Wolfe Glick, Carson Confer and Cory Connor, all from the U.S. of A., crowned as Pokémon VG World Champions.
Shockingly, not a single player from Japan made it to the top cut in the Masters Division this season.
Aerodactyl, Hitmontop, Gyarados, Raichu, and Lapras all stood out as unexpected Pokémon.
A rundown of all that was at stake this year.
Let’s see if Japan is going to take it home again this time.
Darkrai makes a comeback via the Pokémon Trainer Club.
Get Arceus for free until August 24.
The Original One has returned.
Arceus announced as August’s Pokémon of the month.
With access to its Unnerve Ability, the first restricted Pokémon is now more powerful than ever.
The full list of invitees is available here as a PDF download. Pokkén Tournament qualifiers to be finalized soon.
It all came down to a double Protect.
Chase Lybbert, Carson St. Denis and Enzo Reci as US National Champions.
“I’m here to win. That’s why I’m here.”
Groudon and Xerneas domination, and a Mewtwo coming out of nowhere.
Catching up on the Pokémon US Nationals.
In retrospect, it’s no wonder they went Primal with the format since they knew all along these were the final ORAS championships.
Shaymin is available via Nintendo Network in North America until July 24.
Shaymin is July’s Pokémon of the Month.
“Going into any tournament, the goal is always to win.”