How to play the Champion Stadium in Pokémon Masters EX

Pokémon Masters EX, the strategy and battling Pokémon game for mobile platforms, is now available for download on the App Store (iOS) and Google Play (Android). In celebration of the game’s popularity, special in-game events and rewards are being offered for all players to take part in on a regular basis. Read on below to learn more:

How to Play the Champion Stadium


Champion Stadium Details

In this feature, you can face off against the Elite Four and Champion of each region.

You can participate in the Champion Stadium after you complete Main Story Chapter 10: A Reason to Battle (Normal) in single-player and collect all PML Badges.

The Champion Stadium is available on Normal and Hard Lv. 1 or higher. There will be big differences in the play styles and rewards received between difficulties Normal and Hard Lv. 1 or higher.

Please refer to the following details.

You can obtain Champion Spirit, which is an item required to raise sync pairs to 6★ EX, as a reward for completing the Champion Stadium.

You can get this precious item by taking on the Champion Stadium!

Try taking on the Kanto Challenge on Normal first!

You can challenge the Champion after defeating the Elite Four!

In the Champion Stadium, you must take on the Elite Four and win all of the battles before you can take on the Champion.

You can take on the Elite Four in any order. The battles are in the regular 3v3 format.

Note: You cannot enter the Hall of Fame when playing on Normal difficulty.

Normal difficulty is only available for the Kanto Challenge regardless of time period.


The Champion Stadium features multiple difficulty levels.

To attempt Hard Lv. 1 in any region, you must complete the Kanto Challenge on Normal.

Champion Stadium Details for Hard Lv. 1 or Higher

Addition of special medals

Once you defeat the Champion on Hard Lv. 1 and above, the sync pairs in your team will be entered in the Hall of Fame, including the ones used in battles against the Elite Four.

Pieces of each special medal are filled in for each sync pair type you enter into the Hall of Fame. The medal is complete once you fill in a piece for all 18 types.

Note: There is a different medal for each region and difficulty level (excluding Normal).

There is no set period to obtain medals. Try taking on the challenge multiple times to obtain Hall of Fame status for all of the sync pair types!

The Champion Stadium opens for different regions at different periods of time. You can only enter the Hall of Fame in the currently active region.

Changes to Pokémon used by your opponent

On Hard Lv. 1 difficulty and above in the Champion Stadium, the opponent’s Pokémon may change at the following time every week.

Update time: Sunday at 10:00 p.m.

Can only be attempted once per week

When participating in the Champion Stadium on Hard Lv. 1 or higher, only one difficulty level of one region can be attempted each week, except for the cases listed below.

A battle that has been completed cannot be reattempted until the following week. (It can be reattempted as many times as desired if you are defeated.)

You may re-attempt your challenge in the following cases:

  • When the opponent’s Pokémon have been changed
  • When you reset the challenge on master mode

Carry Over of Teams

If you win any of the battles, the sync pairs of that winning team cannot be used for other battles, except in the following cases.

You may re-attempt your challenge in the following cases:

  • When the opponent’s Pokémon have been changed
  • When you reset the challenge on master mode

Additional special parameters

When participating in the Champion Stadium on Hard Lv. 1 or higher, special parameters such as “Special attack moves are powered up for allies
and opponents.” will be added to battles against the Elite Four.

The parameter changes with each victory and the parameter that will be applied to each battle will change at random every week.

Two parameters apply in battles against the Champion. One is set, and the other can be chosen from the four used in the battles against the Elite Four.

Master Mode

Master mode is an all-new feature where you can make battles more challenging and earn more rewards.

You can unlock master mode for a region by entering all 18 types of sync pairs into the Hall of Fame and completing the medal for that region.

In master mode, you can give your opponent advantages by selecting from a range of different options before battle. If you win, you will earn points based on the options you selected.

You can earn various rewards throughout the week each time your point total from the five battles against the Elite Four and Champion exceed a specified amount.

Once you have entered the Hall of Fame for the week, you can reset your battle progress and retry battles as many times as you want.

This will allow you to combine different options and try out different approaches to taking on the same opponents.

Try strengthening your opponent using various options and defeat them to earn more points for rewards.


  • Medal acquisition and Hall of Fame information will be saved for each region regardless of event date/time.
  • Total point rewards will reset every week at the time listed below to coincide with the Champion Stadium changeover.Reset Time: Sunday at 10:00 p.m.
  • The time period and featured content are subject to change without notice.

We hope you continue to enjoy Pokémon Masters EX.

Source: Official Pokémon Masters EX website

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