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oprainfall | Pokémon Europe International Championships

 

Streaming details were today released for the Pokémon Europe International Championships. The premier competitive Pokémon event in Europe will be happening at the Estrel Berlin in Germany on April 26th through April 28th. The information pertaining to the streaming schedule released today covers competitions for Pokémon: Ultra Sun and Pokémon: Ultra Moon, as well as the Pokémon Trading Card Game, and Pokkén Tournament DX.

Each set of events will be on its own streaming channel on Twitch, and each channel will have the action analyzed and commentated by a panel of experts. Here are the three Twitch channels the streams will be on, based on which game the competitors are playing:

 

Here is a breakdown of the events for each of the three days of the event:

Friday, April 26, starting at 12:30 a.m. PDT:

  • Pokémon: Ultra Sun
  • Pokémon: Ultra Moon
  • Pokémon Trading Card Game

Saturday, April 27 starting at 12 a.m. PDT:

  • Pokémon: Ultra Sun
  • Pokémon: Ultra Moon
  • Pokkén Tournament DX
  • Pokémon Trading Card Game

Sunday, April 28 starting at 12 a.m. PDT:

  • Pokémon: Ultra Sun
  • Pokémon: Ultra Moon
  • Pokkén Tournament DX
  • Pokémon Trading Card Game

 

Today’s press release also announced the names of the experts who will be calling the shots for the matches of each game in the Pokémon Europe International Championships. They are listed below for each of the games the competitors will battle for supremacy in.

Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon battles:

  • Sebi Ernst
  • Markus Stadter
  • Labhaoisa Cromie
  • Adam Dorricott

Pokkén Tournament DX battles:

  • Michael “H2” Graf
  • Evan “Wonderchef” Hashimoto
  • Solomon “SolCalibre” Richard-Croffie

Pokémon Trading Card Game matches:

  • Kyle “Pooka” Sucevich
  • Nicholas Pearce
  • Jamie Serhan
  • Joe Bernard

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