Reid "reiderrabbit" Duke - Magic: The Gathering Arena Player

Reid Duke
Date of Birth:
United States
United States
World Ranking:
Country Ranking:

Total Prize Money Earned:
$71,400.00 From 13 Tournaments
Alternate IDs:
Reid Duke

Reide "Reid Duke" Duke is an American Magic: the Gathering Online player.

Earnings By Year

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results

Earnings By Game

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
Magic: The Gathering Arena$29,400.00941.18%|$3,400.0064.76%|$26,000.00336.41%
Magic: The Gathering Online$42,000.00458.82%|$0.0000.00%|$42,000.00458.82%

Earnings By Team

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
Team SoloMid$2,000.0022.80%|$2,000.0022.80%|$0.0000.00%

Highest Prize Money Won

1.2011-11-201st2011 Magic Online Championship$25,000.00Magic: The Gathering Online
2.2019-03-319th-12th» Mythic Invitational 2019$12,500.00Magic: The Gathering Arena
3.2019-06-2333rd-64th» Mythic Championship III 2019$7,500.00Magic: The Gathering Arena
4.2010-12-125th-8th2010 Magic Online Championship$6,000.00Magic: The Gathering Online
5.2013-03-235th-8th2012 Magic Online Championship$6,000.00Magic: The Gathering Online
6.2019-07-289th-16th» Mythic Championship IV 2019$6,000.00Magic: The Gathering Arena
7.2018-03-0417th-24th2017 Magic Online Championship$5,000.00Magic: The Gathering Online
8.2019-07-104thTeam-based Tournament » Twitch Rivals: MTGA Team Draft Challenge (July 2019)$1,250.00Magic: The Gathering Arena
9.2019-08-082nd» Fandom Legends MTG: Arena #18$800.00Magic: The Gathering Arena
10.2019-05-095thTeam-based Tournament » Twitch Rivals: MTGA Team Draft Challenge (May 2019)$750.00Magic: The Gathering Arena

Top Placements

1 Tournament
1 Tournament
0 Tournaments

Other Statistics

Overall Ranking

At present, reiderrabbit is ranked #2193 in highest overall earnings, and #438 in highest earnings for players from United States.

Largest Prize from a Single Tournament

The most money that reiderrabbit has won from a single tournament was $25,000.00 from 2011 Magic Online Championship on November 20, 2011. He placed 1st, making up 35.01% of his total prize money won.


No external sources of information are cited for the player. See tournament references for sources.