Official livestream feeds for the Pokémon Global Exhibition now available via the official Pokémon YouTube channel

The Pokémon Company has unveiled a new competitive event called the Pokémon Global Exhibition. Read on below to learn more:

Pokémon Global Exhibition – Day 1

This weekend, Trainers from across the globe take the stage for an incredible showdown! The Global Exhibition is here!

Pokémon Global Exhibition – Day 2

This weekend, Trainers from across the globe take the stage for an incredible showdown! The Global Exhibition is here!

Watch the Pokémon Global Exhibition on October 30 and 31, 2021

Check out the epic showdown between top global Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield players.

The Pokémon Global Exhibition pits the highest-ranking players from the Pokémon Players Cup IV and other major events worldwide against one another in exhilarating online battles. Broadcasters Rosemary Kelley and Adam Dorricott will offer insight and expertise as eight top Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield players from around the globe battle for the title of champion. And you can watch the action via four streaming platforms.

These are the Pokémon Global Exhibition stream dates and times.

Saturday, October 30, 2021

Sunday, October 31, 2021

Mark your calendars so you don’t miss a second of this epic global showdown!

Source: Pokemon.com

Stream the Pokémon Global Exhibition October 30–31

Tune in to Twitch to watch the top Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield players from around the world compete against each other.

Continue to celebrate 25 years of Pokémon by watching talented Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield players from around the world face off in the Pokémon Global Exhibition! Tune in to Twitch.tv/Pokemon October 30–31, 2021, to see top players from last season’s qualifiers compete in exciting battles.

Competitors were selected from the highest-ranking players among each of the four regions in the Pokémon Players Cup IV Global Finals—North America, Europe, Latin America, and Oceania—along with other incredible Trainers from around the world. The lineup includes:

  • Enrique Grimaldo (United States) – Highest-ranking player from the North America region in the Pokémon Players Cup IV
  • Leonardo Bonanomi (Italy) – Highest-ranking player from the Europe region in the Pokémon Players Cup IV
  • Renzo Navarro (Peru) – Champion of the Pokémon Players Cup IV (and, by extension, the highest-ranking player from the Latin America region)
  • Luke Iuele (Australia) – Highest-ranking player from the Oceania region in the Pokémon Players Cup IV
  • Kouhei Fujita (Japan) – Champion of the Pokémon Japan Championships 2021
  • Wonseok Jung (Korea) – Champion of the Pokémon Korea Trainers Cup 2021
  • Jirawiwat Thitasiri (Thailand) – Champion of the Pokémon Asia Players Cup 2021
  • Chin Wei Ho (Taiwan) – Runner-up of the Pokémon Asia Players Cup 2021

Commentators and exact broadcasting times will be announced soon, so check back later for more details. In the meantime, mark your calendars so you don’t miss a minute of the action!

Source: Pokemon.com

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