MTGJSON is an open-source project that catalogs all Magic: The Gathering cards in a portable format. A dedicated group of fans maintains and supplies data for a variety of projects and sites in the community.
New JSON builds happen every Sunday at 4PM EST, though subject to change, and may take several hours to compile.
Zach - Lead Developer & Maintainer
Zach is a 22-year old hippo fanatic who loves playing with big data and giving back to the community in unique ways. He has worked on MTGJSON since 2016, and has led the design and development of version 4. His work can also be seen heavily in the open-source Cockatrice game client.
All inquires about MTGJSON can be sent to [email protected]
Martin - Web Developer
Eric - Documentation Developer
Eric is a conceptualizer that loves cervidae, nature, cheesy sci-fi movies and delving in to any code he can find. He has worked on the MTGJSON documentation since 2018 and is an avid supporter of open-source software and the MTG community.
Many others have devoted their time and effort in to this project. If you have suggestions for improvements, bug reports, or would just like to help address existing issues, we are always looking for help. You can contribute to the project through the main MTGJSON repo or the MTGJSON website repo. If you would like to help in other ways please consider donating to the project via Paypal (one-time donation) or via Patreon (reoccurring donations).
Our Patreon Supporters
Without our Patreon supporters we would not be able to keep this site running. They keep the lights on here and we would like to highlight their efforts in supporting this project.Don't see your project? Join the Discord and let us know or open an issue on GitHub. We'll be happy to add your work to our list.
Others Powered by MTGJSON
MTGJSON has allowed many different projects to serve data to their audiences and we're very proud of what our friends have accomplished. We'd like to highlight them here.Don't see your project? Join the Discord and let us know or open an issue on GitHub. We'll be happy to add your work to our list.