Magic: The Gathering Online

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Magic: The Gathering Online is a video game adaptation of Magic: The Gathering, utilizing the concept of a virtual economy to preserve the collectible aspect of the card game.[1] It is played through an Internet service operated by Wizards of the Coast, which went live on June 24, 2002.[2] The game does not run on mobile (iOS or Android) as Magic: the Gathering Arena does, since it is only install-able on Microsoft Windows. Users can play the game or trade cards with other users.

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Magic: The Gathering Online
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Developer(s)Leaping Lizard Software (initial)
Wizards of the Coast (v2.0 and on)
Publisher(s)Wizards of the Coast
Platform(s)Microsoft Windows
ReleaseJune 2002
Genre(s)Digital collectible card game
Mode(s)Multiplayer
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As of February 2007, Magic Online has over 300,000 registered accounts;[3] this does not represent the true number of players since people are allowed to register multiple accounts. According to Worth Wollpert in 2007, Magic Online was "somewhere between 30% to 50% of the total Magic business."[4]