Ian Dixon Wants You to Mod a Stream

Ian Dixon, the Super Moderator

Ian Dixon, the Super Moderator

The moderator of moderators, the Modfather, the God Mod, the one who wields the sword, Ian Dixon joins us to talk all about stream chat moderation.

Ian has been moderating online communities early on, when Twitch was Justin TV and even before that when stuff was streamed on UStream with IRC chats.

Ian established himself early on and was invited to moderate for Loading Ready Run.

One gig lead to another and after a decade of timing ppl out, Ian has now created an entire network of moderators sharing and learning from each other.

Much thanks to Ian for joining the show to share his knowledge and experience with us.

There are many streamers looking for moderators, so if you love hanging out on streams, and you care about growing communities, consider becoming a moderator.

Ian is always available to share his knowledge. You can reach out to him on Twitter @DixonIJ

Music Credits (in order of appearance):


Our theme song is Play the Game by Antracto (Yes I bought the rights, if you’re curious)

Patreon music:
Road Trip by Joakim Karud

Card Kingdom ad music:
Someways by Nicolai Heidlas

Paragon City Games ad music:
Clouds by Joakim Karud

Preview Clip:
Dreams by Joakim Karud

Play MTG

I’ve got a new YouTube Channel called Play MTG

Woo! And if you like the Kitchen Table Magic podcast by Sam Tang, you’re gonna love the new YouTube channel Play MTG by Sam Tang!

It’s an upbeat, fast paced new YouTube Channel featuring deck techs from Pros, learn to play tutorials, expert difficulty level up advice, single card discussion, MTG community news, and more.

I’ve only got a few videos uploaded right now about my vlog from Hascon. So if you wanna see what I look like, go check me out on Twitter and Facebook. It’s on YouTube at http://YouTube.com/c/playmtg

Follow the new show on Twitter @play_mtg

It’s on Facebook.com/playmtg

I’m looking forward to creating content in video!

Thanks everyone for listening to this episode of Kitchen Table Magic.

A big thank you again to all my Patreon Supporters, your support of Kitchen Table Magic allows me to share stories about the amazing people in the Magic: The Gathering community with the world.

I would like to thank all my Patreon Supporters:
Brian, Markus, James L, Alex, Trevor, Katelyn, Neil, Aaron C, Cory, Chad, Logan S, Nick, Eternal Durdles, Matthias, Geraint, Scryfall, Matt, Iain, Karl, David, and Matthew, Chris, and Jonathan for your generous contribution!

Your support of Kitchen Table Magic allows me to share stories about the amazing people in the Magic: The Gathering community with the world.

Listeners, if you’d like to get special gifts like these from my guests, become a supporter at Patreon.com/KitchenTableMagic

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If you’re a new listener to the show: Welcome! and I hope you’ve had a chance to listen to the past interviews in Seasons 1, 2 and 3!

Over the past year I am grateful that so many listeners have found the show, and I will continue to make content that high quality and meaningful for the community.

Your financial contribution goes to making the show better and keeping it running by helping to pay for audio equipment, software, and server costs.

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Kitchen Table Magic is sponsored by Card Kingdom

In my experiences ordering things online, I always hope everything goes well, like will I get my package quickly?, and my order is correct?

With so many business interactions digitized and becoming less personal, we care more about receiving great customer service.

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Kitoshi got a fully colored rainbow chameleon token.


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From fast shipping logistics, to great customer service, card selection, and also the care their fulfillment team takes when packaging each order, Card Kingdom goes above and beyond.

I even purchase my Patreon supporter gifts from Card Kingdom.

So if you’re looking to purchase Magic The Gathering singles and sealed products online, Card Kingdom has been trusted by Magic players around the world.

And if you’d like to show them you heard about them on Kitchen Table Magic, use our affiliate link: cardkingdom.com/ktm when you shop.

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Paragon City Games

Paragon City Games

This episode of Kitchen Table Magic is sponsored by Paragon City Games.

I’ve been talking about Paragon City Games for some time now. And recently I’ve been invited to film three vlogs at their game store for their Heroes League Invitational Series.

It’s a local tournament held at Paragon City Games each month, where the winners of each tournament compete at a year end Invitational.

The player community there is wonderful, competitive, and fun.

They have friendly staff that greet every single person that walks through the store.

The store itself is huge, open, clean, bright, airy, with beverages, snacks, clean restrooms, a fully loaded feature match area, a high tech streaming setup.

The entire store is filled with huge open tables enough to fit over 100 players. I played in an FNM there where 4 different formats were going at the same time.

They also have a huge selection of board games, Magic singles, supplies, hand crafted wooden deck boxes and artisanal Die Hard Metal dice.

I’ve been to a lot of game stores in my life, and never before have I had a favorite LGS that’s away from my hometown.

And if you want to see the vlogs I made for Paragon City Games, just go to Facebook.com/ParagonCityGames and click on videos.

I made three vlogs, one each for their Standard, Modern, and Legacy events.

Paragon City Games also has a commitment to Legacy, and they’re streaming Legacy daily at Twitch.tv/ParagonCityGames

If you’re ever in Draper Utah, go check them out.

And if you love Legacy, watch their Twitch stream, again, at Twitch.tv/ParagonCityGames

They’re a wonderful group of people and I’m so grateful to have them as friends.

Hipsters of the Coast

Hipsters of the Coast

Hey everyone! Great news! Kitchen Table Magic is now on Hipsters of the Coast!

They’re the mages with the curly beards and the vegan potion options!

Hipsters of the Coast is the premier news and strategy blog for the Magic: The Gathering Community.

And Kitchen Table Magic is honored to be joining their lineup. If you’re listening to me right now from Hipsters of the Coast, I’m pleased to meet you.

If you’re new to the HotC blog, head on over to http://hipstersofthecoast.com to get strategy and content for all your favorite formats.

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