Frequently Asked Questions
Pokémon Regional Championships are Premier events in which you can battle in Pokémon TCG, Video Game, or Pokémon GO Regional Championships. They take place all over the world. No qualifications or residency restrictions are needed to enter these events. Pokémon TCG players need to bring their own legal 60-card deck for the Standard format. Pokémon VGC players must bring their own game system and a legal Pokémon team. Pokémon GO players must have a legal Pokémon team on their GO account.
In order to participate, players must have a Pokémon Trainer Club account, stand in good standing with the Play! Pokémon program, and comply with the current Play! Pokémon COVID-19 Protocols for Premier events.
You can find more information on the official page.
Pokémon TCG players need to bring their own legal 60-card deck for the Standard format. Pokémon Video Game players must bring their own game system, their own Pokémon Scarlet or Pokémon Violet game, and a legal Pokémon team. Pokémon GO players must have a legal Pokémon team on their Pokémon GO account.
In order to participate, players must have a Pokémon Trainer Club account, be in good standing with the Play! Pokémon program, and comply with the current Play! Pokémon COVID-19 Protocols for Premier events.
In order to take part in the Regional Championship, you first need to register for the event. Most Regional Championships require online registration, and events may sell out. You can find more information on the official page.
The Play! Pokémon program divides players into tournament groups based on the year they were born. These groups are the Junior, Senior, and Masters Divisions. Whenever possible, players are paired with other players in the same age division. Prizes are typically awarded to the best players in each age division.
The age divisions for players in the 2023 season will increase by one year from the 2022 season:
- Junior Division: Born in 2011 or later
- Senior Division: Born in 2007, 2008, 2009, or 2010
- Masters Division: Born in 2006 or earlier
Parents should remain on site to keep track of their children and, of course, celebrate their play. Tournaments usually take several hours, so parents might want to bring a book or some other quiet activity to occupy their time. We encourage parents to build a deck and join the fun!
Please take a look at the official Parents Guide.
Guardians don’t need to book a separate ticket! When an underage player registers, a single spectator ticket for their guardian will be included. You will need to register for additional tickets.
Master: €60 / Junior: €40 / Senior: €40
Spectator tickets usually become available about a week after the player tickets.
There is a limited number available, based upon the capacity of the hall.
If you want to enter the hall, or play Side Events, you do require a spectator ticket registered in your name. Spectator tickets can only be obtained online, you can not register on-site. Spectator tickets are typically offered free of charge.
No, refunds are not allowed.
No, you can only get these when you attend the event.
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