100c Singleton has tournaments once a month: (OR POSSIBLY ONCE A WEEK, I WILL UPDATE WHEN I HAVE FIGURED IT OUT
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Launch of Casual Format Weekend Challenges
In addition to official format discounts, we are introducing a new series of weekly events to support all of our casual constructed formats – Weekend Challenges. These constructed events offer you the opportunity to compete in your favorite casual format in a large event setting every week.
One Weekend Challenge will be offered for each and every casual format (Kaleidoscope, 100-Card Singleton, Pauper, and Standard w/Vanguard) each weekend. Each format's Weekend Challenge start time will rotate from week-to-week to accommodate players with different schedules.
In addition, each month's Weekend Challenge events will award an exclusive promo card in addition to its other prizes. This promo card will focus on one of the casual formats though it will be playable in many places. Everyone who participates in these events will receive that month's promo card and the top 8 finishers will receive a foil version of the promo card as well. For the last two weekends of June, these events will award the Kaleidoscope focused full art Electrolyze promo card.
These events will replace of the Weekend Premier Events beginning June 20th. See the Weekly MTGO Schedule for exact times.
100-Card Singleton Weekend Challenge
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2 10 10
3-4 6 6
5-8 3 3
9-16 2 1
In addition to the monthly tournament, WotC has implemented 8man queues. With some planning, the community should be able to organize queue rushing.http://forums.gleemax.com/showthread.php?t=1202627
Since launching the 2-player queues we have observed that the 4-player queues for the supported Casual formats (Pauper, Kaleidoscope, 100-Card Singleton, and Standard w/Vanguard) have stopped firing. Because of this, we have decided to replace the 4-player queues with 8-player queues for these formats. This change will start today June 12.
These 8-players queues will follow the standard prize structure (5-3-2-2) and will award 1 Magic Online Championship Series QP to their winner.
This will give players the chance to compete in larger events to prepare for the upcoming Casual Format Weekend Challenges which begin on June 20th, while also giving players who enjoy these formats more ways to earn MOCS QPs.