All of us on the HBMO staff are pleased to announced our sponsor spotlight series. Each week we will bring light to one or more of the incredible sponsors that helps make our event so successful. These companies have graciously donated money, products, time, and advertising to our event and to the cause of spreading awareness for suicide prevention.

Black Border Outline Banner Darkhound Studios LLC

This spotlight goes to Darkhound Studios who for the second year in a row will be supplying a custom top eight playmat for the Modern Format main event. In addition, Darkhound has made the custom fifth anniversary playmat that is for sale in our web store as well as being a part of our VIP pre-registration package.

Darkhound Studios LLC is a company based in Arlington, Texas that specializes in custom card game supplies. Their products include foil tokens, playmats, dicebags, and much more. Owned and operated by Jamie Gary and William Strzelecki, both avid Magic the Gathering  players, the duo travels across the United States to set up and promote at MtG events. Competitive Magic players may also recognize their items from several Star City Games Open events they have attended as a vendor.

The Hunter Burton Memorial staff would like to thank Darkhound Studios for their continued contribution to our annual event and assisting in spreading awareness for the prevention of suicide. You can visit their website at the link below or stop by their booth at the 2018 Hunter Burton Memorial Open to check out all the products they have to offer.


Hunter Burton 5th Anniversary Logo Black OutlineWolf Token

HB Playmat
HB Playmat


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