Kyogre Cup now underway in Pokémon Rumble Rush

New events in Pokémon Rumble Rush are taking place on a regular basis. Read on below to learn more: [Events] The third Cup is the Kyogre Cup, and it’s now live for a limited time. [Events] A new time-limited event is now live: Sky-High Rayquaza, Descend!. It features the following Pokémon: Rayquaza, Deoxys, Kyogre, and … Continue reading Kyogre Cup now underway in Pokémon Rumble Rush

New Sky-High Rayquaza, Descend! event, Hoenn Pokémon, new update version 1.5.1 and more available now for Pokémon Rumble Rush

A new event in Pokémon Rumble Rush is called Sky-High Rayquaza, Descend!, which is now underway until April 15, 2020. Read on below to learn more: [Events] A new time-limited event is now live: Sky-High Rayquaza, Descend!. It features the following Pokémon: Rayquaza, Deoxys, Kyogre, and more (80 different species in total). It features the … Continue reading New Sky-High Rayquaza, Descend! event, Hoenn Pokémon, new update version 1.5.1 and more available now for Pokémon Rumble Rush

Mega Rayquaza and Dragon Ascent now banned from Pokémon VGC

The Play! Pokémon rules and regulations are periodically reviewed to maintain competitive balance in the Championship Series. The documents have been updated to reflect the latest review in summer 2019. Pokémon TCG and video game players and Professors are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the latest rules and regulations ahead of their next competition. According … Continue reading Mega Rayquaza and Dragon Ascent now banned from Pokémon VGC

Z-Moves officially return in the Pokémon Video Game Championships Moon Series

Z-Moves Return in the Pokémon Video Game Championships Moon Series The new year is bringing changes to the rules of official Pokémon video game tournament battles! Pokémon will again be permitted to hold Z-Crystals as battles shift to the Moon Series format on January 8, 2019. This change will go into effect at all Play! … Continue reading Z-Moves officially return in the Pokémon Video Game Championships Moon Series

Everything you need to know about the new Sun Series for the 2019 Pokémon Video Game Championships

Get Primed for Battles in the Sun Series! The 2019 Video Game Championship Series features the GS Cup format, where, alongside the usual rules, Trainers are permitted to use two of the powerful Legendary Pokémon typically prohibited from tournament play. This year, there'll be another twist—there will be three series throughout the season, each with different sets … Continue reading Everything you need to know about the new Sun Series for the 2019 Pokémon Video Game Championships

The 2019 Video Game Championships has officially kicked off with the Sun Series at the Pokémon Global Link

The 2019 Video Game Championships has been split up into three series, each featuring a slightly different rule set. The season has officially kicked off with the Sun Series, followed by the Moon Series and then the Ultra Series. In the Sun Series, not only will Rayquaza not be permitted to use Dragon Ascent, but … Continue reading The 2019 Video Game Championships has officially kicked off with the Sun Series at the Pokémon Global Link

Official details of all the new 2019 Video Game Championships formats

Get Ready for a Legendary Video Game Championships Season! Check out the full details of the new 2019 Video Game Championships formats. Major changes are on the way that will make the Video Game Championships more exciting than ever for the 2019 Championship Series season. Battles will be shifting to the GS Cup battling format … Continue reading Official details of all the new 2019 Video Game Championships formats

2019 Play Pokémon Video Game Championships Regulations detailed for new GS Cup, Sun Series, Moon Series and Ultra Series

At the 2018 Pokémon World Championships, The Pokémon Company has officially detailed the 2019 Video Game Championships Regulations for the new GS Cup, Sun Series, Moon Series and Ultra Series: GS Cup Players may use any Pokémon except for Mythical Pokémon and Ash-Greninja. They may include only two of the Restricted Pokémon, like Mewtwo, Groudon, … Continue reading 2019 Play Pokémon Video Game Championships Regulations detailed for new GS Cup, Sun Series, Moon Series and Ultra Series