19 May 2020 2:24 PM +00:00 UTC

Upcoming Magic: The Gathering Arena Events Announced For June 2020

Magic: The Gathering Arena is getting a new update on May 21, and the State of the Game for this month's update sums up all the changes coming to Wizards of the Coast's digital card game, as well as the upcoming MTG Arena events for the rest of May and June.

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In addition to the Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths Player Draft and Traditional Draft events that will continue until June 25, there will be new Workshop and Ranked Historic events that will keep players grinding in the game. Friday Night Magic at Home events will continue until June 20 with a variety of Historic, Cascade, and Momir events.

May 15–May 29: War of the Spark Quick Draft May 29–June 12: Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths Quick Draft June 12–June 26: Rivals of Ixalan Quick Draft (Historic)
April 16–June 25: Ikoria Premier Draft April 16–June 25: Ikoria Traditional Draft
Arena Cube Draft (Phantom) Event Dates: June 12June 25
Core Set 2020 Omniscience Draft Dates: June 6June 9
May 22–May 23: Historic Artisan May 29–May 30: Cascade June 5–June 6: Historic Constructed June 12–June 13: Momir June 19–June 20: Historic Brawl
May 26–May 28: Heirlooms of History June 2–June 4: Heroes of Ikoria June 9–June 11: Mastermind June 16–June 18: Taking the Stairs June 23–June 25: The Common Good
Historic Ranked/Traditional Historic Ranked
Available: May 21
Historic Shakeup Event Dates: June 6June 12
Historic Challenge Event Dates: June 20June 22
(Additional Historic events available during FNM @ Home)

In addition to these events, MTG Arena will also have its first-ever cash open tournament, and Brawlers' Guildhall, which will continue to have no entry fee.

The May 21 update will also release the Historic Anthology III bundle, which will add playsets of 27 new cards for Arena's nonrotating format. It will be available for 4,000 gems or 25,000 gold. Players will also have the option to craft individual cards using Wildcards of the appropriate rarity (1:1).

Related: The First-Ever MTG Arena Cash Prize Tournament is Coming