Magic: The Gathering documentary on the way from the team behind The Toys That Made Us

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Magic: The Gathering is getting a documentary, entitled Igniting the Glow, The Story of Magic: The Gathering, narrating the game’s history considering that its 1993 release.

The Toys That Made Us manufacturer Brian Stillman will be co-directing along with Kelly Slagle, who contributed to the production of a documentary about Dungeons & Dragons called Of Dice and Men. In the manufacturer’s function is Brian Volk-Weiss, CEO of The Nacelle Business and the very same guy behind Netflix’s The Toys That Made Us and The Films That MadeUs All informed, it sounds like the best team to cover Magic’s 25- plus-year history.

” Magic: The Gathering is a timeless success story, a homegrown game that came from no place and attained around the world success,” stated Stillman and Slagle in a news release. “It’s brought happiness to millions of individuals and along the way totally changed the game market. We can’t wait to inform this story.”

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Magic was produced by mathematician-turned-game- designer Richard Garfield, and first released by Wizards of the Coast. The game promoted the collectible card game format, generating modern-day games like Hearthstone and Gwent along with numerous other tabletopgames Over 50 growths– described as “sets” of cards– have actually been produced for the game ever since. Current numbers from the publisher suggest that more than 35 million individuals have actually played the game worldwide.

Magic: The Gathering has long had a competitive professional circuit. Now that professional circuit is itself transitioning to the digital space with Magic: The Gathering Arena, a digital version of the cardgame The 26th Magic World Championship is simply around the corner, with $1 million on the line.

No release platform or date has actually been revealed yet, however with Avengers: Endgame directors Anthony and Joe Russo working on a Magic: The Gathering Netflix show, the future of Magic media is look great.

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