2015 U.S. Pokemon National Championships Invades Indianapolis This Weekend

Monday, June 29th, 2015

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Pokemon National Championships Indy

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The annual United States Pokémon National Championships is once again being held in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Championships will take place from July 3rd to July 5th at the Indiana Convention Center. There is a both a championship for the video games and for the Pokémon Trading Card Game. There will be three divisions: The Masters Division, Senior Division, and Junior Division. Players from all over the country will come to Indianapolis this weekend to compete for prizes and for a chance to go to the Pokémon World Championships in Boston, Massachusetts at the end of August. This is the first year for Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire to be used in the National Championships. Pokémon X and Y were the two games used for the championships last year. For those of you who cannot come to the National Championships, there will be live broadcasts of both the card game and the video game on the official Pokémon Twitch channel. One of the commentators for the National Championships is the Pokémon guru and YouTube star, JWittz. For more details on registration and the National Championships schedule, visit the official website for everything you need to know for the event.

Do you plan to participate in the National Championships? Do you plan to watch them over Twitch? Have you been to the Pokémon National Championships in the past? Share your thoughts and experiences below.