Pokkén Tournament News

Pokkén Tournament Championship Series: UK Nationals Information

The 2016 Pokémon UK National Championships will feature Pokkén Tournament for the first time. The event will run over two days, with registration occurring in person the morning of May 14. Players can expect to compete in a double elimination tournament, with players being placed into small groups to play out “Bracket Pools.” Two players will advance from each Bracket Pool to play in a finals bracket on Sunday, May 15. The number of players who advance to the second day will vary based on the final attendance number. Pokkén Tournament stations with controllers will also be available for free-play throughout the weekend.

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Two more Pokkén Tournament Championship Series competitions have been added in Seattle and St. Louis!

Hot on the announcement of the Pokkén Tournament event announced for DreamHack Austin, an additional two Pokkén Tournament competitions are on the way. Top finishers at these events will win an invitation to the Pokkén Tournament World Championships this August in San Francisco, CA, as well as great prizes! Along with DreamHack Austin and the Pokémon National Championships, these events will complete the North American Pokkén Tournament event schedule.

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Pokkén Tournament Comes to CEO 2016!

Another Pokkén Tournament Championship Series event has been announced for June 24–26! Head to CEO 2016 in Orlando, Florida, to battle for prizes and Championship Points that count toward an invitation to the Pokkén Tournament World Championships in August. CEO 2016 will be played using a double elimination format.

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Pokkén Tournament Comes to the Evo Championship Series!

This July, Pokkén Tournament joins the roster of fighting games at the Evo Championship Series in Las Vegas, Nevada! Evo is the premier fighting game event, drawing thousands of players from across the globe to compete for prizes and glory. Major cash prizes will be on the line for the top finishers. With Pokkén Tournament joining the action for the first time, players will be facing a tough, new challenge! There will be an entrance fee to compete at Evo, and players will need to bring their own controllers.

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