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I work in an office with a good number of Magic players. I'd like to try and organize some sort of pauper cube style tournament that could be run like a "season" over the course of a couple months. With people meeting once for a long time for a draft and then having games against each other as they have time for the tournament. Maybe with a small buy in for a prize at the end. Are there any tools to manage that kind of thing?

Ideally something to take a lot of the paperwork off of my hands.

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    I am pretty sure that the Wizards Event Reporter can handle casual events. I don't have access to a machine where I can test this though. – Rainbolt Oct 21 '16 at 18:18
  • That seems pretty focused on store owners. – Mykroft Oct 21 '16 at 18:28
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So this is a bit of an outside idea, but this website:

https://us.leaguerepublic.com/gaming.html

is what our local store uses for their MTG leagues, and it works pretty well. Its also free (to a point) but looks like what you're looking for.

Otherwise, a whiteboard displayed in a publicly visible place can work great too.

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