Replaced by Microsoft Exec
April 11, 2016
Greg Leeds has resigned as CEO of Hasbro division Wizards of the Coast, the company announced today, and will be replaced by former Microsoft executive Chris Cocks.
With Card Art from TCG
June 22, 2016
Udon Entertainment will produce art books featuring the art from the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG , Udon and licensor (Konami division) 4K Media Inc. announced.
From 'ICv2's Internal Correspondence' #90
August 1, 2016
These charts of the Top 5 Collectible Games Over-all, Top 3 Mass Market Channel Collectible Games and Top 10 Hobby Channel Collectible Games reflect sales in Spring 2016.
Seahawks Linebacker Distraught After Theft
November 11, 2016
Seattle Seahawks linebacker Cassius Marsh pleaded for the return of his treasured Magic: The Gathering collection, which was stolen.
Wizard Shares Details, Images from 'Magic' Set
December 7, 2016
WotC has revealed more details from the first Magic: The Gathering set of 2017, Aether Revolt , the follow-up to Kaladesh.
Column by Scott Thorne
January 23, 2017
This week, Thorne shares observations on the Magic: The Gathering--Aether Revolt pre-release and takes a look at the recent letter from Wizards of the Coast CEO Chris Cocks.
In Collectible Games
March 8, 2017
One of the oldest collectible games and the newest were the big movers in the category in the September to December Fall season, according to reports from retailers, distributors, and publishers we interviewed. The Pokemon TCG was on fire for its full 20th Anniversary year, and finished strong.
From 'ICv2's Internal Correspondence' #91
March 10, 2017
These charts of the Top 5 Collectible Games Over-all, Top 5 Mass Market Channel Collectible Games and Top 10 Hobby Channel Collectible Games reflect sales in Fall 2016.
Arriving in June
May 12, 2017
Wizards of the Coast has shared the official artwork and more details on the upcoming Commander Anthology for Magic: The Gathering.
Plus 'Magic' Preview, Exclusive 'Transformers', More
June 7, 2017
Hasbro has announced the first programming and activations for HASCON, its new in-house convention