Harry Potter may be over, but, thankfully, it's not really over: Today, J.K. Rowling released the first part of a short story called History of the Quidditch World Cup on pottermore.com. The story is just what it sounds like: It features bits of history and scandals from the Quidditch World Cup, everyone's favorite fake sport that they just totally know they'd be good at. Like, we could all totally be awesome seekers, right?

This is just part one, of course—the second part will go live on the website Friday, March, 21. According to Deadline, the second installment will include "recaps of some notable recent matches that have been held every four years since 1990."

In other news for Potter fans who aren't ready to let the series go quite yet, late last year it was announced that Rowling would produce a Harry Potter stage play that explains his time as an orphan prior to attending Hogwarts. 

Pottermore.com members can check out part one of "History of the Quidditch World Cup" on the site.

[via The Wrap]