161 Magic: The Gathering players from around the world will compete at the final Mythic Invitational of the 2021 season for a slice of the $250,000 prize pool and a spot for the Season Grand Final. The online tournament will run over the course of four days, with the founds starting at 11am CT on Twitch.tv/magic.
Sept. 10: Starting at 11am CT, players will compete in a total of seven Swiss rounds, advancing to day two by earning 12 match points.
Sept. 11: Starting at 11am CT, players will compete in another seven Swiss rounds to determine the top eight advancing to the playoffs.
Sept. 12: Starting at 11am CT, the broadcast will feature the first day of playoff competition, wrapping up with the completion of the upper bracket.
Sept. 13: Starting at 11am CT, this day will feature the completion of the playoffs and the final 2020 Mythic Invitational match.
Players will compete via MTG Arena, and the format is Historic with open decklists for the tournament. Out of the 161 players, only the top 16 players will get an invitation to the 2020 Season Grand Final.
Here's the coverage team of the Mythic Invitational:
Maria Bartholdi: Host
Riley Knight: Reporter
Mani Davoudi: Desk Expert
Marshall Sutcliffe: Play-by-Play
Eilidh Lonie: Play-by-Play
Cedric Phillips: Expert
Corey Baumeister: Expert
The last 2020 Mythic Invitational will take place at 11 am CT on September 10 to 13.
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