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Arena Championship 6 Viewer's Guide

July 08, 2024
Wizards of the Coast

What Are The Formats?

Arena Championship 6 is almost here, featuring 32 top MTG Arena players facing off for $200,000 in cash prizes and Magic World Championship invitations. On July 13, Day 1 of the event, players will face off in Modern Horizons 3 Draft and Historic Constructed. On July 14, Day 2 of the event, there will be three more rounds of Historic Constructed before a cut to the Top 8, where the winner will be crowned following a final showdown in Historic Constructed. It's certainly going to be an event for the ages!

How Much Money Is On The Line?

The competitors aren't just competing for Magic glory; Arena Championship 6 also has $200,000 in prizes up for grabs. Here's how the prizing breaks down.

Place Prize
1st $30,000
2nd $20,000
3rd-4th $15,000
5th-8th $10,000
9th-12th $7,000
13th-16th $5,000
17th-24th $2,500
25th-32nd $1,500

Additionally, the finalist and winner of Arena Championship 6 earn the final two invitations to the Magic World Championship 30 taking place in 2024 at MagicCon: Las Vegas.

Who Is Playing?

The competitors for Arena Championship 6 feature 32 competitors that earned invitation through Day 2 wins at Qualifier Weekends.

The complete Arena Championship 6 invitation list is available online.

Who Are the Casters?

Here's the broadcast team for Arena Championship 6:

How Can I Follow the Event?

Arena Championship 6 will be streamed live beginning at 9 a.m. PT each day, July 13 and 14 at

You will find decklists for the event at the Arena Championship 6 event page, with round-by-round standings and updates provided through the live broadcast.

Can I Co-Stream the Event?

Following Twitch's Content Sharing Guidelines, you can co-stream the Arena Championship 6 broadcast from using OBS or XSplit. This allows anyone on Twitch to cover the event in their voice and with their community. To be clear, co-streamed content is not endorsed by Wizards, and we expect anyone who participates in co-streaming to follow Wizards' Fan Content Policy.

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