Magic: The Gathering Pro Tour Season 2008

Magic: The Gathering Pro Tour Season 2008

The 2008 Pro Tour season was the thirteenth season of the Magic: The Gathering Pro Tour. It began on 15 December 2007, with Grand Prix Stuttgart, and ended on 14 December 2008, with the 2008 World Championship in Memphis. The season consisted of twenty-one Grand Prixs, and four Pro Tours, located in Kuala Lumpur, Hollywood, Berlin, and Memphis. The Grand Prixs from June until August were designated Summer Series Grand Prixs, awarding more prizes and additional Pro Points. At the end of the season, Shuhei Nakamura became the fourth consecutive Japanese player to win Pro Player of the year. Dirk Baberowski, Michael Turian, Jelger Wiegersma, Olivier Ruel, and Ben Rubin were inducted into the Hall of Fame.

Read more about Magic: The Gathering Pro Tour Season 2008:  Grand Prix – Stuttgart, Pro Tour – Kuala Lumpur (15–17 February 2008), Grand Prixs – Vancouver, Shizuoka, Vienna, Philadelphia, Brussels, Pro Tour Hollywood (23–25 May 2008), Grand Prixs – Birmingham, Indianapolis, Buenos Aires, Madrid, Kobe, Denver, Copenhagen, Manila, Rimi, Pro Tour Berlin (31 October – 2 November 2008), Grand Prixs – Atlanta, Okoyama, Taipei, Auckland, 2008 World Championships – Memphis (11–14 December 2008), Pro Player of The Year Final Standings, Performance By Country

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