Welcome to
Grand Prix Beijing 2017
Event Page

More details will be published as soon as they become available.

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Registration for the Grand Prix main event closes Friday night. There will be no Saturday registration.

The main tournament at Grand Prix Beijing is open to Magic players of all ages.

Players must have a signed waiver and consent form to compete at Grand Prix Beijing. Forms can be downloaded here and will be available on-site. Minors must have a parent of guardian’s signature on these forms. Minors will not be able to register or play unless we receive a waiver signed by a parent or guardian. No exceptions.

Fact Sheet

Dates May 5 – 7
Format Amonkhet Sealed/Booster Draft
Registration Time Online Registration: March 1 – May 4 24:00 (UTC+8)
Onsite Registration: May 5 13:00-20:00 (subject to availability)
Registration Fee Online Registration: USD 75 (PayPal Only)
Onsite Registration: CNY 550
Sleep-in Special: USD 15 (via PayPal online)/CNY 100 (onsite)
Premium Package: TBA
Venue USTB Gymnasium
Address University of Science and Technology Beijing
30 Xueyuan Rd.
Haidian District, Beijing

Promo Items

Grand Prix Exclusive Playmat

Participate in Grand Prix Beijing main event to receive this playmat featuring a card from the Amonkhet set (image to be revealed later) exclusive to Grand Prix Beijing (while supplies last).

Grand Prix Promo Card

Participate in Grand Prix Beijing main event and receive this promo card (Progenitus) exclusive to Grand Prix events (while supplies last).

Side Events

To be announced.

Guest Artist

Mark Tedin

Mark was born in Sitka, Alaska, a sublime but wet locale under the North Star. When younger, Mark wanted to be an astronaut. As a result, he started drawing pictures of outer space and flying saucers-soon including monsters and creatures in the illustrations. His appetite to draw grew as the years went by, but it wasn’t until Mark was in Junior High School that he decided to pursue a career in art.

Mark’s freelance work for Wizards of the Coast began shortly after he arrived in the Emerald City. For him it was, and still is, a dream come true: drawing strange creatures and environments and making a living at it!

From 1997 – 2000, Mark also worked on site at Wizards of the Coast as a staff conceptual artist. Since then, he’s also been teaching illustration, visual composition, and figure drawing part-time at the Northwest College of Art near Seattle.

Mark has been freelancing illustrative and conceptual design work for nineteen years and is loving it.

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