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We wanted to take a minute and provide an update on the current status of this game. We want to reassure players that the TCG will continue, and look forward to releasing the Wrathgate and Icecrown expansions this spring and summer. The new plans are being finalized and there should be a full announcement by this weekend.

Realm Championships will still take place in North America this weekend. All prizes will be awarded as announced at the event including iPods and Loot cards. Winners that receive a travel award will receive their information in approximately four to six weeks. Unfortunately, the trophies will not be ready for the event.

These events will run according to the current World of Warcraft TCG and Miniatures tournament policies, and the current suspended player list will be enforced.

We know it's been a chaotic few weeks, so just hang in there for a few more days.

North American Locations - March 20-21, 2010

Ashenvale Forest
Borderlands Games
546 High St NE
Salem, Oregon
Last Chance Qualifier Information
Ashenvale Realm Championship Information

Best Western Ontario Airport
209 N Vineyard Avenue
Ontario, California 91764-4427
Phone: 909/937-6800 | Fax: 909/937-6815
Tanaris Realm Championship Information

1931 Skillman St
Dallas, TX 75206
Contact: [email protected]

Heroes Cards, Comics, and Games
211 Bullsboro Dr. STE A
Newnan, GA 30263
(770) 251-5754

Misty Mountain Games and Diversions
4672 Cottage Grove Rd
Madison, WI 53716
(608) 441-0312
Mulgore Realm Championship Information

1858 Middlebelt Rd.
Garden City, MI 48135
(734) 427-2451

Tower of Games
1400 Kempsville RD STE 132
Chesapeake, VA 23320
(757) 819-7913
Azshara Realm Championship Event Information;year=2010;month=3

Gaming Etc Tournament Center
555 Lordship BLVD
Stratford, CT 06615
(203) 296-9961

Seems that we're close to a resolution to this mess. To my knowledge there has been no information leaked about who the new producer of World of Warcraft TCG will be, but apparently we'll know by this weekend.

As I mentioned in an earlier post, the popular concensus seems to be that Wizards of the Coast, the producers of Magic: The Gathering and D&D, would get the contract.

Since the Wrathgate and Icecrown expansions will be released on schedule the release of the in-game mounts Blazing Hippogryph and Wooly White Rhino should be unaffected. These will be the new reward mounts that are redeemed in game from TCG card codes.

Make sure to check back later in the week for news on the 'announcement' mentioned in the post!

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Last Updated: Mar 13, 2016