Aussie Jessica Estephan Becomes First Woman To Win A Magic: The Gathering Grand Prix

Aussie Jessica Estephan Becomes First Woman To Win A Magic: The Gathering Grand Prix

Photo: Wizards of the Coast

Sydney’s Jessica Estephan has become the first woman to ever win a Magic: The Gathering Grand Prix at the game’s Sydney meet over the weekend.

Estephan, along with Ryan Lewis-Jonns (Sydney) and Lachlan Saunders (Canberra), emerged victorious in the Team Grand Prix from a field of 350 entries, beating rivals from Australia and New Zealand to the prize.

The Magic Grand Prix has been running since 1997, so this has been a long time coming.

https://twitter.com/jesstephan/status/985436163925143552

The winners, along with second, third and fourth place, have all earned an invitation to Magic’s Pro Tour 25th Anniversary in Minneapolis in August.

Aussie Jessica Estephan Becomes First Woman To Win A Magic: The Gathering Grand Prix

Lechlan Saunders, Ryan Lewis-Jonns and Jessica Estephan.Photo: Wizards of the Coast

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