Magic Arena – January Event Schedule

Magic Arena players can prepare for events over the next few weeks by checking out the late January and early February event schedules right here.

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Its nearing the end of the Kamigawa Neon Dynasty To take over Magic Arena, but there’s still some time to finish before the pre-release season gets here. No worries though. The rest of January and early February will be filled with exciting Limit and Build tournaments for Magic: Gathering fans to enjoy.

Magic Arena announced the event schedule for the last weeks of January 2022 and the first week of February as players continue to ramp up Content Crimson Vow and its related events. The upcoming calendar is packed with exciting activities and should have something for everyone. Players will have a chance to enjoy the Crimson Vow for a few more weeks, but there will also be a number of events that offer the chance to return to Strixhaven and the Forgotten Kingdom.


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Fan Magic Arena A closer look at all upcoming events is available through digital format right now. Over the next few weeks will offer some midweek Magic activities, quick drafts, and some other limited activities and construction event for players to explore (including another weekend of qualifiers!)…



Midweek Magic events begin Tuesday at 8 a.m. Pacific Time and end on Thursday at 11 a.m. Pacific Time.

  • January 11–13: Alchemy
  • January 18–20: Momir
  • January 25–27: Slow start
  • February 1–3: Unlimited history
  • February 8 to 10: Cascading


  • January 7–21: Strixhaven: School of Mage
  • January 21 to February 4: Innistrad: Crimson Oath
  • February 4-11: Dungeons & Dragons: Adventures of the Forgotten Kingdoms


  • January 22: Day 1 (must qualify through previous play)
  • Format: Traditional Alchemy (Best-of-Three)
  • January 23: Day 2 (must be eligible on Day 1 to participate)
  • Format: Traditional Alchemy (Best-of-Three)


  • January 15: Day 1 (open to all players)
  • Format: Alchemy, Best Match and Best of Three Matches
  • January 16: Day 2 (must be eligible on Day 1 to participate)
  • Format: Traditional Alchemy Match (Best of the Three)


  • January 6–21: Arena Cube Draft
  • January 6–21: Arena Cube Traditional Draft
  • January 21 – February 1: Crazy Science

Format: Alchemy with special game icon

Note: This event will reward eternal night card styles from Innistrad: Crimson Vow.

  • January 28 – February 10: Innistrad: Dual Feature Draft

(This draft format combines cards from Innistrad: Midnight Hunt and Innistrad: Crimson Vow.)

Note: Each entry to this event will receive a Dracula card style!

Overall, it’s been a pretty interesting first month of the year. Many players can eagerly move on to the next episode now because Crimson Vow has been out for a while, but the wait won’t be long as the pre-release season approaches one by one.

As always, players can also line up to join a casual or ranked Build play at any time. Those matches are free and are the primary way many players attempt to climb the ranked Building ladder all the way to the Mythic Tier. Reaching that level of play requires a lot of practice, play and sharpening; but is a great way to try and qualify for special tournament invitations and competitive card game prizes.

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