The Pokémon Company has officially announced the Pokémon UNITE Championship Series. Read on below to learn more:
2023 Season Roadmap | Pokémon UNITE Championship Series
The 2023 Pokémon UNITE Championship series is underway, and there’s a lot of competition up ahead, culminating in the Pokémon UNITE World Championships in Yokohama, Japan!
Over the next several months, teams can compete in events to earn Championship Points and rise to the top of their region’s leaderboard, with top-earning teams at the end of the year qualifying for the World Championships. The stakes will be raised at the Aeos Cup and Regional Championships, with cash prizing and increased Championship Points on the line. Plus, teams in the Regional Finals have the chance to qualify directly to the World Championships!
Check out the 2023 season’s roadmap, so you can follow along or compete for yourself from start to finish!
2023 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.
Players will form teams and compete 5-on-5 using Pokémon UNITE’s custom tournament lobby. Open qualifying events will be held each month with no entry cost from February through June. Additionally, some invite-only events will run both online and in person. Players will be able to participate using the Nintendo Switch, iOS, or Android version of Pokémon UNITE.
AEOS CUP (PER REGIONAL ZONE)
REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS (PER REGIONAL ZONE)
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS DETAILS
Check back later for more details on the World Championships.
Each Pokémon UNITE Championship Series event will have open registration on Battlefy. Players are restricted to playing in the Regional Zone in which they are a full-time resident, and teams must be formed only with players from the same Regional Zone.
Registration will open soon. Check back for details.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
Check back soon for the full tournament rules.
|Europe||Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Guernsey, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Jersey, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom|
|North America||Canada, United States of America (including Puerto Rico)|
|Oceania||Australia, New Zealand|
|Latin America – North||Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua|
|Latin America – South||Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay|
*Subject to change. Additional regions are being evaluated and may be added later.
GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE PARTICIPATING IN THE 2023 POKÉMON UNITE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES!
Source: Official Pokémon UNITE website
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