After months of international qualifying events and the Week of Wings, it's time for the Red Bull Untapped 2020 World Finals— broadcasting live from the Xperion studio in Germany on November 1 at 12 p.m. CET (11 a.m. UTC / 3 a.m. PDT) on twitch.tv/redbull and twitch.tv/magic.
What Are The Prizes?
The 16 players battle for $75,000 in prizes—including the Top 4 earning invitations to compete at the Zendikar Rising Championship this December.
Across five months of qualifier events, and incredible set of 16 players qualified for the Red Bull Untapped 2020 World Finals. Including Magic luminaries such as Jan-Moritz Merkel, Michael Bonde, Yoshihiko Ikawa, and Ronald "PrediMTG" Müller alongside MTG Arena competitors from around the world, it's anyone's trophy to claim.
|Online International Qualifier I||Enrico Gobetti|
|Germany Online Qualifier I||Stefan Günther|
|Spain Online Qualifier||Marc Facerias|
|Italy Online Qualifier||Andrea Gambacorta|
|Russia Online Qualifier||Alexey Sukhikh|
|Online International Qualifier II||Yoshihiko Ikawa|
|Online International Qualifier III||Hoshi Yuki|
|UK Online Qualifier||Luke Hancock|
|Online International Qualifier IV||Kazune Kosaka|
|Online International Qualifier V||Anthony Arevalo|
|Online International Qualifier VI||Michael Bonde|
|Country Qualifier Japan||Koutarou Ishibas|
|Germany Country Qualifier II||Ronald Müller|
|Country Qualifier France||Noham Maubert|
|Portugese Country Qualifier||André Santos|
|Week of Wings||Jan-Moritz Merkel|
What Is The Format?
Featuring two MTG Arena formats—Historic and Standard—with a combination of Swiss pairings, followed by round robin pools to seed a Top 8 playoff bracket playoff, it's a one-day showdown to find the Red Bull Untapped 2020 World Finals champion.
The day begins with two rounds of Swiss pairings using the Historic format. Based on records and who-played-who during the two Swiss rounds, players are then split into four different pools—Zendikar, Ikoria, Theros, and Eldraine—for three round-robin matches using the Standard format. Finally, the two individuals with the best records within each pool are seeded into the Top 8 playoff bracket.
Check out the complete rules on the Red Bull Untapped 2020 World Finals event page for all the tournament details.
How Do I Watch?
The Red Bull Untapped 2020 World Finals broadcast takes place Sunday, November 1 beginning at 12 p.m. CET (11 a.m. UTC / 3 a.m. PDT) simulcast on both twitch.tv/redbull and twitch.tv/magic. An incredible team of talent—including commentators, MPL and Rivals League pros, and more—is lined up for the streaming event.
|Eilidh Lonie||Ally Warfield||Amazonian|
|Andrea Mengucci||Autumn Burchett||Bryan Gottlieb|
|Eduardo Sajgalik||Emma Handy||Gerry Thompson|
|Javier Dominguez||Lino Burgold||Luca Van Deun|
|Marijn Lybaert||Martin Jůza||Nadine Grendelmeier|
|Niels Viaene||Oliver Gehrmann||Ondřej Stráský|
|Paulo Vitor Damo Da Rosa||Piotr Głogowski||Pleasant Kenobi|
|Reid Duke||Riley Knight|
With streams providing commentary in multiple languages, plus streamers such as BGFreakle and Sol4r1s leading guest viewing parties packed with giveaways, the Red Bull Untapped 2020 World Finals is an event you don't want to miss!