James Lee – Ep 204

James Lee

James Lee

In this episode, I’m talking to James Lee, all around great guy, high level judge, and the person largely responsible for turning Friday Night Magic into a reality.

James worked for Wizards of the Coast back in the day and was tasked with turning FNM from an idea on paper in the boardroom to the global cornerstone of the Magic player’s experience that we see today.

When I think about FNM, I see the community coming together each week to: battle, try out new things, and make new friends.

James also shares with us his thoughts about the evolution of Magic as a game, a sport, and an eSport.

I hope you enjoy my interview with James Lee!

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