Regional Coordinator Selection Process – Fall 2018 Window Open

Regional Coordinator Leader announces the Fall 2018 process for renewal and new applications for the Regional Coordinator Advanced Role. Regions At this time, we are accepting applications for the following regions: Australia & New Zealand BeNeLux Canada Europe - East Europe - North Greater China German speaking countries Hispanic America - North Italy & Malta Japan UK, Ireland & South Africa USA - Central USA - Midatlantic USA - Northeast USA Read more [...]

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Nicholas Zitomer promoted to Level 3!

Congratulations to (Georgia, USA), who passed his Level 3 panel this past weekend. His Regional Coordinator, , wrote the following words about him: [cets_callout_box style='gray' align='full' title='']Nik has been a leader in the Southeast Region since before I even moved to Atlanta 3 years ago, and he’s been the “Go-To” Judge in Georgia for as long as almost any of the judges here can remember. This year, he took on the role of Education Captain for the region, and helped empower Read more [...]

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Daniel Lee promoted to Level 3!

L-R: Maria Zuyeva, Abe Corson, new Level 3 Daniel Lee, and Nicolette Apraez. A huge congratulations to Daniel on being promoted to Level 3 at GP Minneapolis this past weekend. RC , wrote some words for them: [cets_callout_box style='gray' align='full' title='']I am extremely pleased and excited to welcome Daniel to Level 3. This has been a long road for him to travel and he has taken all of the twists and turns with enthusiasm. Daniel has grown so much from the baby judge that was certified Read more [...]

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Eliana Rabinowitz promoted to Level 3!

A huge congratulations to Eliana on being promoted to Level 3 at GP Seattle this past weekend. , her RC, wrote some words for her: [cets_callout_box style='gray' align='full' title=''] Eliana took the Southern California judge community by storm back in 2015. One day, she decided she wanted to learn how to play Magic and sat down and read the Comprehensive Rules. Shortly after she started playing, she set her mind on becoming a judge. She passed her L1 in February of that year, and a mere Read more [...]

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