June Monthly Recap | Pokémon UNITE Championship Series
The UNITE Championship Series’ biggest competition yet took place in June: the Regional Finals! Teams around the world fought to secure part of the $50,000 prize pool in each region, and more importantly, to secure a spot at the Pokémon UNITE World Championships in London!
Even more, the India region battled for the first time in the UNITE Championship Series, showing the world a whole new pool of fierce competitors, including Revenant Esports, the team that will represent the region at the World Championships.
See the best action from the Regional Finals in the June Monthly Recap, and congratulations once more for all the Regional Champions and Regional Runners-Up worldwide that secured spots at the World Championships!
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May Monthly Recap | Pokémon UNITE Championship Series
The Pokémon UNITE Championship Series continued in May with the May Finals! For the Top 4 teams in each region, the May Finals was an opportunity to lock in spots at the all-important Regional Finals. For other teams, it was a major opportunity to earn Championship Points that can also help them reach the Regional Finals in June!
See some of the best May Finals action in this Monthly Recap. Congratulations to all of the May Finals Champions from around the world!
Asia Pacific: No Lucario
Central America: LDV C.A
Europe: inderClap’s random e-Sports
North America: Gaimin Gladiators
Oceania: Ground Zero
South America-East: Xis
South America-West: All Stars
March Monthly Recap | Pokémon UNITE Championship Series
The Pokémon UNITE Championship Series continued in March, as 3 new regions joined the competition! Not only did players from the Central America, Mexico and South America-West regions get to show off their skills, but Hoopa and Duraldon also joined the fray on Aeos Island.
See some of March’s best action in the March Monthly Recap, and congratulations to each region’s March Finals Champions!
Asia Pacific: Renaissance
Central America: Stamina CA
Japan: たきしまグロウパンチ ver2.0
Korea: Z Crystal
Mexico: Zygnus E-Sports
North America: Blossom
South America-East: From Brazil
South America-West: Square Squad
2022 POKÉMON UNITE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
The Pokémon UNITE Championship Series features qualifying events every month beginning in February in each Regional Zone and will include over $1,000,000 USD in prizes, including $500,000 at the World Championships.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Pokémon UNITE Competition Format
- Qualifying for the Pokémon UNITE World Championships
- Qualifying for Pokémon UNITE Competitions
- 2022 Pokémon UNITE Tournament Schedule
- Pokémon UNITE Tournament Registration
- Pokémon UNITE Regional Zones
Players will form teams and compete 5-on-5 using Pokémon UNITE’s tournament mode. Open qualifying events will be held each month with no entry cost from February through June. Players will be able to participate using the Nintendo Switch, iOS, or Android version of Pokémon UNITE.
QUALIFYING FOR THE 2022 POKÉMON UNITE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Source: Official Pokémon UNITE website