.png Marco Dolazza  4. United States.png Max Mick  4. Singapore.png Kelvin Chew
 5. Czech Republic.png Lukas Blohon  5. United States.png Chris Botelho  5. China.png Jia Hao
 6. Czech Republic.png Jaroslav Boucek  6. United States.png Oliver Tomajko  6. Japan.png Ryoichi Tamada
 7. Austria.png Thomas Holzinger  7. United States.png Paul Rietzl  7. Japan.png Kentaro Yamamoto
 8. Japan.png Shota Yasooka  8. United States.png Michael Hantz  8. Japan.png Keita Kawasaki
GP Lille GP Indianapolis
 Date: 27–28 August 2016  Date: 27–28 August 2016
 Format: Modern  Format: Modern
 Attendance: 1818  Attendance: 1983
 1. Poland.png Meciek Berger  1. United States.png Brandon Burton
 2. Netherlands.png Thomas Hendriks  2. United States.png Rob Pisano
 3. Czech Republic.png Jiří Obraz  3. United States.png Scott Lipp
 4. Switzerland.png Serafin Wellinger  4. United States.png Brandon Semerau
 5. France.png Mike Boulinguiez  5. United States.png Ryan Normandin
 6. Germany.png André Metzger  6. United States.png Mason Linne
 7. Germany.png Manuel Menges  7. Canada.png Ryan Solave
 8. Spain.png Daniel Ballestin  8. United States.png Brandon Pascal

2016 World Championship[edit | edit source]

1–4 September 2016 in Seattle, Washington, United States.

Rank Player Prize Pro Points
1 United States.png Brian Braun-Duin $70,000 14
2 Portugal.png Marcio Carvalho $40,000 11
3 United States.png Oliver Tiu $20,000 9
4 Japan.png Shota Yasooka $20,000 9

Grand Prix (September–October 2016)[edit | edit source]

GP Kyoto GP Louisville GP London GP Atlanta
 Date: 10–11 September 2016  Date: 10–11 September 2016  Date: 8–9 October 2016  Date: 8–9 October 2016
 Format: Team Limited  Format: Team Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 2334 (778 teams)  Attendance: 1383 (461 teams)  Attendance: 2566  Attendance: 1663
 1. Japan.png Yuuki Ichikawa
 1. Japan.png Yuki Matsumoto
 1. Japan.png Kazuyuki Takimura
 1. United States.png Sam Black
 1. United States.png Matt Severa
 1. United States.png Justin Cohen
 1. Portugal.png Marcio Carvalho  1. Brazil.png Carlos Romão
 2. Hungary.png Gabor Kocsis  2. United States.png Cash Turner
 3. Wales.png Pip Griffiths  3. United States.png Noah Walker
 2. Japan.png Kitahara Hiroaki
 2. Japan.png Ken Yukuhiro
 2. Japan.png Kentaro Yamamoto
 2. United States.png Ben Rubin
 2. United States.png Matthew Boccio
 2. United States.png Tillman Bragg
 4. England.png Neil Rigby  4. United States.png Raymond Perez, Jr.
 5. Denmark.png Bo Stentebjerg-Hansen  5. United States.png Geddes Cooper
 6. Italy.png Federico Del Basso  6. United States.png Chris Fennell
 3. Japan.png Kenta Harane
 3. Japan.png Fumiya Matsumoto
 3. Japan.png Tomonori Hirami
 3. United States.png Steve Rubin
 3. Canada.png Alexander Hayne
 3. United States.png Mike Sigrist
 7. Denmark.png Marcus Hensing  7. United States.png Thien Nguyen
 8. Italy.png Riccardo Picciafuochi  8. United States.png Matt Frank
   
 4. Czech Republic.png Tom Ristovsky
 4. Czech Republic.png Petr Sochůrek
 4. Czech Republic.png Pavel Matousek
 4. United States.png Paul Rietzl
 4. Netherlands.png Jelger Wiegersma
 4. United States.png Matt Sperling
   

Pro Tour Kaladesh[edit | edit source]

Main article: Pro Tour Kaladesh

14–16 October 2016 in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 Japan.png Shōta Yasooka $50,000 31 Fourth Pro Tour Top 8, second Pro Tour win
2 Brazil.png Carlos Romão $20,000 27 Second Pro Tour Top 8
3 Greece.png Makis Matsoukas $15,000 23 Pro Tour debut
4 Canada.png Ben Hull $15,000 23 Pro Tour debut
5 France.png Pierre Dagen $10,000 19 Second Pro Tour Top 8
6 United States.png Matt Nass $10,000 19
7 Hong Kong.png Lee Shi Tian $5,000 15 Fifth Pro Tour Top 8
8 United States.png Joey Manner $5,000 15

Grand Prix (October–November 2016)[edit | edit source]

GP Kuala Lumpur GP Providence GP Warsaw
 Date: 22–23 October 2016  Date: 22–23 October 2016  Date: 29–30 October 2016
 Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 769  Attendance: 1180  Attendance: 1112
 1. Japan.png Fumiya Matsumoto  1. China.png Wang Yichen  1. Lithuania.png Gabrielius Kaklauskas
 2. Philippines.png Mark Lawrence Tubola  2. United States.png Seth Manfield  2. Netherlands.png Niels Molle
 3. Japan.png Yuuki Ichikawa  3. United States.png Jacky Wang  3. Switzerland.png Andreas Ganz
 4. Australia.png Anthony Lee  4. United States.png Osyp Lebedowicz  4. Italy.png Matteo Moure
 5. Japan.png Yuuta Takahashi  5. United States.png Zachary Kiihne  5. Czech Republic.png Zbysek Panchartek
 6. Singapore.png Marcus Oh  6. Canada.png Maxim Belanger  6. United States.png Ben Stark
 7. Malaysia.png Wai Kin Au Yong  7. United States.png Dave Shiels  7. France.png Julien Stihle
 8. Japan.png Teruya Kakumae  8. United States.png Ian Bosley  8. Ukraine.png Oleksii Riabokon
GP Santiago GP Dallas GP Rotterdam
 Date: 29–30 October 2016  Date: 5–6 November 2016  Date: 12–13 November 2016
 Format: Standard  Format: Modern  Format: Team Limited
 Attendance: 754  Attendance: 2019  Attendance: 2109 (703 teams)
 1. Chile.png John Chavarria  1. United States.png Kevin Mackie  1. Spain.png Javier Dominguez
 1. Portugal.png Marcio Carvalho
 1. Argentina.png Luis Salvatto
 2. Brazil.png Jonathan Melamed  2. United States.png Corey Burkhart
 3. Brazil.png Eduardo dos Santos Vieira  3. United States.png Michael Songhao Mei
 4. Brazil.png Victor Fernando Silva  4. United States.png Alex Mitas  2. Netherlands.png Frank Karsten
 2. Netherlands.png Brent Vos
 2. Netherlands.png Bas Melis
 5. Argentina.png Luis Salvatto  5. United States.png Brian Braun-Duin
 6. Chile.png Cristian Cespedes  6. United States.png Nicolas D'Ambrose
 7. Chile.png Ignacio Garcia  7. United States.png Zach Voss  3. France.png Raphaël Lévy
 3. Japan.png Tomoharu Saito
 3. France.png Jérémy Dezani
 8. Brazil.png Marcos Paulo De Jesus Freitas  8. United States.png Philip Napoli
   
     4. Brazil.png Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa
 4. Israel.png Shahar Shenhar
 4. Czech Republic.png Ondřej Stráský

2016 World Magic Cup[edit | edit source]

Main article: 2016 World Magic Cup

18–20 November 2016 in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Place Country Player Prize Pro Points Place Country Player Prize Pro Points
1 Greece.png Greece Bill Chronopoulos $12,000 8 5 Finland.png Finland Matt Kuisma $2,000 5
Panagiotis Papadopoulos Lauri Pispa
Nikolaos Kaponis Thomas Tuominen
Tziotis Petros Leo Lahonen
2 Belgium.png Belgium Peter Vieren $6,500 7 6 Australia.png Australia David Mines $2,000 5
Jerome Bastogne Garry Lau
Branco Neirynck James Wilks
Pascal Vieren Ryan Cubit
3 Italy.png Italy Andrea Mengucci $4,000 6 7 Ukraine.png Ukraine Sergiy Sushalskyy $2,000 5
Alessandro Portaro Iurii Babych
Mattia Rizzi Artem Fedorchenko
Alessandro Casamenti Bogdan Sorozhynsky
4 Belarus.png Belarus Hleb Bantsevich $4,000 6 8 Panama.png Panama Saul Alvarado $2,000 5
Pavel Miadzvedski César Segovia
Ihar Klionski Sergio Bonilla
Dmitry Andronchik Manuel Succari

Grand Prix (November 2016-January 2017)[edit | edit source]

GP Chiba GP Madrid GP Denver GP Milwaukee
 Date: 26–27 November 2016  Date: 3–4 December 2016  Date: 3–4 December 2016  Date: 10–11 December 2016
 Format: Legacy  Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 2503  Attendance: 1568  Attendance: 1456  Attendance: 1326
 1. Japan.png Kentaro Yamamoto  1. Italy.png Carmine D'Aniello  1. United States.png Matt Severa  1. United States.png Steven Carter
 2. Japan.png Atsuki Kihara  2. France.png Nicolas Legendre  2. United States.png Steve Rubin  2. United States.png Brandon Fischer
 3. Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe  3. England.png Callum Bousfield  3. United States.png Jacob Nagro  3. United States.png Eric Severson
 4. Japan.png Keisuke Sato  4. Italy.png Marco Cammilluzzi  4. United States.png Andrew Wolbers  4. United States.png Evan Petre
 5. Japan.png Kouichi Miyabe  5. Spain.png Rafael Sarriegui Hidalgo  5. United States.png Rob Pisano  5. United States.png Ari Lax
 6. Japan.png Ryo Takahashi  6. Spain.png Adrian Ramiro Cano  6. Canada.png Ben Hull  6. Japan.png Toshiya Kanegawa
 7. Japan.png Akira Honma  7. Portugal.png Luis Gobern  7. United States.png Michael Snyder  7. United States.png Ben Weitz
 8. China.png Liu Jin  8. Germany.png Alexander Hottmann  8. United States.png Seth Manfield  8. United States.png Corey Burkhart
GP Louisville GP Prague GP San Jose
 Date: 7–8 January 2017  Date: 28–29 January 2017  Date: 28–29 January 2017
 Format: Legacy  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 1607  Attendance: 2005  Attendance: 1908
 1. United States.png Reid Duke  1. Turkey.png Yusuf Kemal Vefa  1. United States.png John Asbach
 2. United States.png Andrew Sullano  2. Brazil.png Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa  2. United States.png Ari Hausman-Cohen
 3. United States.png Brian Braun-Duin  3. Germany.png Fabian Friedrich  3. United States.png Roberto Berni
 4. United States.png Nate Barton  4. Finland.png Roope Metsa  4. United States.png Avenash Pernankil
 5. United States.png Charles Hinkle  5. Denmark.png Christoffer Enggaard Larsen  5. United States.png Jiachen Tao
 6. United States.png Michael Majors  6. Slovakia.png Ivan Floch  6. United States.png Anand Khare
 7. United States.png Cody Napier  7. Germany.png Florian Koch  7. Canada.png Adam Ragsdale
 8. United States.png Craig Wescoe  8. Italy.png Fabrizio Campanino  8. United States.png Richard Tan

Pro Tour Aether Revolt[edit | edit source]

3–5 February 2017 in Dublin, Ireland.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 Brazil.png Lucas Esper Berthoud $50,000 31
2 Portugal.png Marcio Carvalho $20,000 27 Third Pro Tour Top 8
3 United States.png Donald Smith $15,000 23
4 Canada.png Eduardo Sajgalik $15,000 23 Second Pro Tour Top 8
5 China.png Yuchen Liu $10,000 19
6 Brazil.png Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa $10,000 19 Eleventh Pro Tour Top 8
7 Czech Republic.png Jan Ksandr $5,000 15
8 Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza $5,000 15 Third Pro Tour Top 8

Grand Prix (February-May 2017)[edit | edit source]

GP Pittsburgh GP Brisbane GP Vancouver GP Utrecht
 Date: 11–12 February 2017  Date: 18–19 February 2017  Date: 18–19 February 2017  Date: 25–26 February 2017
 Format: Standard  Format: Modern  Format: Modern  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 1334  Attendance: 966  Attendance: 1545  Attendance: 1232
 1. United States.png Ryan Hare  1. Australia.png Oliver Oks  1. United States.png Josh Utter-Leyton  1. France.png Samuel Vuillot
 2. United States.png Bronson Gervasi  2. New Zealand.png Zen Takahashi  2. Canada.png Jonathon Zaczek  2. Italy.png Fabrizio Campanino
 3. United States.png Matthew Long  3. Hong Kong.png Lee Shi Tian  3. United States.png Gerry Thompson  3. France.png Alexandre Habert
 4. United States.png Robert Beatty  4. Australia.png Timothy Cheng  4. United States.png Sam Black  4. Germany.png David Brucker
 5. United States.png Adam Van Fleet  5. New Zealand.png Chris Grimshaw  5. United States.png Eric Severson  5. Netherlands.png Charly Traarbach
 6. Canada.png Daniel Fournier  6. Japan.png Tetsu Kawaguchi  6. Canada.png Jon Stern  6. Denmark.png Kasper Nielsen
 7. United States.png Anand Khare  7. New Zealand.png Sean Hume  7. Canada.png Nathaniel Knox  7. Germany.png Thuan Truong
 8. United States.png Michael Cochran  8. Australia.png James Larsen-Scott  8. Canada.png Jason Simard  8. Turkey.png Berk Akbulut
GP Barcelona GP New Jersey GP Shizuoka GP Porto Alegre
 Date: 11–12 March 2017  Date: 11–12 March 2017  Date: 18–19 March 2017  Date: 18–19 March 2017
 Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 1262  Attendance: 1627  Attendance: 2717  Attendance: 576
 1. Czech Republic.png Petr Sochůrek  1. United States.png Corey Baumeister  1. Japan.png Ryohei Kirino  1. Brazil.png Victor Fernando Silva
 2. England.png Matthew Pope  2. United States.png Ben Friedman  2. China.png Qi Wentao  2. Brazil.png Vagner Casatti
 3. Portugal.png Marcio Carvalho  3. United States.png Paul Rietzl  3. Japan.png Masayasu Tanahashi  3. Peru.png Francisco Sifuentes
 4. Spain.png Iñigo Vallejo  4. United States.png Ben Stark  4. Japan.png Yusuke Sasabe  4. Brazil.png Rafael Bertolli Parra
 5. Poland.png Michal Lipinski  5. United States.png Robert Lombardi  5. South Korea.png Sungeun Je  5. Argentina.png Sebastian Pozzo
 6. Italy.png Federico Del Basso  6. United States.png Jarvis Yu  6. Japan.png Takanori Watanabe  6. Argentina.png Luis Salvatto
 7. Spain.png Miguel Castro  7. United States.png Kyle Moran  7. Japan.png Akihiro Miyamoto  7. Chile.png Patricio Roman
 8. France.png Yoann Sevaux  8. United States.png Brandon Ayers  8. Japan.png Motoaki Itou  8. Brazil.png Carlos Alexandre Dos Santos Esteves
GP Orlando GP San Antonio GP México City
 Date: 25–26 March 2017  Date: 1–2 April 2017  Date: 8–9 April 2017
 Format: Limited  Format: Team Modern  Format: Team Limited
 Attendance: 1284  Attendance: 1668 (556 teams)  Attendance: 444 (148 teams)
 1. Sweden.png Joel Larsson  1. United States.png Gregory Orange
 1. United States.png Adam Jansen
 1. United States.png Andrejs Prost
 1. United States.png Andrew Cuneo
 1. United States.png Eric Froehlich
 1. United States.png Ben Stark
 2. United States.png Noah Walker
 3. China.png Zile Yao
 4. United States.png Chris Pikula  2. United States.png Owen Turtenwald
 2. United States.png William Jensen
 2. United States.png Reid Duke
 2. United States.png Matt Nass
 2. Canada.png Jacob Wilson
 2. United States.png Sam Pardee
 5. Canada.png Alexander Hayne
 6. United States.png Jack Dobbin
 7. United States.png Patrick Tierney  3. United States.png Gerard Fabiano
 3. United States.png Eli Kassis
 3. United States.png Ben Lundquist
 3. Japan.png Toru Inoue
 3. Japan.png Shota Takao
 3. Japan.png Kazuyuki Takimura
 8. United States.png Jorge Mantilla
 
   4. United States.png David Ochoa
 4. United States.png Matt Severa
 4. United States.png Andrew Baeckstrom
 4. Canada.png Jon Stern
 4. United States.png Greg Ogreenc
 4. United States.png Stephen Neal
GP Beijing GP Bologna GP Richmond
 Date: 6–7 May 2017  Date: 6–7 May 2017  Date: 6–7 May 2017
 Format: Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 1029  Attendance: 1669  Attendance: 1593
 1. Singapore.png Kelvin Chew  1. Italy.png Corrado De Sio  1. United States.png Michael Baraniecki
 2. Japan.png Keita Kawasaki  2. Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza  2. United States.png Eli Kassis
 3. Japan.png Tomoharu Saito  3. England.png Francesco Giorgio  3. United States.png Evan Esposito
 4. China.png Xuan Wu  4. Belgium.png Pascal Vieren  4. Denmark.png Martin Dang
 5. Japan.png Riku Kumagai  5. Switzerland.png Dario Veneri  5. United States.png Brian Braun-Duin
 6. Japan.png Takuma Morofuji  6. Italy.png Dario Parazzoli  6. United States.png Brad Carpenter
 7. China.png Yimin Zhi  7. Spain.png Javier Dominguez  7. Brazil.png Thiago Saporito
 8. Japan.png Riki Kamo  8. Denmark.png Simon Nielsen  8. United States.png Josh Jones

Pro Tour Amonkhet[edit | edit source]

Main article: Pro Tour Amonkhet

12–14 May 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 United States.png Gerry Thompson $50,000 30 Second Pro Tour Top 8
2 Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe $20,000 26 Fourth Pro Tour Top 8
3 Japan.png Ken Yukuhiro $15,000 24 Third Pro Tour Top 8
4 Denmark.png Martin Müller $12,500 22 Second Pro Tour Top 8
5 United States.png Chris Fennell $10,000 20 Second Pro Tour Top 8
6 Germany.png Marc Tobiasch $9,000 18
7 United States.png Christian Calcano $7,500 17
8 United States.png Eric Froehlich $6,000 16 Fifth Pro Tour Top 8

Grand Prix (May-July 2017)[edit | edit source]

GP Montréal GP Santiago GP Kōbe GP Copenhagen
 Date: 20–21 May 2017  Date: 20–21 May 2017  Date: 27–28 May 2017  Date: 27–28 May 2017
 Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Modern  Format: Modern
 Attendance: 848  Attendance: 718  Attendance: 2802  Attendance: 1815
 1. United States.png Kevin Jones  1. Argentina.png Mauro Sasso  1. Malaysia.png Joe Soh  1. Italy.png Mattia Rizzi
 2. Canada.png Paul Dean  2. Poland.png Grzegorz Kowalski  2. Japan.png Terumasa Kojima  2. Spain.png Cristian Ortiz Ros
 3. Canada.png Maxime Aubin  3. Chile.png Daniel Vega  3. South Korea.png Park Bi-O  3. Denmark.png Kim Ströh
 4. United States.png Max McVety  4. Brazil.png Guilherme Merjam  4. Japan.png Fumiyasu Suzuike  4. Denmark.png Martin Müller
 5. United States.png Ethan Gaieski  5. Argentina.png Javier Luna  5. Japan.png Tomoya Tsubouchi  5. Finland.png Teemu Halonen
 6. Canada.png Shaun McLaren  6. Argentina.png Nicolas Epstein  6. Japan.png Takeshi Kagawa  6. France.png Remi Le Francois
 7. Canada.png Daniel Fournier  7. Chile.png Ignacio Saez  7. Japan.png Akio Chiba  7. Germany.png Michael Steinecke
 8. Canada.png Liam Kane Meilleur  8. Netherlands.png Niels Noorlander  8. Japan.png Ryoichi Tamada  8. Germany.png Gunnar Geissler
GP Manila GP Amsterdam GP Omaha GP Las Vegas (L)
 Date: 3–4 June 2017  Date: 3–4 June 2017  Date: 3–4 June 2017  Date: 15–16 June 2017
 Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Legacy
 Attendance: 757  Attendance: 1170  Attendance: 832  Attendance: 2656
 1. Japan.png Ryoichi Tamada  1. Czech Republic.png Lukas Blohon  1. United States.png Brad Nelson  1. United States.png Andrew Calderon
 2. China.png Wentao Qi  2. Germany.png Benjamin Luft  2. United States.png Sam Pardee  2. United States.png Jonathan Semeyn
 3. Philippines.png Imman Van Valerio  3. Australia.png Michael Maurici  3. United States.png Dillon Ioanis  3. United States.png Christopher Iaali
 4. Malaysia.png Wee Pang Ming  4. Netherlands.png Arjan van Leeuwen  4. Canada.png Paul Dean  4. United States.png Jody Keith
 5. Philippines.png Cholo Pascual  5. Netherlands.png Jelco Bodewes  5. United States.png Michael Cochran  5. United States.png Patrick Tierney
 6. Philippines.png Mark Anthony Biala  6. Netherlands.png Thomas Hendriks  6. United States.png Andrew Ziggas  6. Canada.png Samuel Tharmaratnam
 7. Philippines.png Rei Anthony Coo  7. Germany.png Alexander Mertins  7. United States.png Tyler Schroeder  7. United States.png Jacob Haversat
 8. Philippines.png Dunstan Tauli  8. Germany.png Raphael Coors  8. United States.png William Craddock  8. United States.png Daniel Cathron
GP Las Vegas (S) GP Las Vegas (M) GP Sydney
 Date: 16–17 June 2017  Date: 17–18 June 2017  Date: 24–25 June 2017
 Format: Limited  Format: Modern  Format: Team Limited
 Attendance: 2562  Attendance: 3410  Attendance: 852 (284 teams)
 1. Brazil.png Thiago Saporito  1. Canada.png Mani Davoudi  1. Australia.png James Wilks
 1. Australia.png Simon Linabury
 1. Australia.png Ivan Schroder
 2. United States.png Steve Rubin  2. France.png Theau Mery
 3. United States.png Paul Herr  3. United States.png Benjamin Coursey
 4. United States.png Sam Pardee  4. United States.png Allen Wu  2. Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe
 2. Japan.png Hajime Nakamura
 2. Japan.png Yoshihiko Ikawa
 5. China.png Bolun Zhang  5. United States.png Matt Sorensen
 6. United States.png Tzu-Mainn Chen  6. United States.png Craig Wescoe
 7. United States.png Andrew Cuneo  7. United States.png Daniel Wong  3. Australia.png Jarron Puszet
 3. Australia.png Dominic Z
 3. Australia.png Karl Eyre
 8. United States.png Mike Sigrist  8. United States.png Paul Peterson
   
     4. New Zealand.png Danny Liao
 4. New Zealand.png Jing-Wei Zheng
 4. New Zealand.png Brandon Wise
GP Cleveland[1] GP Kyōto GP Toronto
 Date: 24–25 June 2017  Date: 22–23 July 2017  Date: 22–23 July 2017
 Format: Team Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 1611 (537 teams)  Attendance: 2398  Attendance: 1391
 1. United States.png Reid Duke
 1. United States.png William Jensen
 1. United States.png Owen Turtenwald
 1. United States.png William Jensen  1. Canada.png Robert Anderson
 2. Japan.png Atsuki Kihara  2. United States.png Allen Sun
 3. Denmark.png Martin Müller  3. United States.png Ben Weitz
 2. Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza
 2. Japan.png Shuhei Nakamura
 2. United States.png Corey Burkhart
 4. United States.png Jon Finkel  4. United States.png Matthew Nickolai
 5. China.png Qi Wentao  5. United States.png Andrew Cuneo
 6. Canada.png Pascal Maynard  6. Canada.png Doug Potter
 3. United States.png John Rolf
 3. United States.png Brandon Ayers
 3. United States.png Nathaniel Smith
 7. Canada.png Xiao Yu Roy Yang  7. Canada.png Taimur Rashid
 8. Japan.png Kazuki Yada  8. China.png You Cheng An
   
 4. United States.png Chris Ferber
 4. United States.png Nick Neill
 4. United States.png Josh Sellers
   

Pro Tour Hour of Devastation[edit | edit source]

28–30 July 2017 in Kyoto, Japan

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 Brazil.png Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa $50,000 30 Twelfth Pro Tour Top 8, second Pro Tour win
2 United States.png Sam Pardee $20,000 26 Second Pro Tour Top 8
3 United States.png Sam Black $15,000 24 Third Pro Tour Top 8
4 Hong Kong.png Wing Chun Yam $12,500 22
5 Japan.png Shintaro Kurata $10,000 20 Pro Tour debut
6 Singapore.png Felix Leong $9,000 18
7 Japan.png Yusuke Sasabe $7,500 17 Pro Tour debut
8 United States.png Seth Manfield $6,000 16 Third Pro Tour Top 8

References[edit | edit source]

  1. A QUICK UPDATE ON JUNE’S GRAND PRIX COLUMBUS. Wizards of the Coast (2017-01-19).