An announcement about the future of Magic Judge shirts and the Judge Program uniform guidelines.
The January 2019 Judge Program Status update from the Program Coordinators.
A philosophical grounding for the judge program, written by David Lyford-Smith, Level 3, UK.
Hello and welcome to the second installment of the Program Coordinators Ask Me Anything Answers! Thank you to everyone that participated by asking questions. Our next AMA will happen in the first quarter of next year, but if you have anything to ask between now and then feel free to email us anytime at email@example.com Before answering the questions you asked on the forum thread, we would like to share with you our thoughts about the recent Organized Play announcements on Esports and Mythic
Announcing: New Judge Conduct Committee Lead Eric Levine
Hello judges! By chance, four of the five Program Coordinators were on staff for PT Atlanta last weekend and, of course we used this opportunity to sit together and discuss about some topics, and we would like to share with you the topics and decisions we made during that chat. The fifth Program Coordinator joined us by chat and Sara Mox (Judge Program community manager) also joined us for part of the meeting. Those are the topics we covered: Judge Code of Conduct Committee: this is the
In our last update, we announced some upcoming changes in the Status of the Judge Program Article. We would like to take the opportunity to expound on some of those changes as we all prepare to enter an exciting 2019. First, starting with Judge Conduct Committee cases opened in 2019, the Program Coordinators will be working with the Judge Conduct Committee Lead in a new modified appeal process. Once the JCC has concluded its investigation and communicated the result to the affected judge, that Judge
The October 2018 status report from the Judge Program Coordinators!
Wizards of the Coast has announced some major changes to Organized Play (or should we say E-Sports and Competitive Gaming?). These changes of course affect the Judge Program as well. The major change is that Preliminary Pro Tour Qualifiers are going away next year. As these events are what Level 2 is currently built to support, many judges are probably asking what this means for their own judging activities, as well as the Program’s level structure in general. The short
The results of the Fall 2018 Program Coordinator selection and the Grand Prix Head Judge Lead selection!