What formats are supported in Magic: The Gathering Arena?
Magic: The Gathering Arena supports Standard and Limited (Draft/Sealed) formats, as well as a variety of special events such as Singleton and Pauper (learn more about these event types). Standard Constructed, and Booster Draft are always available to play in Magic: The Gathering Arena, in both best-of-one and best-of-three formats, with additional events available based on our event calendar. View our current event calendar.
What sets are currently available in Magic: The Gathering Arena?
All Standard legal sets are available in MTG Arena. Cards available for purchase during previous rotations in MTG Arena are not available, but may be reintroduced in the future.
For more info, please see our Rotation Guide here.
When will new Magic: The Gathering sets be added to MTG Arena?
New Standard-legal sets for MTG Arena will launch alongside their tabletop counterpart, allowing MTG Arena to always be a current Magic experience.
What's the difference between "Traditional" events and other formats?
Traditional events and play queues use a best-of-three format, and use a rules and ban list that aligns with tabletop magic. All other events use a best-of-one format.
What's the difference between "Ranked" play and non-ranked formats?
Ranked play is for our competitive events and play queues. Players can advance their Constructed or Limited rank through playing in Ranked formats, and the top players from each season qualify for the respective Mythic Championship Qualifier Weekend. Head to magic.gg for more info on our competitive league!