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The official Pokémon website has announced that during the Pokémon Players Cup 25th Anniversary Invitational broadcast which takes place August 13th, 2021 to August 15th, 2021, two in-game serial codes will be announced.

Wolfe Glick's Coalossal - V1CT0RYENG1NE25 - August 14th, 2021 until August 16th, 2021
Secret Rare Quick Ball - 25THANNIVCHAMPIONS - August 14th, 2021 until September 23rd, 2021

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Get Wolfe Glick’s Coalossal and a Pokémon TCG Online Secret Rare Quick Ball

Watch the Pokémon Players Cup 25th Anniversary Invitational livestream on Twitch.tv to claim these two great in-game rewards.

Be sure to tune in to the livestream of the Pokémon Players Cup 25th Anniversary Invitational when it's broadcasting on Twitch.tv/Pokemon from August 13–15, 2021. Not only will you see some of the best Pokémon video game and Pokémon Trading Card Game players from around the world competiting, but viewers will also be shown codes and passwords that will grant special in-game rewards in Pokémon Sword, Pokémon Shield, and Pokémon TCG Online.

Get Wolfe Glick's Coalossal

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While you're watching the video game stream, you'll be shown a password that you can use to receive a Coalossal in Pokémon Sword or Pokémon Shield. Coalossal has proven itself to be quite valuable in competitive battles, as demonstrated by Santino Tarquinio and Wolfe Glick when they won the Pokémon Players Cup and the Pokémon Players Cup II, respectively. And yes, these two incredible players are also participating in the Pokémon Players Cup 25th Anniversary Invitational!

Santino and Wolfe's Coalossal both ran the same move set—Heat Wave, Meteor Beam, Protect, and Solar Beam—and each Coalossal had the Steam Engine Ability and Weakness Policy held item as well. However, the Champions differed in how they trained their Pokémon, with Santino opting for a speedier variant and Wolfe prioritizing Special Attack power. Modest has remained the most popular Nature in the Battle Stadium, so Wolfe's specific Coalossal is what you'll get from this distribution.

Get a Secret Rare Quick Ball

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Viewers of the Pokémon TCG stream should keep their eyes peeled for a code to redeem in Pokémon TCG Online to receive a secret rare Quick Ball. This versatile card has been used to great effect in many different deck archetypes. In fact, it's so ubiquitous that over 98% of Pokémon TCG players in Pokémon Players Cup IV included it in their decks! No matter what deck you're running, you'll surely be able to put this card to good use.

Source: https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-news/get-wolfe-glicks-coalossal-and-a-pokemon-tcg-online-secret-rare-quick-ball/

The official Pokémon website has announced the streaming details of the Pokémon Players Cup 25th Anniversary Invitational which takes place August 13th, 2021 to August 15th, 2021.

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Pokémon Players Cup 25th Anniversary Invitational

Players Cup 25th Anniversary Invitational streaming August 13–15. Featuring eight of the best video game players and eight of the best Pokémon TCG players from around the world, the invitational is an epic clash of Pokémon world titans. Over the course of the invitational, these top players from throughout Play! Pokémon history will battle head-to-head through a double-elimination bracket in a quest to become the champion's champion.

Fans can watch the action unfold on Pokémon's Twitch, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter channels August 13–15, with a preshow taking place August 13 and eight-hour broadcasts on August 14 and 15.

After the event concludes, come back to Pokemon.com to check out the results as well as team and deck lists.

Who's Playing?

Follow the Play! Pokémon Twitter account for daily player announcements and introductions kicking off August 5. Each day, one new video game and TCG player will be announced through August 12, when the full player roster will be available.

Pokémon video game experts Aaron Zheng, Rosemary Kelley, Adam Dorricott, and Lou Cromie will be serving as the broadcast talent, offering insight into player strategy. On the TCG side, Kyle Sucevich, Chip Richey, Joe Bernard, and Ross Gilbert will provide broadcast commentary into gameplay.

Players Cup 25th Anniversary Invitational Schedule

Preshow: Friday, August 13, 11 a.m. PT

Day 1: Saturday, Aug 14, 9 a.m. PT

Day 2: Sunday, Aug 15, 9 a.m. PT

Check back after the event for results, team lists, and deck lists from the Players Cup 25th Anniversary Invitational!

Source: https://www.pokemon.com/us/play-pokemon/pokemon-players-cup-25th-anniversary-invitational/about/

The official Pokémon website has announce the Players Cup 25th Anniversary Invitational will take place on August 13th, 2021 to August 15th, 2021 and will feature the top 8 Video Game and TCG players from around the world.

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Players Cup 25th Anniversary Invitational Features Celebrated Pokémon TCG and Video Game Players

Don't miss a showcase of some of the best players ever when the matches stream in August.
Continuing the celebration of 25 years of Pokémon, an exciting event is on the way spotlighting some of the best competitive Pokémon players ever. The Pokémon Players Cup 25th Anniversary Invitational will feature eight top Pokémon TCG players and eight top video game players from around the world in exciting head-to-head matches. They'll face off in a double-elimination bracket as they seek to prove who is truly the champion of champions!

You won't want to miss some of the biggest names in Pokémon when the action starts in August. It will be broadcast on Twitch.tv/Pokemon on August 13–15.

Source: https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-news/players-cup-25th-anniversary-invitational-features-celebrated-pokemon-tcg-and-video-game-players/

The Pokémon Company International has announced the details for the Pokémon Players Cup III which begins in begins January 2021 and includes the TCG and Video Games.

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Pokémon Players Cup III Begins January 2021, Includes TCG and Video Games

Get the info you need to participate in and watch the Pokémon TCG, Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield, and Pokkén Tournament DX competition.

Get ready, Trainers! The Pokémon Players Cup III online tournament is approaching. This exciting competition will take place January through April 2021, and it will see some of the best Pokémon Trainers from around the world square off to win prizes and glory. Participation in the Pokémon Players Cup III is open to all Masters Division players, and the tournament will take place entirely online.

There will be three separate competitions in the Pokémon Players Cup III—one featuring the Pokémon Trading Card Game, one featuring the Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield video games, and one featuring the Pokkén Tournament DX video game.

Eligible competitors can earn their places in the Region Qualifiers through qualifying events. To participate in these events, players MUST have a Pokémon Trainer Club account and have a Player ID by January 18 at 10:00 a.m. PST. Pokémon TCG players also need to have logged in to the Pokémon TCG Online with a Player ID attached to their PTC account between October 18 and January 18 to participate.

Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield video game players will battle in the Pokémon Players Cup III Qualifier to lock in a spot for the Region Qualifiers. Video game players need to have linked their Pokémon Trainer Club account to their Nintendo account before the Pokémon Players Cup III Qualifier begins.

Pokémon TCG players will compete in tournaments during a qualifying period in the Pokémon TCG Online.

Pokkén Tournament DX players will compete in Online Qualifiers within their region. All players will be required to register online before the qualification date and will need an account with both Discord and Battlefy to participate.

All Pokémon Players Cup III events will be streamed so fans can watch the thrilling battles and cheer on their favorite competitors. You can follow along on www.pokemon.com, on Twitch, or on YouTube. Our team of experts will be on hand to provide insightful commentary on all the action. G

Good luck, Trainers!

Source: https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-news/pokemon-players-cup-iii-begins-january-2021-includes-tcg-and-video-games/

Pokémon Players Cup III: Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield Video Game Event Information

Masters Division Pokémon Trainers competing in the third Pokémon Players Cup for Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield will battle through several tournament phases. Battles in each phase will adhere to current Pokémon Video Game Championships rules.

In the first phase, players will compete to maximize their placement in the Pokémon Players Cup III Qualifier, which will take place from Thursday, January 14, 2021, at 4:00 p.m. PST through Sunday, January 17, 2021, at 3:59 p.m. PST. The top players by rating zone—after removing ineligible players—will advance to be able to register for the Pokémon Players Cup III Region Qualifiers. Players will need to link their Nintendo Account to their Pokémon Trainer Club account before the competition to be eligible.

More information about the Pokémon Players Cup III Qualifier will be released at a later date.

Players Advancing from the Pokémon Players Cup III Qualifier

  • North America rating zone (US and Canada): 256 players
  • Europe rating zone (Europe): 256 players
  • Latin America rating zone (Latin America and Caribbean): 256 players
  • Oceania rating zone (Oceania): 128 players
The Oceania rating zone comprises only Australia and New Zealand.

In March, these players will compete in a Region Qualifier within their region (based on rating zone, excluding South Africa and Russia). Each Region Qualifier will be a separate double-elimination bracket taking place over two weekends so that play times can be optimized by rating zone. Players will be required to register their team online before the first Region Qualifier date and will need an account with both Discord and Battlefy to participate.

Matches will be best of three and will use the Ranked Battles rules. Specific details on rules and report times will be available closer to the event.

Check back for full tournament rules at a later date.

Pokémon Players Cup III Region Qualifier Schedule

March 20: Double-elimination bracket play until 16 players remain in each region
March 27: Bracket play continues until 4 players remain in each region

Pokémon Players Cup III Global Finals

The Global Finals will include 16 players—4 from each Region Qualifier. The finals will be a new double-elimination bracket, and players will be able to submit a new team list. The Global Finals will be played on April 10­–11 at a time to be determined and sent to finalists via email.

Pokémon Players Cup III Eligibility

The following players will not be eligible to participate in the Region Qualifiers.

  • Players who were born in 2005 or later (Junior and Senior Divisions, based on the 2021 season)
  • Players who reside outside countries supported by the following Play! Pokémon rating zones: North America (US and Canada), Europe, Latin America, and Oceania
  • Players who have not opted in to the Play! Pokémon Terms of Use
  • Players who are unable to abide by the VGC tournament rules
Additional eligibility rules may apply.

Source: https://www.pokemon.com/us/play-pokemon/pokemon-players-cup-iii/vg-event-info/

Pokémon Players Cup III: Pokémon TCG Event Information

Pokémon Trading Card Game matches for the Pokémon Players Cup III will take place via the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online. Eligible Masters Division players will compete through several tournament phases for glory, bragging rights, and prizes.

In the first phase, players will compete to reach the top of their rating zone's Pokémon TCG Online Tournament Rep leaderboard in the Standard format for the month of February 2021. The top players in each rating zone—after removing ineligible players—will advance and be able to register for the Pokémon Players Cup III Region Qualifiers. There is no charge to register.

Pokémon Players Cup III and the February Leaderboard

The Players Cup III will continue to use the new feature first rolled out for the second Players Cup. All eligible players will have 50 Tournament Keys added to their Pokémon TCG Online account prior to the start of the open qualifier period, which runs from January 26 at 10:00 a.m. PST to February 26 at 9:59 a.m. PST. Each Tournament Key provides one entry into a special Standard format Pokémon Players Cup III qualifier tournament queue. No additional Tournament Keys will be distributed during the qualifier period, so every eligible player will have the same number of chances to qualify during the Pokémon Players Cup III open qualifier phase!

Additionally, Tournament Rep awards will be disabled for all other Standard format tournament queues for the duration of the qualification period, so the only players that will appear on the February Standard format Tournament Rep leaderboard will be those participating in the Pokémon Players Cup III qualifier tournaments.

In order to receive these Tournament Keys, a player must meet all the eligibility requirements and have logged in to the Pokémon TCG Online with a Pokémon Trainer Club account that has a linked Player ID between the dates of October 18, 2020, and January 18, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. PST. Tournament Keys will appear in accounts on January 25.

As a reminder, starting with the second Players Cup, the way Tournament Rep is calculated has been updated. Tournament Rep points will be awarded as follows.

  • 1st place: 5 points
  • 2nd place: 3 points
  • 3rd & 4th place: 1 point each
  • 5th–8th place: 0 points

Players Advancing from the February Leaderboard

  • North America rating zone (US and Canada): 256 players
  • Europe rating zone (Europe): 256 players
  • Latin America rating zone (Latin America and Caribbean): 256 players
  • Oceania rating zone (Australia and New Zealand): 128 players
In March, these players will compete in a Region Qualifier within their region (based on rating zone, excluding South Africa and Russia). Each Region Qualifier will be a separate double-elimination bracket taking place over two weekends so play times can be optimized by rating zone. Players will be required to register their deck list online before the first Region Qualifier date and will need an account with both Discord and Battlefy to participate.

Matches will be best of three and will use the Standard format. Specific details on rules and report times will be available closer to the event.

Check back for the full tournament rules.

Pokémon Players Cup III Regional Online Qualifier Schedule

March 20: Double-elimination bracket play until 16 players remain in each region
March 27: Bracket play continues until 4 players remain in each region

The players handbook and email communication will provide the specific play time for each region, which will be announced closer to the event date.

Pokémon Players Cup III Global Finals

The Global Finals will include 16 players—4 from each Region Qualifier. The finals will be a new double-elimination bracket, and players will be able to submit a new deck list. The Global Finals will be played April 10–11 at a time to be determined and sent to finalists via email.

Pokémon Players Cup III Eligibility

The following players will not be eligible to participate in the Region Qualifiers.

  • Players who were born in 2005 or later (Junior and Senior Divisions, based on the 2021 season)
  • Players who reside outside countries supported by the following Play! Pokémon rating zones: North America (US and Canada), Europe, Latin America, and Oceania
  • Players who have not opted in to the Play! Pokémon Terms of Use
  • Players who do not log in to the Pokémon TCG Online between October 18, 2020, and January 18, 2021, at 18:00 UTC after successfully opting in to the Play! Pokémon Terms of Use and receiving a Player ID
Additional eligibility rules may apply. *All details, including rules, dates, and eligibility are subject to change.

Source: https://www.pokemon.com/us/play-pokemon/pokemon-players-cup-iii/tcg-event-info/

The official Pokémon website has announced that players of Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield can get a serial code to claim a Porygon2 if they watch the Pokémon Players Cup which takes place August 22nd, 2020 and August 23rd, 2020. The serial code to get the Porygon2 will be announced during the broadcast and can be used until August 31st, 2020. The passcode is: PKMNPLAYERSCUP

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Receive a Battle-Ready Porygon2 Celebrating the Pokémon Players Cup

Tune in to the broadcast on August 22 and 23 to get a password to redeem in Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield.

Have you been watching the Pokémon Players Cup, this summer's prestigious online battling tournament featuring top competitors from all over the world? The final rounds of Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield matches will be airing starting at 11:00 a.m. PDT on August 22 and August 23, 2020. If you tune in, you'll be treated to more than just some amazing battles—you'll also get the chance to receive a powerful, battle-ready Pokémon of your own!

At points throughout the broadcast of the Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield Players Cup Finals, a special password will be displayed to viewers. Enter this password into the Mystery Gift feature in your Pokémon Sword or Pokémon Shield game to receive a Porygon2 expertly trained to battle with Trick Room strategies, just as you might have seen in Pokémon Players Cup battles. Don't miss out on this great opportunity to add the Virtual Pokémon to your team to celebrate a great online tournament! The password will only work until August 31, 2020, so make sure to enter it before then!

To claim your in-game gift, follow these steps:

  • Watch the broadcast of the Players Cup VG Finals to find the password.
  • Launch your Pokémon Sword or Pokémon Shield game.
  • Select Mystery Gift on the X menu.
  • Select Get a Mystery Gift.
  • Select Get with Code/Password to connect to the internet.
  • Enter the password.
  • Watch as the gift arrives in your game. (Pokémon will appear in your party or your Pokémon Boxes.)
  • Be sure to save your game.
Enjoy executing tricky strategies with Porygon2's Trick Room, and don't forget to watch the Pokémon Players Cup VG Finals on August 22 and 23, 2020, starting at 11 a.m. PDT each day.

Source: https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-news/receive-a-battle-ready-porygon2-celebrating-the-pokemon-players-cup/

The official Pokémon website has announce the streaming information and schedule for the Pokémon Players Cup 2020.

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Pokémon Players Cup: Stream Information

The Pokémon Players Cup will include broadcasts from June through August 2020. Matches from each competition—the Pokémon TCG Players Cup, the Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield Players Cup, and the Pokkén Tournament DX Players Cup—will be streamed. In addition to here on Pokemon.com, you can catch every broadcast on Twitch.tv/Pokemon and on Youtube.com/Pokemon, with commentary from our team of Pokémon experts.

VG commentators: Aaron Zheng, Rosemary Kelly, Adam Dorricott, Lou Cromie

Pokémon TCG commentators: Josue Rojano, Kyle Sabelhaus, Kenny Wisdom, Jeremy Jallen

Pokkén Tournament commentators: Michael “H2” Graf, Evan “WonderChef” Hashimoto, Brendan “Burnside” Hansen

Pokémon Players Cup Broadcast Schedule

All times Pacific. Times approximate and subject to change.

Event Date Time
Pokémon TCG Invitational—Day 1 June 13 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Pokémon TCG Invitational—Day 2 June 14 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
VG Invitational—Day 1 June 20 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
VG Invitational—Day 2 June 21 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Pokkén Tournament Invitational—Day 1 June 27 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Pokkén Tournament Invitational—Day 2 June 28 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Pokkén Tournament Region Qualifiers Week 1 July 16 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
VG Region Qualifiers Week 1 July 16 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Pokémon TCG Region Qualifiers Week 1 July 17 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Pokkén Tournament Region Qualifiers Week 2 July 23 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
VG Region Qualifiers Week 2 July 23 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Pokémon TCG Region Qualifiers Week 2 July 24 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Pokkén Tournament Region Qualifiers Week 3 July 30 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
VG Region Qualifiers Week 3 July 30 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Pokémon TCG Region Qualifiers Week 3 July 31 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Pokkén Tournament Finals—Day 1 August 15 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Pokkén Tournament Finals—Day 2 August 16 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
VG Finals Preshow August 21 11 a.m. – noon
VG Finals—Day 1 August 22 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
VG Finals—Day 2 August 23 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Pokémon TCG Finals Preshow August 28 11 a.m. – noon
Pokémon TCG Finals—Day 1 August 29 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Pokémon TCG Finals—Day 2 August 30 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Source: https://www.pokemon.com/us/play-pokemon/pokemon-players-cup/streaming/

The offical Pokémon website has announced the details for the Pokémon Players Cup which will be taking place from June through August 2020 for the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online, Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield and Pokkén Tournament DX. The streaming schedule was announced on June 4th, 2020.

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Pokémon Players Cup

The Pokémon Players Cup is an online tournament taking place from June through August in which players from around the world will compete to prove they're the best and win Travel Awards to a future Pokémon International Championship. In the Pokémon Players Cup, there will be separate competitions for the Pokémon TCG, Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield, and Pokkén Tournament DX. The Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield competition will use the standard Pokémon Video Game Championships (VGC) rules. The Pokémon Players Cup is limited to Masters Division players only. Additional eligibility rules may apply.

The Pokémon Players Cup will take place over several phases. Be sure to check out the Pokémon TCG Pokémon Players Cup, Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield Pokémon Players Cup, and Pokkén Tournament DX Pokémon Players Cup pages for schedule information and more.

The players who come out on top in the qualification stages will be eligible to compete in the final stage of the Pokémon Players Cup in August. Matches will also be broadcast on the official Pokémon Twitch and YouTube channels. Learn more on the Pokémon Players Cup Stream Information page.

Qualifying for the Pokémon Players Cup Finals

From the Pokémon Players Cup's three competitions, the following numbers of players will be selected to compete in the finals.

Pokémon Trading Card Game Online
  • 4 players from the Pokémon Players Cup North America Online Qualifier
  • 4 players from the Pokémon Players Cup Europe Online Qualifier
  • 4 players from the Pokémon Players Cup Latin America Online Qualifier
  • 3 players from the Pokémon Players Cup Oceania Online Qualifier
  • 1 player from the Pokémon Players Cup Kickoff Invitational
Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield
  • 4 players from the Pokémon Players Cup North America Online Qualifier
  • 4 players from the Pokémon Players Cup Europe Online Qualifier
  • 4 players from the Pokémon Players Cup Latin America Online Qualifier
  • 3 players from the Pokémon Players Cup Oceania Online Qualifier
  • 1 player from the Pokémon Players Cup Kickoff Invitational
Pokkén Tournament DX
  • 4 players from the Pokémon Players Cup North America Online Qualifier
  • 2 players from the Pokémon Players Cup Europe Online Qualifier
  • 1 players from the Pokémon Players Cup Oceania Online Qualifier
  • 1 player from the Pokémon Players Cup Kickoff Invitational
Prizes
  • Pokémon Trading Card Game Online: Top 4 players will receive a Travel Award to a future International Championship of their choosing
  • Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield: Top 4 players will receive a Travel Award to a future International Championship of their choosing
  • Pokkén Tournament DX: Champion will receive a Travel Award to a future International Championship of their choosing
  • Eligible Pokémon TCG players who participate in the Regional Online Qualifiers receive a special in-game deck box and sleeves
Source: https://www.pokemon.com/us/play-pokemon/pokemon-players-cup/about/

The official Pokémon website has announced that the Play! Pokémon Players Cup Online Tournament will take place in two stages, in July and August.

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Play! Pokémon Players Cup Online Tournament: Pokémon TCG, Pokkén Tournament DX, and Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield

Prepare for an incredible online Pokémon competition!

Masters Division competitors in the Pokémon TCG, Pokkén Tournament DX, and Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield (using the 2020 Video Game Championships [VGC] format) will have the chance to prove they're the very best in a prestigious new online tournament: the Pokémon Players Cup. Not only will this event give you the chance to show you're among the strongest competitors in the world, but you can also look forward to watching lots of high-level matches between top Trainers.

The Pokémon Players Cup will have two stages. In July, eligible players will compete in a double-elimination bracket, broken down by rating zones, to determine the top players in each rating zone. Then those top finishers will face off in the final stage of the Pokémon Players Cup in August, when the winner will be crowned as the champion of the Pokémon Players Cup and earn a Travel Award to a future International Championships event.

Pokémon TCG and VGC competitors will need to qualify through their performance in upcoming events. Pokémon TCG competitors will qualify for the Pokémon Players Cup through their ranking on the June Leaderboard (Standard format, Tournament Rep) in the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online. Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield competitors will qualify through the International Challenge May Online Competition, which runs from May 21 to 24, 2020, and will use the 2020 Video Game Championships format. (In order to be eligible, competitors will need to link their Nintendo Account with their Pokémon Trainer Club account before signing up.) Make sure to bring your A game to these upcoming qualifiers so you can compete in the Pokémon Players Cup!

Pokkén Tournament DX competitors will be able to register directly for the first stage of the Pokémon Players Cup at a future date.

Each of the Pokémon TCG, Pokkén Tournament DX, and Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield competitions will kick off with a special invitational event. The winners will qualify for the final stage of the Pokémon Players Cup, so make sure to follow along.

Masters Division competitors in the Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield Video Game Championships will need to finish among the top eligible Trainers in their rating zone for the May International Challenge to qualify for the Pokémon Players Cup.

  • North America: Top 256
  • Europe: Top 256
  • Oceania: Top 128
  • Latin America: Top 256
Good luck qualifying for the Pokémon Players Cup, Trainers. Practice hard so you can prove you have what it takes to win it all!

Only Masters Division players who have opted in to participating in all available Play! Pokémon programs are eligible to participate in the Play! Pokémon Players Cup Online Tournament.

Source: https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-news/play-pokemon-players-cup-online-tournament-pokemon-tcg-pokken-tournament-dx-and-pokemon-sword-and-pokemon-shield/
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