Video: Competitive Korean Pokémon players journey to Nashville for the 2018 Pokémon World Championships, Day 2

Competitive Pokémon play takes the global stage for the 2018 Pokémon World Championships from August 24 to August 26. The Pokémon Company International is hosting various streams live on Twitch and YouTube, including a main stage stream that rotates gameplay content and will show all the finals matches. The livestreams from Nashville, Tennessee, feature engaging matches all three days of the competition and include live expert commentary. The exclusive Worlds Pikachu mascot for this year sports a festive outfit and a banjo, so you are likely to spot it all around. If you missed out on any action from Day 1, you can catch up by watching the official recording here. The Pokémon Company has also released several clips that highlight competitive Korean players’ journey to Nashville for the 2018 Worlds; you can check out the latest one in the embedded video below:

[공식] 포켓몬WCS2018 DAY2

포켓몬 월드챔피언십 in 내슈빌 DAY2
포켓몬 게임과 포켓몬 카드 게임의 2018년도 월드챔피언은 누구?
대한민국 대표선수단의 모습을 살펴보자

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