I feel that MTG's draft is the only format where everyone has an equal advantage (since they don't have to worry about spending several hundred dollars on a deck), and that's what I was hoping to see here.
Sit with inexperienced drafters to either side, then tell me that everyone has an equal advantage. Watch someone lucking out and having a teammate sit to their left or right, then tell me everyone has an equal advantage.
Arena is the format where everyone has an equal chance -- each player has the exact same average card power level. No teammates, no inexperienced drafters borking your colours, etc.
And to boot, there's an entry fee - locking out casual Arena players from actually learning how to draft their cards properly unless they spend money just to get stomped by more advanced players.
There has to be a format where it costs money to enter, otherwise the game will be overrun with first turn concessions from failed mulligans, combo decks and people just looking for perfect draws.
Casual arena players can watch any of a number of streams, review draft pick orders, and post their drafts for critiques. Vivafringe has tirelessly been posting in the "ask me anything" thread, Trump's rankings are well known and easily found, etc.
We both agree: A game of skill and strategy has a barrier to people without skill and unwilling to think about strategy. We only disagree on whether or not that's a problem.