The 2017 International Challenge May is officially underway in Pokémon Sun and Moon

Registration for the 2017 International Challenge May has officially concluded, which means you can now begin battling as part of the latest Online Competition in Pokémon Sun and Moon. Registered competitors can battle up to 15 times per day until the competition concludes on Sunday, May 28, 2017, at 23:59 UTC. Championship Points toward an invitation to the 2017 Pokémon Video Game World Championships are on the line in this global competition. Plus, all qualified participants will earn Tyranitarite, Abomasite and Manectite Mega Stones. This competition uses the same rules and regulations as Pokémon Video Game Championship Series events.

If you missed the chance to register and battle in this competition, be sure to keep checking the Pokémon Global Link (PGL) for more opportunities to battle in the future.

Source: Pokémon Global Link

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7 thoughts on “The 2017 International Challenge May is officially underway in Pokémon Sun and Moon

  1. How can I attend the 2017 Pokémon World Championship in California as a spectator? Can I buy tickets? Please -email me and let me know as soon as possible!!

    I am mostly a Pokémon collector and I play Pokémon TCG only recreationally, yet it is my dream to attend a World Championship.

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    1. There’s currently no word on whether spectators will be allowed this year, so stay tuned for any updates 🙂 however, anyone will be able to watch live streams of the event on all three days.

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      1. Thanks! I just thought it would be exciting to travel there and watch. I love Pokémon TCG. Not many people to compete with here, but there are a few at a local gaming shop.

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    2. No prob! We’ll be sure to post about it as soon as we hear official word. Unfortunately, spectators weren’t allowed to attend the World Championships last year :/ but here’s hoping this year will be different and accommodations can be made for all passionate Pokémon fans such as yourself to be there in person 🙂

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