Event Information

Phoenix Games often has many event scheduled each month related to the games we carry and support. We even have events that at are organized and run by the players themselves. We have eight gaming tables and plenty of terrain. The quickest way to see what and when its happening is by using the Event Calender.

Event Calendar

 The I.T.C. is a highly competitive Tournement. This format is for players that are very experienced and who know the rules backward and forward.  If your a casual gamer than you'll have to practice up before you enter these matches.
    At the tournement at Phoenix Games, lunch is included in the entry fee. The I.T.C. was created and is regulated by Frontline Gaming.

I.T.C. FAQ Frontline Gaming

 Tournements and event for those who do not want an overly competetive atmosphere these events are more appealing. Each event that is scheduled varies in its overall format. Entry feed varies.


Friday Night Magic (Magic thr Gathering)


Friday Night Magic (or FNM) is a format of Magic: The Gathering tournaments, held on Friday nights in gaming stores and associations all across the world. They are designed to be a beginner-friendly introduction to organized play.

Friday Night Magic is the heart and soul of your local Magic community. Open to all players and running in thousands of stores across the globe each Friday Night, "FNM" is a chance to catch up with your friends, make new ones and of course, play some Magic!

Friday Night Magic Rules

Created and popularized by fans, the Commander variant is usually played in casual Free-for-All multiplayer games, although two-player games are also popular. Each player starts at 40 life, and each player's deck is headed by a legendary creature designated as that deck's commander. A player's choice of commander determines which other cards can be played in the deck (while except for basic lands, each card in the deck must have a different name)

Commander Rules

 For those who love fantasy battles the Kings of War tournements might be for you. It is a casual competitive format. Details vary depending the specific evnt. Entry Fees usually run $10