The Pokémon GO team have announced two upcoming events for Pokémon GO for mid-January and early February. Hoenn will feature as part of the Countdown to Pokémon GO Tour: Kanto, while Roselia will be the featured Pokémon for February's Community Day.
The Pokémon Company International has today kicked off celebrations of the 25th anniversary of the Pokémon franchise with a live action retrospective video showcasing each generation of Pokémon to-date.
This week, The Pokémon Company announced has announced that they will be broadcasting new content on a regular weekly schedule on the official Pokémon Twitch channel, with content including Pokémon anime episodes and movies, as well as (re)broadcasts of Play! Pokémon tournaments. The schedule for each week will be announced on the official Pokémon Twitter account. In the past, the official Pokémon Twitch channel has been used primarily to broadcast Play! Pokémon organized events, while the anime has appeared as part of a number of Twitch Presents marathons. Moving forward, it's likely we'll see a broad range of content from TPC's back catalog being broadcast.
Every year, parks around Japan feature holiday season light displays that they refer to as "Illuminations".
One of the biggest illuminations, at Sagamiko's Pleasure Forest Theme Park, is to have an new addition this year, with the inclusion of a unique Pokémon Themed Section. The display uses the variety of landscaping at the park to feature a variety of Pokémon in their native habitats, including lakes and ponds, forests, and meadows.
The Pokémon Players Cup II online tournaments for VGC and TCG have been announced to take place from September to December 2020. There will be no Pokkén Tournament DX tournament for the Pokémon Players Cup II. Players who participate in the first qualifying events for VGC and TCG can become eligible to compete in the Region Qualifiers by earning a high enough rank at the end of the first qualifying competitions.
Pokémon TCG players will need to take part in tournaments during the qualifying period on the Pokémon TCG Online application. Players must have a Pokémon Trainer Club account and Player ID by September 21 at 10:00 a.m. PDT and need to have logged in to the Pokémon TCG Online application before that date to take part. Registered players will automatically have 50 Tournaments Keys sent to their Pokémon TCG Online account before...
A battle-ready East Sea Gastrodon is available in Pokémon Sword and Shield until August 23 at 14:59 UTC by using the universal serial code PJCS2019CHAMP. The code works in all versions of Pokémon Sword and Sword, regardless of region or language.
This Gastrodon is level 50, has the Ability Storm Drain, and holds an Expert Belt. It knows the moves Protect, Surf, Ice Beam, and Earth Power. It has a Quiet Nature. It has a fixed IVs, with 31 in HP, Defense, Special Attack, and Special Defense; 2 in Attack; and 0 in Speed. It has EVs, with 152 in HP, 94 in Defense, 252 in Special Attack, 12 in Special Defense, and 0 in every other stat.
It is in a Cherish Ball and has the Battle Champion Ribbon. It is Japanese in origin, regardless of the language of the game in which it is received. Its Original Trainer is カ・エール (Ka Ēru) with the Trainer ID number 200822.
A battle-ready Porygon2 is available in Pokémon Sword and Shield until August 31 by using the universal serial code PKMNPLAYERSCUP. The code works in all versions of Pokémon Sword and Sword, regardless of region or language.
This Porygon2 is level 50, has the Ability Download, and holds an Eviolite. It knows the moves Recover, Trick Room, Ice Beam, Thunderbolt. It has a Sassy Nature. It has a fixed IVs, with 31 in HP and 0 in Attack and Speed. It has 252 EVs in HP and Defense, 4 EVs in Special Defense, and 0 EVs in every other stat.
The code was revealed during the live-stream of the Pokémon Player's Cup.