Tri-City Tournament Championship

Date: Saturday November 2nd
Check In/Registration Time: 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Start Time: 12 PM
End Time: 6 PM
Cost: FREE! Must qualify in a Qualifier event at one of the four stores

Welcome to the first Dragon’s Lair Tri-City Tournament – a tournament which pits the best players from the four Dragon’s Lair stores across three cities against one another to determine who is the best! This year’s Tri-City Tournament is a Magic the Gathering Standard tournament, hosted at the Austin location.

Four players from each store will be entered into a three round Standard tournament to compete for the title of Grand Champion, and walk away with $500 worth of prizes! The store with winning player will also receive a trophy, immortalizing their victory for years to come.

To qualify, you must participate in a Tr-City Qualifier at one of the four Dragon’s Lair locations. The top four players from each Qualifier will be entered into the final event. You are only eligible to participate in qualifiers as long as you have not qualified for the final.

Austin Qualifier (10/19)
Houston Qualifier (10/19)
San Antonio Medical Center Qualifier (10/20)
San Antonio Alamo Ranch Qualifier (10/27)

Check in will be from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM, to provide us ample time to check everyone in and make sure everything is accounted for. We will start the first round no later than 12 PM. Standard format, with 4 swiss rounds and a single elimination top 8 cut until we are able to crown our Grand Champion!

Prize: Grand champion will get
          – Throne of Eldraine booster box
          – Throne of Eldraine Collector’s booster box
          – SDCC 2019 exclusive “Dragon’s End Game” box set
          – Alternate Art foil Will Kenrith Planeswalker card
          – Alternate Art foil Rowan Kenrith Planeswalker card

The store who sends that winning player will also receive a special trophy commemorating their victory in the Tri-City Tournament (PLUS bragging rights for their home turf). So find a qualifier tournament, and make your way to the first ever Tri-City Tournament!

If you didn’t qualify this year, keep an eye out for next year’s Tri-City Tournament!