“Pokemon Go” Added To 2022 Pokemon World Championship

It’s just been announced that Pokemon Go will be joining several other Pokemon titles in the upcoming 2022 Championship Circuit. It will be featured alongside Sword and Shield, the Pokken Tournament, and the classic trading card game at the upcoming 2022 World Championship.

Unlike the other Pokemon titles, competitive play in the Pokemon Go Championship series will only be open to players who have reached the Legend rank in the current season within the game’s PvP mode, which is set to end on November 29th. Those who achieve Legend rank will be able to register during a short period which will take place in the first few months of 2022. Once that window closes, trainers of any rank can then register for the remaining spots.

This will be the first Pokemon World Championship in two years, due to complications from COVID-19. Players attending Pokémon tournaments will be required to comply with Pokémon’s COVID-19 policies, which mandate that all participants be vaccinated.

To register for these events, competitors will need to link their Pokémon GO account to their Pokémon Trainer Club account, have a Play! Pokémon Player ID, and opt into the Play! Terms of Use.

(All information was provided by Dot Esports, Pokemon Go, and Pokemon)

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