Video: Watch the Pokémon GO Grand Finals from the 2023 Pokémon Europe International Championships

The Pokémon Company has revealed more details regarding the 2023 Pokémon Championship Series. Read on below to learn more:

Tonton vs Nesabethan – Pokémon GO Grand Finals | EUIC 2023

Drew vs Rune – Pokémon TCG Senior Final | EUIC 2023

Alex Schemanske vs Tord Reklev – Pokémon TCG Masters Final | EUIC 2023

Tonton vs Statastan – Pokémon GO Winners Finals | EUIC 2023

Nesabethan vs Statastan – Pokémon GO Losers Finals | EUIC 2023

Mattia vs Kylan – Pokémon VGC Senior Final | EUIC 2023

Paul Chua vs Gabriel Madeira – Pokémon VGC Masters Final | EUIC 2023

Federico vs Pietro – Pokémon VGC Junior Final | EUIC 2023

Winners crowned at the 2023 Pokémon Europe International Championships in London, England

Close to 3,000 Pokémon players gathered in London, England, from April 14–16, 2023, for the Europe International Championships of the 2023 Championship Series season.

London, UK — April 18, 2023 — Over the weekend, Pokémon fans and players from around the globe gathered at ExCeL London in London, England, for the 2023 Pokémon Europe International Championships. The competition featured a payout of Championship Points and thousands of dollars’ worth of prizes, spread between the Pokémon Trading Card Game, the Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet video games, Pokémon GO, and for the first time at an International Championships, Pokémon UNITE.

Across three days of intense competition, Trainers taking part in Pokémon Trading Card Game, Pokémon video game, and Pokémon UNITE tournaments battled for high Championship Point payouts, used to determine Travel Awards to future International Championships events and invitations to this year’s Pokémon World Championships taking place in Yokohama, Japan, from August 11–13. Pokémon GO players also battled for a chance to qualify for the 2023 Pokémon World Championships.

The 2023 Pokémon Europe International Champions are:

Trading Card Game Junior Division:
1st place: Remi Lorenz [US]
2nd place: Drake Zhu [NZ]

Trading Card Game Senior Division:
1st place: Rune Heiremans [BE]
2nd place: Drew Stephenson [UK]

Trading Card Game Masters Division:
1st place: Alex Schemanske [US]
2nd place: Tord Reklev [NO]

Video Game Junior Division:
1st place: Pietro Nihal Kaludura Silva [IT]
2nd place: Federico Corino [IT]

Video Game Senior Division:
1st place: Mattia Cognetta [IT]
2nd place: Kylan Van Severen [CA]

Video Game Masters Division:
1st place: Paul Chua [US]
2nd place: Gabriel Agati Madeira [BR]

Pokémon GO:
1st place: Thomas “TontonBatteuse” Martin [FR]
2nd place: Andrew “Nesabethan” Medhurst [UK]

Pokémon UNITE:
1st place: Talibobo Believers

  • Fabio “Zervas” Bügler
  • Klaus “KlausVIII” Zanaj
  • Adam “Megu爱” Frilay
  • Conor “ToonSlim” McDermott
  • Leo “Lunderu霧” Chiba

2nd place: Nouns Esports

  • Marc “GyZ” Ceprian Martinez
  • Hassan “Ghatlue” Al Abadi
  • Alberto “ADESu” González Torralbo
  • Anton “BruvHD” Levi
  • Raoul “Sixsies六‘’ Monsanto

Winning decks and teams can be found at

For more information about the Pokémon Championship Series, including rules, tournament locations, dates, times, prizes, and more, please visit



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