Whether it's Friday Night Magic, a Preliminary Pro Tour Qualifier, or a Grand Prix, when you play Magic in a sanctioned event, you earn points. As you hone your spell-slinging skills and defeat more foes, you'll receive even more points. At certain point totals, you'll level up in the Planeswalker Points program and improve your rank; the levels go all the way up to Archmage!
Planeswalker Points is a worldwide system designed to reward you for playing in sanctioned Magic events. Unlike previous systems that rewarded only winning, Planeswalker Points is based on a simple premise: playing Magic is awesome and should be rewarded and winning is even better.
With Planeswalker Points, you’ll amass badges and achievements for competing and contributing to the Magic community. Proudly display your badges and get the recognition you have earned!
What is Planeswalker Points? Planeswalker Points is a replacement for the system previously used by Wizards to rate and rank Magic players' participation in sanctioned Organized Play events. It's a point accumulation system built on a simple premise: Playing is good; winning is even better.
With the first competitive season nearly in the books we've gotten a chance to see the impact of the PWP system on player behavior. The results have shown that at the top of the standings players have responded to the incentives and increased their play (or at least their point acquisition) dramatically. Many of the top point earners have acquired a huge percentage of their points from constantly playing in low-level events. A huge number of the players in the Top 100 have secured their place there by essentially exploiting the system.
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