The 2014 Pokémon UK National Championships were held on May 24th, 2014 and May 25th, 2014 in Manchester, England. Below are the results from the competitions.

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“HELLO, MISTER PRESIDENT!” POKÉMON EUROPEAN QUALIFIERS HEAD TO WASHINGTON, DC, FOR THE 2014 POKÉMON WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Competitors from the UK Nationals Win the Opportunity to Compete for Titles of Pokémon Trading Card Game and Video Game World Champion

London, UK—May 29, 2014— Europe’s finest Pokémon video game and Trading Card Game players will travel to Washington, DC, this August. This past weekend saw a host of hopeful champions demonstrating their finest battling skills and strategy, with the victors winning invitations and Travel Awards to the 2014 Pokémon Video World Championships, taking place August 16–17 in America’s capital.

The 2014 Pokémon TCG and Video Game National Champions are:

2014 Pokémon Trading Card Game National Champions—Junior Division
Winner: Lucinda Barton
Finalist: Kyle Guest
Semi Finalist: Daniel Sheehan
Semi Finalist: Khalil Ben-Gacem

2014 Pokémon Trading Card Game National Champions—Senior Division
Winner: Demetris Eaton
Finalist: Joshua Toulmin
Semi Finalist: Arun Jhinger
Semi Finalist: Joshua Richards

2014 Pokémon Trading Card Game National Champions—Masters Division
Winner: Scott Burgess
Finalist: Samuel McLewee
Semi Finalist: Karl Blake
Semi Finalist: Sami Sekkoum

2014 Pokémon Video Game National Champions—Junior Division
Winner: Kelian Urch
Finalist: Enzo Tigroudja
Semi Finalist: Adam Balela
Semi Finalist: Jaden Davies

2014 Pokémon Video Game National Champions—Senior Division
Winner: Nicola Gini
Finalist: Sam Gilbert
Semi Finalist: Lordie Bevan
Semi Finalist: Jonathan Marston

2014 Pokémon Video Game National Champions—Masters Division
Winner: Albert Baṅeres
Finalist: Miguel Marti
Semi Finalist: Carlo Arbelli
Semi Finalist: Kelly Mercier-White

Event City in Manchester was the battlefield for the 2014 Pokémon UK National Championships, with competitors battling in three age divisions—Junior, Senior, and Masters. Video game competitors battled using the latest Pokémon video games, Pokémon X and Pokémon Y for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems, while Pokémon TCG players built decks using cards across multiple Pokémon TCG expansions.

The crowned winners now have the opportunity to battle against some of the best Pokémon video game and Trading Card Game players from more than 30 countries around the world, including competitors from North America, South America, Australia, Africa, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, and across Europe.

For players who couldn’t make it to a live event, there is one more Online Competition:
· (June 20–22): Video Game Online Competition: 2014 International Challenge June