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Where MLQ Went Wrong in 2016

August 17, 2016 0

By Andy Marmer “Major League Quidditch” wants everyone to know that it is putting forward professional quidditch, and by and large it has the world convinced. A wildly successful #16for16 campaign started the year, where, […]


Quidditch Post CEOs Say Goodbye

August 10, 2016 0

By Andy Marmer and Lindsay Garten World Cup has come and gone, and we couldn’t be more proud of the work the Quidditch Post has done. We previewed all 21 teams, in depth, wrote fascinating […]


Beginner’s Guide to the IQA

August 7, 2016 0

By Lindsay Garten With Quidditch World Cup 2016 behind us, the Quidditch Post brings you a beginner’s guide to the International Quidditch Association (IQA), the organization responsible for planning this international event. If you would […]


Asian Quidditch Cup 2016

July 29, 2016 0

By Charmaine Goh Literally a week after the very eventful IQA World Cup in Frankfurt, Germany, which saw Team Australia emerge as overall champions, Asia will see its first international quidditch tournament that is set […]


The World Turned Upside Down

July 24, 2016 1

By Andy Marmer Dameon Osborn lunged for the snitch and then lay on his back for minutes hardly believing what he held in his hand. With his single moment of brilliance, Osborn grabbed Australia’s first […]


World Cup Day One Reactions Roundtable

July 23, 2016 0

With Day One in the books, the Quidditch Post brings you our initial reactions from the first day of gameplay. Be sure to keep an eye out for our live tweets and video recaps. Andy […]