2019 World Championship
|2019 World Championship|
The 2019 World Championship, the 27th Magic World Championship, will be held in February 2020. Sixteen players will conclude a groundbreaking year for esports and competitive gaming in Magic by vying for $1 million in prizes. Only the best MPL players and Challengers can participate.
Qualification[edit | edit source]
- The 2018 Magic World Champion (Javier Dominguez)
- The winners of each of the seven 2019 Mythic Championships (four tabletop and three MTG Arena)
- The Top 4 MPL players with the most Mythic Points 
- The Top 4 Challengers with the most Mythic Points 
|Player||Method of qualification|
|Javier Dominguez||2018 World Champion|
|Autumn Burchett||Mythic Championship Cleveland 2019 winner|
|Eli Loveman||Mythic Championship London 2019 winner|
|Matias Leveratto||Mythic Championship III winner|
|Thoralf Severin||Mythic Championship IV Barcelona winner|
|Jean-Emmanuel Depraz1||Mythic Championship V winner|
|Ondřej Stráský||Mythic Championship VI Richmond winner|
|Mythic Championship VII winner|
|Most Mythic Points of MPL|
|2nd most Mythic Points of MPL|
|3rd most Mythic Points of MPL|
|4th most Mythic Points of MPL|
|Raphael Levy||Most Mythic Points of Challengers|
|Chris Kvartek||2nd most Mythic Points of Challengers|
|3rd most Mythic Points of Challengers|
|4th most Mythic Points of Challengers|
- ^1 As already-qualified Javier Dominguez won Mythic Championship V, the spot was passed down to the runner-up.
Notes and references[edit | edit source]
- Elaine Chase (August 14, 2019). "The Future of Magic Esports". Magic Esports.
- Wizards of the Coast (February 20, 2019). "How to Become The Next Magic Champion: Qualifying for Mythic Championships and Worlds". magicthegathering.com. Wizards of the Coast.
- If a player in the Top 4 has earned an invitation through another means, that qualification slot will pass down to the next highest Mythic Point earner.