Primal Groudon vs. Smeargle.
NintendObserver’s select content on the Pokémon US National Championships 2016.
It all came down to a double Protect.
Chase Lybbert, Carson St. Denis and Enzo Reci as US National Champions.
Croagunk made a huge comeback in the scene thanks to the latest update.
"I'm here to win. That's why I'm here."
Suicune Master and Jr170 took it home.
Groudon and Xerneas domination, and a Mewtwo coming out of nowhere.
Sceptile dealing three perfects in a row.
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.
"Going into any tournament, the goal is always to win."
A rundown of the side activities offered at the event.
July 1–3 for anyone interested.
Online registration ends on June 24 and the three-day event begins July 1 in Columbus, Ohio.
There's like twice as much money in award value on the TCG then there is on the videogame.