The Epic Card Game Championship will be happening at the Wise Wizard Games Fair. Players will have a chance to compete and win one of the coveted entries to the 2017 Epic World Championship in November, where everyone will receive a cash prize and the top finisher will win $15,000! There will be last chance qualifiers on-site on Friday and Saturday at the Wise Wizard Games Fair along with lots of fun side events.
Epic Card Game was designed and developed by Rob Dougherty and Darwin Kastle, two Magic the Gathering Hall of Famers and Pro Tour champions who want to provide large organized play events and big prizes to grow a strong player community. All told, they will award over $50,000 at the Epic Card Game Championship.
If you want to have a Qualifier event in your area, send an email to [email protected]. If you want to run local tournaments, check out our How to Run an Epic Card Game Tournament page. If you are new to Epic, check out our Epic 101 page, and welcome to the show!
Epic Championship Series
Epic Card Game Championship Qualifiers — Locations and Dates
|Epic World Championship 2016
|World Champion John Tatian
Grand Finalist Will Morgan
Rest of Top 16 planning to compete in the 2017 Championship:
|Wise Wizard Games Fair 2016
Qualifiers for 2017
Constructed: Nico Matteo Christiansen
Limited: Thomas Dixon
|February 25, 1pm
Free with convention badge
|Pandemonium Books & Games
|April 15, 10:30am, $30
Top 2 not-previously qualified players advance to Worlds
$1000 in cash prizes
|Winner: John Tatian
2nd: James Moreland
3rd: Thomas Dixon
4th: Connor Daly
|Limited: Martin Dickie Constructed: Derek Arnold
|Limited: Thomas Sorenson Constructed: Nick Blandin
|Limited: Paul Batum
|Mr. Nice Guys Games
12:00PM Start Time
|Limited: Josiah Fiscus
|Spain National Championship
|Limited: Ferran Rodriguez Garcia
|Virginia Beach, Virginia
|Sunday, October 1 at 11:30 AM
|Limited: Gavin Schober
|Last Chance Qualifiers at Wise Wizard Games Fair
|Friday November 17 & Saturday November 18th
|3 LCQ Winners TBD
Qualifier Tournament Formats
We will hold World Championship Qualifier Tournaments in the following two formats:
Constructed: Each player must bring a 60-card deck using cards they own, following the “Full Constructed” rules in the rulebook and at epiccardgame.com/formats/. This deck will be used for both the preliminary (swiss) rounds and the top-8 playoff rounds.
Limited: Each player must bring one set of Epic, Tyrants, and Uprising, and will build a 30 card deck from a pool of 60 randomly selected cards (following the limited “sealed” rules in the rulebook and at epiccardgame.com/formats/). These decks will be used for the swiss rounds. In the top-8 playoffs of Limited events, players will compete in head-to-head Dark Draft, drafting a new deck each round!
Epic Card Game Championship Prize Payout
All players win a cash prize and receive cool exclusive swag!
|25th – 32nd
Epic Championship Series Details
Epic Card Game Championship Details:
Dates: November 17-20, 2017
Location: Sheraton Framingham Hotel & Conference Center 1657 Worcester Rd Framingham, MA 01701 Click for Room Block
Last Chance Qualifier Schedule: Last chance qualifiers (limited and constructed) will occur Friday November 18 and Saturday November 19.
Side Events: Casual side events will be available all weekend long for Epic, Star Realms, Hero Realms, and other Wise Wizard’s Games.
Epic Digital Championship Details:
Dates: Summer 2018 (exact dates to be announced)
Location: Epic Digital App (online)
Qualifier Schedule: to be announced
- Winners will need to sign an eligibility and release form to receive prizes.
- The Epic Championship Series is open to qualified players aged 18 years and older. Qualified players aged 13 to 17 years may also enter with parent’s permission, and only if a parent or guardian attends the event as well.
- Employees, contractors, and consultants of Wise Wizard Games LLC, and the immediate family members of each, may not compete in the Epic Championship Series.
- All cash prizes are in US dollars, and are subject to change.
- WWG reserves all rights with regards to this event, including altering rules to ensure competitive fairness.