Storybook Brawl Early Access Celebration Tournament Set for August 14th

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First Major Storybook Brawl Tournament Set for Saturday, August 14th

A Storybook Brawl Early Access Celebration tournament will be held Saturday, August 14th with $2.500 in prizes. Coverage will be run by Parney (Twitch: Telemokos) and starts at 2:00pm PDT. LSV, Matt Nass, and Matt Place will be joining him on camera and viewers can win free hero codes during the broadcast.

For more details, visit the tournament page on Steam.

Developed by a team of veteran designers from Magic: The Gathering, Hearthstone and Elder Scrolls Legends, Storybook Brawl is a lighthearted card-based autobattle game featuring characters from beloved fairy tales and myths. While the game is easy to jump into and simple to play, a wide variety of cards offers opportunities for deep strategy and accommodates different styles.

Features of Storybook Brawl include: 

  • Battle 7 other players over several rounds to be the last person standing
  • Choose from over 30 different heroes with fun and unique powers to lead your battle
  • Draft characters to your party, leveraging abilities, effects and combos to deal the greatest damage
  • Match 3 characters to create a supercharged version and earn a treasure
  • Level up to unlock stronger characters and spells

Storybook Brawl is available now on Steam Early Access. For more information, visit  

About Good Luck Games

Founded in 2019, GL Games is helmed by three veteran card game designers and former professional players. Magic: The Gathering Hall of Famer and Player of the Year Josh Utter-Leyton was a two-time US National Champion and six-time Pro Tour top 8 competitor. He was Lead Designer on three Elder Scrolls: Legends sets as well as Designer and gameplay engineer on Eternal and Elder Scrolls: Legends. In addition to serving as a lead designer on Elder Scrolls: Legends and a designer for Eternal, Matt Nass reached the Magic: The Gathering World Championship top 8, the Pro Tour Top 8 and clocked five Grand Prix wins. Matt Place is a Magic Pro Tour champion turned game designer. He’s had many roles during his 18 years in the game industry, including lead initial designer for Hearthstone at Blizzard Entertainment.”


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